Part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Victoria University of Wellington, you can expect to learn from us current analyses of how societies and cultures are formed, how they are governed, how they break down and how we might envisage new and viable future social and cultural systems.
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Shanna will be looking into New Zealands anti-human trafficking legislation and how helper organisations conceptualise commercial human trafficking. Read more about Shanna's research
Dr Russil Durrant specialises in criminal and forensic psychology. Russil’s current research interests include the psychology of punishment and evolutionary criminology. Read more about Russil
Fatimah Al-Attas recently returned to Malaysia for four months to study to the experience of couples with new mothers returning to work in Malaysia. Read more about Fatimah
Sociology offers you a chance to study changes in behaviour and social relationships in gender, class, ethnicity, families, social change, health, morality, politics, religion, sport, work and leisure, technology, cyberspace and much much more. Come and study Sociology! Read More
Expressions of interest are invited from university graduates to work part-time as tutors in undergraduate Anthropology, Criminology, Sociology and Social Policy courses in trimester 2 2015.
Morning teas encourage community and collegiality amongst the School of Social and Cultural Studies' postgraduate students. Read more about our postgraduate students
PhD Student Tanja Rother recently carried out fieldwork at Ōhiwa Harbour, a large tidal estuary situated between Ōpōtiki and Whakatāne in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. Read more about Tanja's fieldwork.