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Poor places, powerful people? Co-producing cultural counter-representations of place

This paper considers the ethical aspects of co-producing visual representations of communities experiencing economic deprivation. It focuses on one of five case studies that are part of a UK-wide research project that is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The research broadly aims to explore how arts-based approaches can enable communities to express…

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Knowledge of the everyday: Confronting the causes of health inequalities

This chapter challenges the dearth of sociological and political analysis within the health inequalities field, which, the authors argue, is facilitating the current behavioural bias of research, arguing that health inequalities researchers need to pay more attention to the voices of those whose health is most severely affected by inequalities in power and resources. Second,…

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Devolution, evolution and expectation: health impact assessment in Wales

This chapter describes the Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit (WHIASU) and the evolution of HIA in the context of Wales as a devolved nation with its particular approach to public health. The character of WHIASU can only properly be understood in terms of its history and the wider social, policy, and political context of…

The 2009 European Social Fund Leavers Survey

The two ESF Operational Programmes which are benefiting Wales for the Programming period 2007 – 2013 are together providing a little over £1.2 billion1 of investment, with almost 90% of this channelled through for the West Wales and the Valleys Convergence Programme2. In total, they are expected to provide support to almost 300,000 individual participants…