- Research and Services
Research and Services
The University of Queensland's School of Social Science is one of the leading schools of social science in Australia and contains some of the strongest groups of researchers in anthropology, archaeology, criminology and sociology in the country. Their research is highly diverse and draws on a range of theoretical and methodological approaches from across the social sciences. Research themes include: Indigenous cultures and cultural heritage; archaeological science; life pathways and longitudinal studies; crime and social justice; urban neighbourhoods and housing; food, environment and development; health, wellbeing and lifecourse research; environment and community; globalisation, migration and culture; development and gender; and the Anthropology Museum and material culture studies.
The following pages include information about research areas as well as services and facilities provided by the School.
Services and Facilities
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