Blog Award

BSC Blog of the Year Award – 2020

It is with pleasure that we announce the winner of the ‘Blog of the Year Award 2020’ to the best article published on our Blog during that calendar year: and what a year that was.

Violence in our Cities’ (published in August 2020), a collaborative blog written by Luke Billingham, Elizabeth Cook, Anthony Ellis and Keir Irwin-Rogers.

A range of judges assessed all the 2020 blogs and this was seen as having contemporary interest, and highlighting the connections between research, policy and practice, whilst written in a lively and interesting manner, making criminological points in an accessible manner.

The prize, provided by SAGE Publishers, is a copy of each of these books:

Blogging for Educators: Writing for Professional Learning by Starr Sackstein

What Do We Know and What Should We Do About Social Mobility? by Lee Elliot Major and Stephen Machin

Our thanks go to everyone at SAGE for the generous support of this award.

SAGE


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BSC Blog of the Year Award – 2018

It is with great pleasure that we can inform you of the winner of the BSC Blogger of the Year 2018.

Dr Lambros Fatsis, Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Southampton, is awarded this in recognition of his article ‘Policing Black Culture One Beat at a Time’, which was published in August 2018.

Lambros wins the following books:

Communicating Your Research with Social Media

Social Media for Academics

Our thanks go to everyone at SAGE for the generous support of this award.

SAGE