Lynn Jamieson, David Morgan, Graham Crow and Graham Allan
Lynn Jamieson is a Professor in the subject group of Sociology at the University of Edinburgh and a co-director of the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, a consortium across a number of Scottish universities. Her research mainly focuses on personal relationships and social change. Current projects include researching sexual offence trials, solo-living and children’s experience of household change. She is co-editor of the Palgrave Studies in Family Sociology book series.
Dept of Sociology
University of Edinburgh
18 Buccleuch Place
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
David Morgan is a visiting Professor in the School of Social Relations at Keele University. He is also Professor Emeritus at University of Manchester and Professor “2” at NTNU, Trondheim. His main research interests are in the areas of family and relationships studies, men and masculinities, and auto/biographical studies. Recent projects include Transitions in Context: Leaving Home, Independence & Adulthood, Polity Press with Clare Holdsworth He is co-editor of the Palgrave Studies in Family Sociology book series.
Dept of Sociology
University of Manchester
Coupland II Building
Oxford Road, Gt Manchester
Graham Crow is Professor of Sociology at the University of Southampton where he is Deputy Director of the National Centre for Research Methods. He is also co-editor (with Catherine Pope) of the journal Sociology. His research interests include the sociology of family and community relationships, comparative sociology, sociological theory and research methods.
Dept of Sociology & Social Policy
University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom
Graham Allan is currently Visiting Professor in Family Studies at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. He is also Professor of Sociology at the University of Keele. His research has focused principally on the sociology of informal relationships, including friendships, family ties, and community sociology. He is co-editor of the Palgrave Studies in Family Sociology book series and is one of the Advisory Editors for George Ritzer’s forthcoming Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology.