Love, Grief, and Hope: Emotional responses to death and dying in the UK
Madeleine Pennington and Nathan Mladin’s report examining emotional responses to death and dying in the UK. 27/11/2023
Hannah Waite and Nick Spencer’s briefing paper on the correlation between gender and views on Science and Religion. 14/12/2022
The science and religion conversation has been shaped, sometimes even dominated, by men, with more men writing and publishing in this area than women. This can risk distorting the debate and there is little public opinion research regarding how men and women view science and religion differently. This briefing paper draws on new quantitative data to see if this is the case. The paper highlights that gender plays a significant part in how the public understand the in/compatibility of science and religion and offers an exciting new dimension of research.
The topics are drawn from the research project Science and religion: reframing the conversation, undertaken by Theos and The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion.
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Hannah joined Theos in 2019. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Counselling and a PhD in Practical Theology both from the University of Aberdeen. She is particularly interested in mental health, disability and theology and was a founding member and community developer of Friendship House Aberdeen, a movement towards creating an inclusive community for adults with and without disability. She is working on Theos’ Religion and Science project.
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