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Towards a post-disciplinary understanding of global poverty

Dr Philippa Bevan | Sociology | 01 October 2002

The reduction of global poverty has become a key aim of international development policy and a major focus for development-related social science research. It is increasingly accepted that poverty is a multi-dimensional phenomenon, and that, for poli ...

Working with youth prostitution: a database

Jo Phoenix | Social Policy | 01 September 2002

This aim of this research project is to provide service providers, policy writers, academics and other interested parties with a searchable, update-able, electronic database of all the agenices, organisations and projects that work with or for young ...

Children, poverty and social policy; a child-centred approach

Professor Tess Ridge | Social Policy | 01 January 2002

This research programme will develop a child-centred approach to understanding childhood poverty and the impact of social policy on childrens lives. As subjects and citizens in thier own right, children have remained largely absent from public policy ...

The social experience of transition to school: learning and health outcomes

Dr Julie Turner-Cobb | Psychology | 01 December 2003

This longitudinal project examined the link between social regulation of stress to learning and health outcomes, in a sample of 105 children due to start their first year of formal schooling. Assessments were conducted six months prior to starting sc ...

Govanhill community engagement

Professor David Miller | 01 March 2012

This one year project starts from the premise that sharing research with groups at a community level is a requirement for adequate knowledge exchange. To facilitate this process, a research and information network will be established, the network wil ...

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