About us

 

The Understanding Everyday Participation – Articulating Cultural Values project team is comprised of experts drawn from a range of disciplines and from a range of institutions, as well as early career researchers and professional support staff.

Principal investigator

Co-investigators

Research associates

PhD researchers

Policy and sector researchers

Research Affiliates

Professional Support

  • Claire Huyton, Project Co-ordinator, Claire.huyton@manchester.ac.uk
  • Charlene Linton, External Relations & Research Impact Officer, Charlene.linton@manchester.ac.uk

 

 

Recent Posts

The effect of place and space on patterns of participation in libraries and leisure centres

Local geography forms a significant context within which culture is situated, and can play a role in enhancing, or diminishing the potential for cultural participation
activities to take place.

With this in mind the UEP project has undertaking research examining the effect of place and space on patterns of participation in libraries and leisure centres. The findings shed light on potential new ways to encourage public attendance.

Read about the research findings in the report: The effect of place and space on patterns of participation in libraries and leisure centres.

 

 

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