Living with social evils – the voices of unheard groups

In a contribution to the JRF's 'social evils' series, Chris Creegan focuses on the social evils of British society experienced by people whose voices are not usually heard. The research used workshops/discussion groups with lone parents, ex-offenders, unemployed and other vulnerable and socially excluded people to explore their personal experiences of living and coping with social evils. Suggestions for overcoming them point to both individual and collective responsibility.

Author: 
Chris Creegan
Author: 
Martha Warrener
Author: 
Rachel Kinsella
Publisher: 
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Published: 
2009
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