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Multiple Justiciable Problems: Common Clusters and Their Social and Demographic Indicators
Justiciable problems do not always occur in isolation. However, little empirical research has examined multiple problems in depth by identifying common clusters of problems, their extent, and thoseExpand
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Civil law problems and morbidity
Study objective: In the United Kingdom, recognition of the links between social and health problems has led to government initiatives such as health action zones. The principles of civil law apply toExpand
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Causes of Action: First Findings of the LSRC Periodic Survey
In this paper we report some of the first findings of the LSRC periodic survey of justiciable problems. We confirm the prevalence of justiciable problems amongst the general population. We identifyExpand
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Lone Parents and Civil Law: Their Experience of Problems and Their Advice‐seeking Behaviour
The percentage of dependent children living in lone-parent families has more than tripled in Britain over the last 30 years. Though there is much diversity within this lone-parent population, thereExpand
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A Qualitative Exploration of the Attitudes and Experiences of Polish Breastfeeding Mothers in Ireland.
BACKGROUND Breastfeeding rates in Ireland are among the lowest in the world. Improving the prevalence of breastfeeding is an objective of the Irish Health Service Executive, with the recognition thatExpand
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The experience of clinical negligence within the general population
publish original research papers. The editorial committee has considered that the journal should concentrate on providing succinct overviews of relevant research or reflections on research findings,Expand
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Institutional Racism and Civil Justice
This article investigates the utility of the term ‘institutional racism’, using a study of the experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic [BME] people within the civil justice ‘system’ in England andExpand
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