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Liberation social psychology: learning from Latin America
Liberation Social Psychology (la psicologia social de la liberacion, LSP) has developed amongst a body of psychologists in Latin America over the last decade. There has been no survey of the field inExpand
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Dual-Earner Parents With Disabled Children
Family strategies for caregiving and income generation are examined in a qualitative study of employed parents of disabled children in the United Kingdom. Four family patterns for working and caringExpand
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Decoding Valuing People
Government policy frameworks on the support of disabled people can often be difficult to ‘read’, as they contain contradictory elements that simultaneously support and confront social processes thatExpand
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British South Asian women managers and professionals: experiences of work and family
Even though an increasing number of British South Asian women have moved into paid employment over the years as a reflection of social and cultural mobility and change, their work‐family experiencesExpand
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Critical Community Psychology
Critical Community Psychology is written by a group of academic community psychologists with many years of experience working, teaching and thinking together. They have developed a clear andExpand
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The internet, empowerment, and identity: an exploration of participation by refugee women in a Community Internet Project (CIP) in the United Kingdom (UK)
This article considers the relationship between the Internet, empowerment, identity, and participation; and focuses on refugee women in the United Kingdom (UK) participating in a Community InternetExpand
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Systemic evaluation: a participative, multi-method approach
This paper presents some new ideas on systemic evaluation developed in the context of a project to support capacity building for the evaluation of community health services. Expand
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Eudaimonic well-being and community arts participation
Aims: This article considers eudaimonic models of psychological well-being in relation to qualitative data previously gathered as part of Manchester Metropolitan University’s Invest to Save Arts inExpand
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Consultation and Participation with Children in Healthy Schools: Choice, Conflict and Context
In this paper we report on our use of a participatory research methodology to consult with children in the UK on how to improve pupil well-being in secondary schools, framed within the wider socialExpand
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Community Psychology in Britain
Community Psychology in Britain can appear to be relatively underdeveloped in comparison to that in other regions. Some reasons for this have been examined elsewhere in an article subtitled "Why thisExpand
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