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Aleš Kudrnáč is a political scientist currently investigating the prejudice in adolescence.
My research concerns prejudice and immigration attitudes, and how such attitudes develop in different political and social contexts.
My research investigates processes linking labour market inequalities, family life and wellbeing using methods for causal inference.
My research focuses on how and why social movements influence society and policies as well as how and why young people practice politics by merging boundaries between the state and society.
I am associate professor in Sociology and works as head the department at Umeå Centre for Gender studies. My research interests involves gender- organization and leadership theory.
I am an associate professor of sociology (docent) and a director of studies at the Department of Sociology. My research mainly concerns the labor market and working life.
Associate professor in Sociology
I am a doctoral student in digital sociology. My research is about how political parties interplay with digital activism on social media.
I am a researcher at the Department of Sociology. My current research mainly focuses on public beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors in relation to the environment and climate change.
I am Professor of Sociology. My main areas of interest are comparative political sociology and stratification. I am heading the Swedish part of the International Social Survey Program (ISSP).
Postdoc in Sociology with background in Medical Anthropology, Epidemiology & Global Health. Interested in social network research and the construction of vulnerabilities across the adult life course.
I am a Senior Researcher and Associated Professor in Sociology. My current research interest include social inequalities over the life course.
I coordinate the research infrastructures within the national consortium CORS. My job involves research communication, operational planning and follow-up.
I work as an Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the Department of Sociology
I am a PhD student at the Industrial Doctoral School.
I am a comparative political sociologist who studies environmental policy and politics, economic globalization, trust, and social science research methods—and the relationships among them.
Associate Professor of psychology. Research: Anti-immigrant attitudes, diversity, empathy, cross-ethnic friendships, political activism. Social contexts (family, friends, school) in youth development.
I have a PhD in sociology. My research explores how far-right discourse are expressed and spread in everyday settings and among “ordinary” users online.
I am an associate professor in the Department of Sociology. My research interests lie broadly in political sociology, with an emphasis on immigration, nationalism, and the welfare state.
I research sociopolitical attitudes about the Swedish welfare state (including comparative research). Other interests include gender, white-collar crime and values and personality.
I'm a professor in Sociology and deputy head of the department. My research generally concerns attitudes and more specifically prejudice and nationalism.
I am interested in the ways in which individuals create cultures of resistance and subordination. My research integrates environmental labour studies and gender studies.
I have been a Ph.D candidate since autumn 2018. My research focuses on the effect of education on prejudice (mainly attitudes towards ethnic minorities).
I am an interdisciplinary researcher specializing in digital and cultural sociology. My research interests centre on social movements, collective memory, cultural heritage and digital media.
Postdoctor in medical sociology, who are doing research about how shame and guilt influence self-management, and how eHealth can be used as a support for patients with COPD.
My research is about politics, power, and resistance at the intersection of society and digital technologies.
My research concerns social inequality in general and in relation to race, place and gender specifically.