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Paul James Kemeny

educator , sociologist

Paul James Kemeny was British sociologist, educator. Member of British Sociological Association.

Background

Kemeny, Paul James was born on September 6, 1942 in London, England. Son of Zoltan and Maria Kemeny.

Education

Bachelor Sociology, U Leicester, England, 1964. Master of Arts Sociology, U.Sheffield, England, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy Sociology, Gothenburg University, Sweden, 1976.

Career

Assistant lecturer sociology Aberystwyth, UCW, England, 1966—1967. Lecturer in sociology Aberdeen University, United Kingdom, 1967—1971. Teaching associate Minnesota University, Minneapolis, 1971—1972.

Senior lecturer political sociology Adelaide University, Australia, 1975—1979. Senior research fellow Birmingham University, United Kingdom, 1979—1982, Swedish National Building Research, Gävle, Sweden, 1982—1994. Reader sociology Plymouth University, England, 1994—1996.

Professor sociology Uppsala University, Sweden, 1996—2004.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Housing and Social Theory. Research in Third Way Integrated Rental Markets. Research in Social Constructionism in Housing Research.

    Research in Founder Editor of Housing, Theory and Society, 1998-2004. Research in Editor of Scandinavian Housing and Planning Research, 1996-1998. Research in Member of International Advisory Board of Learned Journal: Housing Studies, 1986-2002.

Membership

Member of British Sociological Association.

Connections

Married Kerstin Elisabeth Franzen, March 26, 1971. Children: Martin Jens, Paul Jens.

father:
Zoltan Kemeny

mother:
Maria Kemeny

spouse:
Kerstin Elisabeth Franzen

children:
Martin Jens Kemeny

Paul Jens Kemeny