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Welcome to Sociology Daily. Sociology Daily is a Professional Blogging Platform. Here we will provide you interesting sociological content, which you will like very much.

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Sociology Daily founded in 2020 by Asif Ahmed Chowdhury. It has come a long way from its beginnings in Chittagong, Bangladesh. When Mr. Asif first started out, his passion for Sociology Daily drove him to do tons of research.

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About the Authors

Asif Ahmed Chowdhury

Asif Ahmed Chowdhury, the founding author of Sociology Daily, born and brought up in Chittagong, the port city of Bangladesh. Chowdhury graduated from the University of Chittagong with a post-graduation in Sociology. His research interests focus on sustainable development, social inequality, religious sociology, gender-based violence, protection of children and education policy. Chowdhury has already published several articles in internationally recognized journals. Now according to the research interest, this young social researcher continues his study and research.

Zaziratul Zannat

My passion for a career in the health sector led me to pursue a B.Sc degree in Public Health with a minor in Development Studies at the Asian University for Women. My undergraduate module on public health challenges inspired me to pursue my interest in this area and consider a Master degree in public health at BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health. 

Being a Public Health scholar, I have a fascination towards research. I have completed two summer research projects with my teammates. My first research was on “Food and Nutrition Demand among children in Slum Areas” and the second one was on “Rape: Breaking the Silence of Myth”; I have also worked as a research assistant on “Risk Factors of Hepatitis B, C among Rohingya Community in Bangladesh” where I got insights on health practices in the Rohingya camps. I am particularly interested in reproductive health so I conducted my individual project on “Causes and Complications of Cesarean Delivery in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh” as my bachelor senior thesis. In my Master’s I explored a qualitative study titled “Gaps and Challenges of Cross Border Trafficking in Jessore, Bangladesh” which gave me a new insight of research. Working on these empirical research projects with underprivileged and marginalized populations in Bangladesh I became interested in areas such as in food waste management and WASH projects. I hope to investigate these concepts in future and contribute to society through my findings.  

However, as part of my research, I got to know that donors were taking various steps to make the condition better of underprivileged and marginalized populations. But, awareness on the value and usage of what was being given to them was lacking. Building awareness at both levels, donor countries and the people that are using the donations, is a critical component for sustainable development. I aspire to work in advocacy and researcher for international non-governmental or intergovernmental organizations such as UN bodies to act as the bridge between these two groups with the right tools and training to be able to work towards an equal society. Gaining more professional experience, I want to help the people in my society by becoming a voice of hope and change.

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