This post presents early findings from the Childcare and Wellbeing in Times of COVID-19 project which combines comprehensive secondary data analysis with in-depth qualitative interviews and co-production activities to understand the impact of COVID-19 on families’ childcare arrangements and wellbeing.
Sarah Christison explores how relatives' attitudes towards care home visiting restrictions have evolved over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the potential implications for future public health policy in Scotland.
In our article, ‘Anxious women or complacent men? Examining statistics anxiety in UK sociology undergraduates’, we wanted to revisit the core demographic variables of age and sex to examine their association with reported anxiety of statistics.
Bringing together social scientists and computer scientists with the aim of developing our research and data handling practices to promote increased transparency and reproducibility in our work