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This project investigates why and how people in rural areas experience (and negotiate) poverty and social exclusion, with a focus on financial hardship and vulnerability. It examines the roles of societal processes, individual circumstances and various sources of support (markets; state; voluntary and community organisations; family and friends). Interviews were conducted with individuals experiencing financial vulnerability and representatives of organisations offering support in three case study areas between October 2019 and September 2020, so both before and during the Covid-19 pandemic. The study areas were Harris, East Perthshire and Northumberland.
|Commissioning body||Standard Life Foundation|
|Number of pages||38|
|Publication status||Print publication - 22 Mar 2021|
- social exclusion
- financial hardship
- financial vulnerability
- rural business
- social policy
- rural policy
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Rural Lives: Understanding financial wellbeing and vulnerability in rural Scotland and rural England22 Mar 2021 → 23 Mar 2021
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Organising a conference, workshop, ...File
Jayne Glass (Speaker) & Mark D. Shucksmith (Speaker)27 Apr 2021
Activity: Talk, evidence or presentation types › Invited talk
Impact: Public policy impactsFile
- 1 Finished
1/08/19 → 28/02/21
- 1 Research report
Glass, J., Shucksmith, M. D., Chapman, P. & Atterton, J., 6 May 2021, 24 p.
Research output: Book/Report/Policy Brief › Research report › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile