Recent Submissions

  • What (and who) Works in Widening Participation? Supporting Direct Entrant Student Transitions to Higher Education 

    Breeze, Maddie; Johnson, Karl; Utyma, Clare (Taylor and Francis, 2018)
    This article considers support programmes for direct entrant (DE) student transitions as a widening participation strategy. We reflect upon one induction and support project with 27 students transitioning from further ...
  • Artisan food production, small family business and the Scottish food paradox 

    Quinn, Bernie; Seaman, Claire (Emerald, 2018)
    Purpose This paper draws together three strands of work currently being carried out at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh to take an overview of food in Scotland and on-going local interventions. The provision of ...
  • Seasonal influenza vaccination coverage: EHIS survey results versus OECD statistics 

    Blazinska, Lucia; Duric, Predrag; Rusnák, Martin; O'May, Fiona (The Publishing House of Poloniyna Academy, 2018-10-29)
    Seasonal influenza vaccination is one of the most important tools of prevention. Countries currently use many different methodologies to measure national influenza vaccine coverage in populations at higher risk. The study ...
  • A new and respectful model of voluntourism co-produced with marginalised young people in Malawi 

    Wood, Emma (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2018-10-26)
    Critical views of voluntourism* and white saviour complex are widespread, but marginalised voices are missing from the debate. QMU senior lecturer, Emma Wood and Gift Thompson, a resident of the STEKA children's home in ...
  • STEKA Dialogues 

    Wood, Emma (Public Sociology Research Group, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2018-11-07)
    Critical views of voluntourism and white saviour complex are widespread, but marginalised voices are missing from the debate. This presentation looks at a project co-produced with vulnerable young people in Malawi to develop ...

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