Understanding the rural and coastal contexts in widening participation

Grabrovaz, Meaghan and Grimwood, Tom (2019) Understanding the rural and coastal contexts in widening participation. Health and Society Knowledge Exchange (HASKE).

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Abstract

The University of Cumbria-based research group Health and Society Knowledge Exchange (HASKE) developed a project examining the rural and coastal contexts of widening participation.

This research aimed to understand this topic in more detail by gathering data from localities in Cumbria in order to respond to the following questions:
- What constitutes a ‘rural and/or coastal context’ in relation to Widening Participation?
- How can the contextual dimensions of Widening Participation be understood and accounted for
when outreach activities are delivered?
- What is the existing evidence for ‘what works’ for outreach activities in similar contexts outside of
Cumbria?

The report will help to inform future outreach activities and evaluation by providing a detailed and nuanced account of the rural and coastal contexts from the perspective of young people, including recommendations that can be used by partners and the Hello Future central team to support outreach activities.

Item Type: Report
Publisher: Health and Society Knowledge Exchange (HASKE)
Departments: Research Centres > Health and Society Knowledge Exchange (HASKE)
Additional Information: This research was commissioned by Hello Future, and conducted by Health and Society Knowledge Exchange (HASKE) at the University of Cumbria. The report authors are Dr Meaghan Grabrovaz and Dr Tom Grimwood, February 2019. Edited by Vicki Goodwin, August 2019.
Depositing User: Laura Snell
Date Deposited: 19 Feb 2021 09:26
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2021 20:15
URI: https://insight.cumbria.ac.uk/id/eprint/5953

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