Families, Relationships and Societies David Morgan Prize
Announcing the 2022 winners of the David Morgan Prize
We are delighted to announce that the winners of the second annual David Morgan Prize are Jesper Andreasson and Marcus Herz for their article 'Family practices, deportability and administrative violence: an ethnographic study on asylum seekers’ family life in the Swedish migration context'.
We would also like to give an honourable mention to the following articles, which are free to access until the 31 January 2023
Faithfulness without sexual exclusivity: gendered interpretations of faithfulness in rural south-western Uganda, and implications for HIV prevention programmes
Dominic Bukenya, Billy N. Mayanja, Elizabeth A. Sully and Janet Seeley
Creating online participatory research spaces: insights from creative, digitally mediated research with children during the COVID-19 pandemic
Helen Lomax, Kate Smith, Jo McEvoy, Eleanor Brickwood, Katherine Jensen and Belinda Walsh
About the prize
To mark the tenth anniversary of Families, Relationships and Societies (FRS) in 2021, the journal launched an annual prize to recognize the outstanding contributions made to FRS.
The prize was created in memory of David Morgan, former president of the British Sociological Association (BSA), and past member of the FRS editorial team.
A panel involving Editorial Board members judges research articles published in a journal issue during 2022 on the following criteria:
- Originality: a novel contribution to the field of families and relationships
- Significance: the work is likely to exert influence within its field of study
- Demonstrates rigorous social science methods and theory: uses compelling evidence to argue its case
£100-worth of Policy Press/Bristol University Press books will be awarded to the winner and their paper will be promoted widely.