Category: Blog

Scholarship for Non-Academic Sociologists in Australia

  If you’re an applied sociologist from Australia, please don’t forget about the upcoming deadline for the Sociologists Outside Academia Scholarship being offered by The Australian Sociological Association (TASA). The scholarship will provide free registration to the Annual Conference. The deadline is 13th of…

Issue Spotlight: World Refugee Day 20 June 2010

World Refugee Day is on Sunday the 20th of June. Please consider getting involved, even if it is just becoming a little more aware about the plight of the 43 million asylum seekers living under extremely difficult circumstances, or by spreading awareness among your…

Request for resources on content analysis of websites

If you have any references or resources on conducting content analysis of websites, please get in contact with us. One of our Sociology At Work Facebook members has an urgent need for help on this topic. Please email us.

Conference Funding for Australian Applied Sociologists

The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) is offering a scholarship scheme for applied sociologists to attend the annual conference.The prize includes free registration to the conference and a certificate. Applicants must submit a paper to the refereed proceedings and be a member of TASA. If…

Link for Qualified Market Researchers

Here is a new link provided by one of our members, Anthony Hogan: The Qualified Practising Market Researcher (QPMR) is a professional organisation providing an accreditation scheme for market and social researchers in Australia. The QPMR demonstrates industry experience, continuous professional development and education,…

Report on Child Poverty and Child Well-Being in the European Union

This study was carried out by the TÁRKI Social Research Institute (Budapest), in collaboration with Applica (Brussels), with contributions from the European Centre. This study aims to develop integrated policies to address child poverty and wellbeing across the European Union.

Mentorship program for Australian sociology students

The Australian Sociology Association invites professional sociologists to join a mentorship program for sociology students at the Honours, Masters or PhD levels. This is an important initiative for non-academic sociologists to become involved in if they are able, as students seldom get exposure to…