The Sociology teaching team in the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology have published the second edition of the annual Westminster Sociology Anthology.

The anthology showcases some of the innovative and outstanding work produced by their undergraduate dissertation students.

It was presented by course leader Dr Francis Ray White at this year’s graduation ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall. It comprises the work of final year students who have explored inner-city gentrification, the experiences of Islamophobia, pre-adolescent sexuality, cosmetic surgery, and the health experiences of African-Caribbean men.

Dr White explained: “We are incredibly proud of our graduating students. The Westminster Sociology Anthology brings together some really fascinating research that deserves to get a wider audience. It is distinctive of the kind of work our students produce in Sociology at Westminster: it is engaged creatively and passionately with contemporary social and cultural life, it challenges dominant ideas and develops new perspectives, and it is centrally concerned with issues of equality and social justice”.

Download the 2016 Westminster Sociology Anthology

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