12 noon - 6pm BST

Wednesday 18 May 2022

Summer Showcase: "Communities" - A Dialogues showcase event from Surrey Sociology

On Wednesday 18 May, Surrey Sociology hosts its hybrid Summer Showcase event themed around "communities". The half day event which will take place at the 5G/6G Innovation Centre, and include remote joining options as well as a range of internal and external speakers - each speaker taking their own unique approach to communities as they speak about their work in sociology, criminology and communications.


5G/6G Innovation Centre
University of Surrey
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Surrey Sociology Presents…

Dialogues: A Summer Showcase on Communities…

18th May, 2022, 1230 pm onwards at the 5G centre


1230 to 1320: Lunch

1320: Welcome from Head of Department Prof Andy King

1330 to 3 pm: Keynote Panel: Communities: Complexity and Change

  • Eleanor Formby: LGBT+ ‘communities’ and implications for LGBT+ relationships
  • Roos Pijpers: The complexities of implementing LGBTI inclusivity schemes in housing and care: aligning knowledges, overcoming opposition and constructing in- and exclusion 
  • Anna Tarrant: Strategies for establishing and sustaining dialogues with diverse communities: an example of cocreation with young fathers and the professional workforce

3:00-400: Panel 1 – Chair: Karen Bullock

  • Alex Penn and Nigel Gilbert: Participatory systems mapping and its uses for understanding complex social and policy systems
  • Kavin NarasimhanData, Computational Modelling and Knowledge Co-production for and with Communities
  • Christine Hine: Ethics as community responsibility in the development and use of smart care
  • Rachel Brooks and Jihyun Lee: Students, communities and belonging: an investigation of student experience across six European countries

4:00 to 4: 15: Tea and cake

4:15 to 530: Panel 2 – Chair: Paul Hodkinson

  • Ellen Harris: Young women and the meaning of pornography
  • Giulia BerlusconiBuying sex online: A study of an online community of men who pay for sex in England and Wales
  • Adnan Mouhiddin: The legitimacy of community crime prevention among the Syrian Youth: Southern criminology perspectives.
  • Emily SettyParental perspectives on young people’s socio-sexual development: Implications for the role of parents as ‘sex educators’ for their children

530 pm: Closing remarks: Prof Rob Meadows, Director of Research


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