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23rd June, 2014

Storytelling Within Communities: Understanding vulnerability and resilience

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23rd June, 2014
Rose Theatre Gallery.
£5 and £3 concessions. No booking fee , £1.60 transaction fee.

Qualitative research about ‘hard to reach’ communities often involves researchers documenting and examining people’s stories about their lives. Here is a 3-hour seminar dedicated to presenting and exploring narratives of vulnerability and resilience from within wide-ranging criminal, social justice and psychology-based contexts. Material will be presented using a variety of different forums and the event offers significant opportunities for audience involvement.

This seminar is offered by Kingston’s Centre for Research in Communities, Identities and Difference (CResCID) led by Professor Evanthia Lyons and Professor Basia Spalek and their colleagues.

For more information, visit the Kingston University website.

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