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Sarah Wydall

Sarah Wydall Aberystwyth University Welsh Crucible 2016 Sarah Wydall is a Senior Research Fellow and co-investigator of ‘Choice’. Choice is a longitudinal study (2015-18), exploring elder abuse & justice using participatory action research (PAR) & ethnography to design and implement new model(s) of justice. In the last five years Sarah have made a significant contribution

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Christopher Groves

Christopher Groves Cardiff University Welsh Crucible 2015 Christopher has a BA in Philosophy & Sociology (York), an MA in Philosophy & Social Theory (Warwick) and a PhD in Philosophy (Warwick). After two years teaching adult learners at Warwick University in 2003-05, he took up a research post in Social Sciences at Cardiff. Since then, he

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Aimee Grant

Aimee Grant Cardiff University Welsh Crucible 2015 Aimee obtained her undergraduate degree in criminology and social policy from Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences. She went on to obtain funding from the Economic and Social Research Council to undertake an MSc in social science research methods and a PhD in social policy. Since obtaining her

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Vikki Butler

Vikki Butler CARP Collaborations (formerly Barnardo’s Cymru) Welsh Crucible 2012 Vikki worked in inclusive play services and community development until graduating from Swansea University in 1999 with an MPhil Sociology. Since 2000 she has worked in Scotland and Wales as a qualitative researcher in voluntary sector organisations with vulnerable children, young people and adults. She

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