Social Science research projects explore topics which include, but are not limited to, anthropology, business management, criminal justice, economics, gender parity, human geography, law, modern slavery, politics, psychology, warfare and defence.
As part of my Laidlaw Research Project I am carrying out research on body hair and racialized bullying of teenage girls in UK secondary schools, and how this interacts with the relationship between misogyny and racism.
Today is the start of my 3rd week of research.I have been meaning to blog about my research every week but i didn't. So here is what i have done in week 1 and lessons i learnt along the way.
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