Connected Communities Scoping Studies and Reviews 2010-11 available
As part of the Connected Communities Programme, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) has now published 40 discussion papers which have been produced by award holders who undertook AHRC funded Scoping Studies and Research Reviews in 2011, following an open call for proposals.
The aim of these scoping studies and research reviews, and the related discussion papers published on the AHRC website, is to stimulate debate and identify research gaps that can be addressed under the Connected Communities Programme.
The discussion papers cover a range of topics from the practical and ethical challenges of community-based research, to issues of community health and wellbeing, as well as the role of architecture, music and other creative practice in arts and humanities research on issues of communities and connectedness.
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