Unpacking discursive constructions of social value in Wales and England; Peas in a pod or chalk and cheese? And does it really matter?
27th November 2018 | 12 noon - 1:00 pm
WISERD, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff, CF10 3BB, United Kingdom
Presented by Christala Sophocleous, Cardiff University This seminar is part of the Cardiff WISERD Lunchtime Seminar series. If you are an external guest, please contact us (029 2087 9338) to confirm availability of places. For further information please contact WISERD.Events@cardiff.ac.uk Drawing on her analysis of Senedd and Parliamentary records and, key governmental policy documents, Christala Sophocleous considers the continuities and disjunctions in national discourses of social value. The use of the term social value has grown significantly since the late 1990s and is now a key concept in public policy, particularly favoured by governments when discussing third sector and civil society. Christala will explore changing conceptual framings of social value and consider what these differences might mean for our understanding of civil society.