Recent Submissions

  • British Muslims’ discourse of belonging and conflict 

    Anjum, Saliha; McVittie, Chris; McKinlay, Andy (Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines, 2019)
    According to the 2011 UK Census, Muslims form the second largest religious community in Britain. The relationship of this community to British society more generally has come under much scrutiny. The current study focused ...
  • The “problem” of participation in cultural policy 

    Stevenson, David (Routledge, 2019)
    The need to increase recorded rates of cultural participation has become a recurring trope within cultural policy discourse. Internationally governments have commissioned research to measure who takes part in different ...
  • Children’s social appraisal of exclusion in friendship groups 

    Jones, Sian; Rutland, Adam (Springer, 2019-05-16)
    Previous research has shown that group processes are particularly pertinent to children’s bullying, and who they socially exclude and include. This paper looks at how children’s responses to social exclusion change according ...
  • Cheeky little monkeys: Emancipation and art in regards to education versus participation 

    Schrag, Anthony (Engage: The National Association for Gallery Education, 2019-05)
    The inception of the Social Exclusion Unit in 1997 by the recently elected New Labour government saw participatory art projects being applied to the issues of community cohesion and social inclusion with the explicit aim ...
  • Finish what you start... (Ken leikkiin ryhtyy, se leikin kestäköön) – Exploring place through play 

    Schrag, Anthony (HUMAK (Humanities University of Applied Sciences) Publications, 2018-12-12)
    On May 26th, 2018, the Lights On! project delivered a new experiment exploring the heritage sites of the islands of Vallisaari and Kuninkaansaari, just outside Helsinki. The project was developed in collaboration between ...

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