Inequalities in the Social Gradient
Dr Calum Webb uses complex statistical analysis to unpack the data used within the Child Welfare Inequalities Project to share findings around the social gradient in interventions and how it differs in relation to both income inequality and ethnicity. He uses an intersectional analysis to share the implications of the findings for those working within the social care sector.
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