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The review explores the following question: How are poverty and social exclusion experienced by children and young people in rural areas?
Using a critical review methodology, the report analyses and synthesises the findings of previous research in four sections, relating to:
• characterising poverty and social exclusion as experienced by rural children and young people;
• the distinct challenges of growing up in a rural setting;
• health and wellbeing of rural children and young people; and
• the factors that affect the agency of rural children and young people.
The review concludes with a conceptual framework for improving outcomes for children and young people in rural Scotland.
|Place of Publication||Glasgow|
|Publisher||Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland|
|Commissioning body||Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland|
|Number of pages||44|
|Publication status||Print publication - Nov 2020|
- young people
- financial hardship
- rural development
- rural communities
- social exclusion
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- 2 Invited talk
Jayne Glass (Speaker) & Mark D. Shucksmith (Speaker)27 Apr 2021
Activity: Talk, evidence or presentation types › Invited talk
- 1 Working paper
Atterton, J., Shucksmith, M., Glass, J. & Chapman, P., Feb 2020, (First published) 17 p.
Research output: Working paper/Preprint › Working paperFile