• Publications
  • Influence
Weaning practices.
  • L. Ross
  • Medicine
  • Journal of nurse-midwifery
  • 1981
Escaping a Silent World: Profound Hearing Loss, Cochlear Implants and Household Interaction
For some people with profound hearing loss, cochlear implants offer a way back to patterns of communication that most of us take for granted. Travel, shopping and work contexts are largely dependenExpand
Partners in Evaluation: Modelling Quality in Partnership Projects
The concept of partnership as a way of describing relationships between public, private and voluntary agencies can take many forms. The evaluation of quality in the delivery of services by theseExpand
Policy and Power: The Impact of the Internet on the Younger Generation in South Korea
South Korea is a leading country in the use of computers and broadband. The paper will show how young Koreans, who have been brought up within a hierarchical, family focused society, now find thatExpand
Developing service user involvement in the South Korean disability services: lessons from the experience of community care policy and practice in UK.
  • Y. Kim, L. Ross
  • Business, Medicine
  • Health & social care in the community
  • 6 December 2007
In a society where there is a shortage of services and a provider-orientated delivery system where most services are delivered by voluntary organisations, more public services are needed and a 'democratic' rather than a consumerist approach to user involvement is required. Expand
Perceived barriers to full participation by general practitioners in the child protection process: preliminary conclusions from focus group discussions in West Midlands, UK
Focus group discussions were undertaken amongst five primary health care teams in the West Midlands in order to explore and define issues relevant to the participation by general practitioners in theExpand
Modernizing times: UK hearing-impaired consumers at the policy crossroads
Although there is now a long-standing belief in the UK that free consumer choice improves market efficiency, the supply of some consumer products and services remained controlled by the state. In theExpand
We were Catalysts for Change …
  • L. Ross
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Journal of lesbian studies
  • 13 October 2009
In rapidly changing times, many groups founder and ALM, with its combination of political and social aims, was no exception; this analysis of the ALM is supported. Expand
Broadcasting cookery: BBC radio programmes in the 1920s and 1930s
The development of British radio broadcasting technology in the 1920s and 1930s and,equally importantly, the progressively widespread purchase and use of radio setsestablished a new platform from wExpand