Centre for Citizenship, Conflict, Identity and Diversity

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Founded in 2009, the Centre for Citizenship, Conflict, Identity and Diversity (CCID - formerly the Centre for Research in the Social Sciences) is at the forefront of social science research within the University and beyond. 

CCID provides a central 'hub' for multi-disciplinary research and teaching, drawing together researchers from a variety of backgrounds across the Social Sciences. Our philosophy is: 'Making a difference in the real world'.

Our key aims:

- To produce high quality research, with an emphasis on the application of theoretical perspectives to the real world, the use of innovative methodologies, and the critical examination of policy and practice. 

- To inform and influence public issues through the production and dissemination of research that is applicable to a wide range of research users, in particular policy makers, service users and service providers. 

- To provide research-led and critically relevant teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate students across the social sciences.

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masculinity Social Sciences
gender Social Sciences
narrative Social Sciences
sexuality Social Sciences
experience Social Sciences
imprisonment Social Sciences
community Social Sciences
politics Social Sciences

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Research Output 1996 2019

Book Review: Steven Roberts, Young Working-Class Men in Transition

Hearn, J., 9 May 2019, In : Sociology.

Research output: Contribution to journalBook/Film/Dance Article review

Choice and control in social care: Experiences of older self-funders in England

Baxter, K., Heavey, E. & Birks, Y., 5 Aug 2019, In : Social Policy and Administration. 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
social capital
qualitative interview

Financial advice for funding later life care: A scoping review of evidence from England

Heavey, E., Baxter, K. & Birks, Y., 21 Feb 2019, In : Journal of Long-Term Care. p. 51-65 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
financial planning

Projects 2015 2018

From Savile to 'sex gangs': What we've learnt

Woodiwiss, J.


Project: ResearchResearch Council - AHRC

EUCIT: EU Intersex Citizenship

Monro, S., Yeadon-Lee, T. & Crocetti, D.


Project: ResearchEU Government

Activities 1994 2019

Young women’s feminist activism and the politics of difference: ‘I was instinctively aware that all of those girls were being called names’

Grainne McMahon (Speaker)
24 Apr 201926 Apr 2019

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

Universities of Terror? The Prevent Duty in Higher Education

Shaun McDaid (Invited speaker), Catherine McGlynn (Invited speaker)
28 Feb 2019

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

GLQ (Journal)

Surya Monro (Reviewer)
15 Mar 201920 Apr 2019

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work typesPublication Peer-review