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Comparing the causes and consequences of nursing home media scandals in five countries
This study aims to explore the causes and consequences of media scandals involving nursing homes for older persons in Canada, Norway, Sweden, the UK and the USA.
While there has been longstanding recognition of the importance of scandals to the development of residential care policy, there have been few studies that have systematically examined the causes and consequences of such scandals. Find out more from author Albert Banerjee in this short video.
New series Emerald Studies in Deviant Leisure offers an outlet for further exploration of the relationship between commodified leisure and harm. Contact Sarah Broadley for more information about this series.
New series Replicability in Social Science Research provides a scholarly platform for critical discussion about the replicability crisis. Contact Sarah Broadley for more information about this series.
Emerald Class and Inequality Series examines the nature, extent and sources of class divisions and social inequality, focusing on the unequal distribution of wealth and income over recent decades. Contact Sarah Broadley for more information about this series.
Digital Dispersal: Theory and Digital Culture looks at the implications of the digital dispersal for our most basic understanding of what society is and for the forms theoretical reflection can take. Contact Sarah Broadley for more information about this series.Critical Mixed Race Studies – The first series of its kind, adopting an interdisciplinary perspective, showcasing ground-breaking research in this emerging field. Contact Sarah Broadley for more information about this series.
Emerald Studies in Metal Music and Culture – The first scholarly book series on heavy metal, providing a focus for the growing number of monographs and edited collections in this area. Contact Sarah Broadley for more information about this series.
Studies in Qualitative Methodology – Addresses the relationship between data collection and data analysis, theory and method, and the implications for social policy evaluation. Contact Sarah Broadley for more information about this series.
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