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Assessing the Impacts of Changing Public Service Provision on Geographical Accessibility: an examination of public library provision in Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Public libraries make an important contribution to the wellbeing of local people often acting as community hubs by reducing the isolation felt by vulnerable members of society through promoting social interaction and supporting the wider needs of local communities. However,...
An evaluation of alternative measures of accessibility for investigating potential ‘deprivation amplification’ in service provision
Article in the Applied Geography journal.
The rise of impact in academia: repackaging a long-standing idea
Article in the journal British Politics .
Analysing Biographical Interviews: Welfare States, the Imperative to Work and Accounts of Redemptive Citizenship
The interview extract in this dataset is provided by Dr Helen Blakely from the Welsh Institute of Social and Economic Research Data and Methods, Cardiff University. The data are taken from a multi-method study, which examined the lives of a group of welfare-reliant single...
The experiences of participants in ESF funded training programmes
Article in the Welsh Economic Review journal.
Visual methodology in the political sciences: the case of young people and Brexit.
Film as a research method for collecting and analysing visual data has a long and rich history within the fields of anthropology and ethnography. This approach is less commonly used within the social sciences and still less within the political sciences. This paper goes some...
Talking Research Episode 2
The second in a series of podcasts entitled Talking Research, looking at various research methods. These podcasts are produced by WISERD and the Open University.
Talking Research Episode 3
The third in a series of podcasts entitled Talking Research, looking at various research methods.