We offer a lively and collaborative research environment and a strong international research profile. The department, founded in 1954, is especially competitive in the areas of cultural sociology, demography, ethnicity and migration, gender, family sociology, political sociology, social policy regimes, social networks, and social stratification.
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Research should not be seen as individual truths, but as an ongoing conversation and a piece in the puzzle that contributes to the whole. The value lies in the complicated, completed picture, says Martin Hällsten, Professor of sociology.