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性用社 Working Paper Series

性用社 research plays an integral role in public discourse and evidence based decision making, injecting knowledge, informed and measured views, shaping debates and seeding new ideas.

The purpose of the 性用社 Working Paper Series is to create a space for innovative thinking on collaborative, interdisciplinary and co-produced research to emerge and take shape.鈥 It intends to be a friendly, open space to disseminate, circulate and discuss continuing research.鈥 The objective is to support conversation and debate about new work, stimulating a lively exchange of ideas within the field as well as enhancing networking and potential cooperation among researchers, thinkers, practitioners and users

2022 Working Paper

性用社 Understanding Creative Placemaking: A Literature Review

性用社 Understanding Creative Placemaking: A Literature Review

ASSaM/Media, Communication and Performing Arts

性用社 Working Paper Series 鈥 2020/鈥 (to be completed by RKEDU)

听Understanding Creative Placemaking: A Literature Review

Caitlin McKinnon & Anthony Schrag

2021 听Working Paper

Stories of Covid:Trauma, Trivia Joy Perspective from community (Final Report)

Stories of Covid:Trauma, Trivia Joy Perspective from community (Final Report)

During the first lockdown period of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, a co-created project that captured real life experiences of staff, students and the wider University community was produced. These can be viewed in the associated with Stories of COVID, together with the report.

性用社 Working Paper Series 2021/1 (March 2021)
Dr Kath MacDonald (25 pages)

2020 Working Paper

Complaint handling and fair decision making in the financial industry听

Complaint handling and fair decision making in the financial industry听

性用社 Working Paper Series 2020/1 (August 2020)
Jane Williams, Chris Gill and Gavin McBurnie (14 pages)

Achieving effective consumer representation: a study of the UK Payments Sector

Achieving effective consumer representation: a study of the UK Payments Sector

性用社 Working Paper Series 2020/2 (November 2020)
Sarah O'Neill, Carol Brennan, Sally Chalmers and Jane Williams (33 pages)

A holistic approach for quality in participatory arts: Impacts on practice experienced by artists in Scotland, Wales and Portugal听

A holistic approach for quality in participatory arts: Impacts on practice experienced by artists in Scotland, Wales and Portugal听

性用社 Working Paper Series 2020/3 (December 2020)
Rachel Blanche (35 pages)

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