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22 October 2020

Sociology is a hugely broad subject – you can research anything from class and gender, to crime, globalisation and much more! This means there is a lot of resources out there for us students to get through, and here I have put together a shortlist of some of my favourite books and online resources. Read more…

11 June 2020

As I’ve been on this journey as a student, I’ve realised that skipping breakfast and then having a two-hour lecture on crime at 9am probably isn’t the best idea… but you probably knew that anyway. However I have come across a few tips and tricks to be able to eat healthily on a budget and trust me… Read more…

31 March 2020

I graduated from the BA (Hons) History at ARU in 2016. I am about to finish my distance learning Archives and Records Management MLitt with the University of Dundee, and I am also working full-time as a Records Officer with Surrey Police. Read more…

3 March 2020

As a second year student, I’m currently in this weird part of my studies where I need to start thinking about future careers, work experience, building my CV – basically, where do I want my degree in sociology to take me? Read more…

24 February 2020

Throughout February ARU has been celebrating the history of the LGBT+ community. There have been loads of fun events and campaigns to celebrate everything bright, and of course, everything rainbow! Read more…

17 January 2020

Studying sociology at ARU has allowed me to see the world in a different perspective, and given me the ability to critically analyse theories and concepts. The modules I study vary, and this semester has had some of my favourite ones. Read more…

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