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Why does Laurie Taylor think sociology is important? What advice does he have for our students? In this series of videos the Thinking Allowed host answers questions on social sciences.
Laurie Taylor offers advice to those studying a distance-based degree in this short video.
Laurie Taylor, Radio 4 presenter and former professor of Sociology at York, gives advice to those starting a degree in Social Sciences.
In this short video, Laurie Taylor mulls over the key trends that have occured during his lifetime in the field of sociology.
Laurie Taylor explores why he thinks criminology is growing in popularity in the world of social sciences in this video.
Social Sciences student, David Sutton asked Laurie Taylor: "Why is there such a gap between politics/policy and academic findings and what can do be done about it?"
OU Social Science student, David Stutton, asked Laurie Taylor why Thinking Allowed no longer featured in the programmes?
Laurie Taylor tells us why he think sociology is important in this video interview.
Why does Thinking Allowed (in partnership with the British Sociological Association) support the Ethnography Awards? Laurie Taylor responds to this question.
In this interview with Laurie Taylor, he answers a question on how there are always such varied topics on Thinking Allowed.
In this short video, Laurie Taylor, presenter of Thinking Allowed and sociology professor, explains why he wanted to host the BBC Radio 4 show.
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