Rapid Response: The Social and Political Implications of the UK Election Contest

Tuesday 25th April, 2017

The Sociological Review is seeking short blogposts (750-1500 words) reflecting on the social and political implications of the UK election contest and its outcomes. We are looking for contributions that take a distinctly sociological approach to the election, the campaign and its aftermath. Themes could include:

  • The implications for housing
  • The future of the welfare state
  • Racism
  • Regional identities and inequalities
  • Migration and xenophobia
  • The role of the media
  • Brexit, nationalisms and the future of the UK
  • Generational politics & impact on young people

Please consult our guidelines for information about style and formatting and contact socialmedia@thesociologicalreview.com to propose a contribution. 

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