THE SOCIAL IDENTITY OF VULNERABLE GROUPS

We are interested in applying the Social Identity Approach to understand the lived experiences of vulnerable groups, and how life can be enhanced for these individuals.

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Volunteers Packing Food

THE SOCIAL IDENTITY OF VETERAN WELLBEING

We have written a report based on our focus group research with veterans, where the participants discuss the need for a veteran-focussed psychological intervention to help reduce feelings of loneliness and mental ill-health. We propose to create this intervention in the future: it will be an adaptation of the pre-existing Groups4Health intervention, called Groups4Veterans

THE SOCIAL IDENTITY OF FOODBANK USE

We have explored Social Cure and Social Curse processes in foodbanks

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Lone Walk

THE SOCIAL IDENTITY OF STIGMA & LONELINESS

We have explored how social identities can help or hinder people's ability to cope with social problems

We have explored how loneliness increases healthcare visits, and how social identity can improve people's sleep quality by reducing feelings of loneliness

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