Author Archives: Sarah Burton

Missing people

Read the latest CRFR Blog: Missing people – Hester Parr’s seminar next week, part of CRFR’s Emotions Seminar series,  will explore interviews with 23 family members of missing people in order to understand something of the emotions involved in … read more

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Family poverty underestimated

UK poverty figures underestimate the  number of families living in poverty by as much as 40% says Morag Treanor, reported in Scotland on Sunday, 7 April 2013,  http://www.scotsman.com/scotland-on-sunday/politics/uk-poverty-numbers-underestimated-1-2881473 Read the research paper: “Deprived or not deprived? Comparing the measured … read more

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History of working-class marriage

CRFR partner project: A history of working-class marriage, 1855-1976 blog: “We are now six months in to the project and have constructed substantial databases of family structures over the period 1861, 1881 and 1911 for our focus areas, which include … read more

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CRFR researcher joins RSE Young Academy of Scotland

Valeria Skafida joins RSE Young Academy of Scotland http://bit.ly/15Kd2lk  – Valeria is co-based at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships and Centre for Population Health Sciences, working on the project: “An appetite for life? Changing food habits and … read more

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Briefing for Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People

Child contact proceedings for children affected by domestic abuse‘ a briefing paper, prepared for Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People
by CRFRS’s Fiona Morrison and E. Kay M. Tisdall,

The purpose of this research was to … read more

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Committee child sexual exploitation adviser Sarah Nelson’s latest publication

Read CRFR research in Chapter 4 “Male survivors of childhood sexual abuse: experience of mental health services” by Sarah Nelson, Ruth Lewis and Sandra S. Cabrita Gulyurtlu, in Good Practice in promoting recovery and healing for abused adults, Edited by … read more

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