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Streamed live on Mar 5, 2014
Robin Hadley a PhD student from Keele University in the UK. Robin's thesis is about the experiences of childless men. His work has attracted a lot of media attention. Robin spoke with Sociology at Work about the policy applications of his thesis, and he gave some practical tips for students looking to engage the media about their research.
You can read more about Robin's PhD research from his website: www.wantedtobeadad.com Learn more about Robin from his Keele University profile: http://bit.ly/194quoN Read his research article "Involuntarily childless men and the desire for fatherhood." http://bit.ly/1d1LVLb An example of Robin's media outreach on The Telegraph 'Men 'just as broody as women', study suggests'. http://bit.ly/179NLSD and Robin's own writing for the media: 'I know all about broody men who long to be dads. I am one': http://bit.ly/17IB8Bq Catch Robin on Twitter: @robinhadley1
This video has been produced by Dr Zuleyka Zevallos, the manager of Sociology at Work. Zuleyka works as research & social media consultant with Social Science Insights, where she also writes about applied social science: http://socialscienceinsights.com/ Twitter: @SocialScienceIn. Zuleyka also writes about sociology and social justice on http://othersociologist.com/ Chat with Zuleyka on Twitter: @OtherSociology.