Mark Taylor




Mark is a sociologist with interests in social stratification and inequality, the sociology of culture, particularly music, and the life course, with methodological interests in survey research, social network analysis, and geographic information systems. Before arriving at Sheffield, Mark worked at the Universities of Manchester and York, and studied at Oxford, where he received his DPhil under the supervision of Tak Wing Chan.

He's affiliated to the large AHRC-funded project Understanding Everyday Participation: Articulating Cultural Values (PI Andrew Miles, Manchester) where he was previously a full-time researcher, to the ERC-funded project Music, Digitisation, Mediation: Towards Interdisciplinary Music Studies (PI Georgina Born, Oxford), and he's a co-investigator on the AHRC-funded project Connecting Epistemologies: Methods and Early Career Researchers in the Connected Communities Programme (PI Dave O'Brien, City).

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