HARG member Mo Ray has contributed to a co-authored chapter with Lizzie Ward and Denise Tanner for the edited book Care Ethics, Democratic Citizenship and the State’ (Urban and Ward) – published this month by Palgrave MacMillan.
Photo Courtesy of Urban and Ward (2020).
The chapter’s focus is on the social care crisis in England through older people’s lived experience. The chapter draws on a qualitative research project ‘Ethical Issues in Self-funded Social Care: Co-producing knowledge with older people’ funded by the Wellcome Trust 2017-2020 and carried out at the University of Brighton (project lead: Lizzie Ward), University Birmingham (site lead: Denise Tanner) and University of Lincoln (site lead: Mo Ray.
Open Access to this chapter can be found by clicking on the image of the front cover of the book.
Ward, L., Ray, M., and Tanner, D. (2020) Understanding the Social Care Crisis in England Through Older People’s Lived Experiences’. In: Petr Urban and Lizzie Ward (ed.) Care Ethics, Democratic Citizenship and the State. International Political Theory. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.