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Visual Perspectives on Place, Social Inequality and Well-being

Visual Perspectives on Place, Social Inequality and Well-being
This research was developed by Janet Fink and Helen Lomax (Faculty of Health and Social Care) as part of a collaboration between the ESRC Seminar Series:Visual Dialogues team and LINk:MK's Action Learning Project (ALP).

The ALP was focused on issues of well-being in the Coffee Hall neighbourhood of Milton Keynes and was funded by the Department of Communities and Local Government. The research is made up of three visual projects, which involved individual residents of Coffee Hall and the After-School Club in recording different aspects of daily life through photographs, a photography walking tour and a short video. The projects will be used in analyses by the Visual Dialogues team about the value of visual data for understanding social inequalities in contemporary Britain.

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Janet Fink and Helen Lomax