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DR. BRIAN MCDONOUGH



Expert Voice:

Brian discusses the differences between online and face-face communication and mediating technologies such as distant learning.





Profile

My name is Dr Brian McDonough and I’m Course Leaser of Sociology BA at Solent University, UK. I lead a number of modules including social inequalities, the sociological imagination, and researching the Social World. I’ve published work on expertise and the use of technology at work, including an article and book on flying aeroplanes and using auto-pilot technology, as well as a book on Universal Basic Income (UBI). In the UK, I’m a Senior Fellow for the Higher Education Academy, having supported my course team in the use of new learning and teaching methods and technologies. I’m also a member of the British Sociological Association.

Recent publications:

McDonough, B (2018) the Hands Have It, in Qualitative Research: 

McDonough, B and Bustillos Morales, J (2020) Universal Basic Income. Routledge:

McDonough, B (2021) Flying Aeroplanes and other Sociological Tales. London: Routledge: