Safety as a social value: Revisiting a participatory case study in Scotland
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This chapter revisits research carried out in the early 1990s in Scotland on child accidents-a key public health problem in rich and poor nations alike, and one where there are stark differences between better off and worse off children. The research (Roberts, Smith, & Bryce, 1995) was forged through a close collaboration with the residents of Corkerhill, a former railway village in Glasgow, Scotland. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.