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Rebecca Graber

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20142021
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democratization Social Sciences
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Projects 2018 2021

ESRC GCRF Big Picture

Graber, R.

1/09/1828/02/21

Project: Grant

Research Output 2014 2018

Building Spaces for Controversial Public Engagement – Exploring and Challenging Democratic Deficits in NHS Marketization

Walker, C., Artaraz, K., Darking, M., Davies, C., Fleischer, S., Graber, R., Mwale, S., Speed, E., Terry, J. & Zoli, A., 21 Dec 2018, 6, 2, p. 759-775

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deficit
health service
health
democratization
privatization

Subjective measures of climate resilience: What is the added value for policy and programming?

Clare, A., Graber, R., Jones, L. & Conway, D., 26 Sep 2017, 46, p. 17-22 6 p.

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A resilience-based alcohol education intervention for adolescents in the UK

Graber, R., de-Visser, R., Abraham, C., Hart, A., Memon, A., Scanlon, T., Harris, P. & Hunt, K., 1 Dec 2015, p. 604-604. 1 p.

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resilience
alcohol
adolescent
education
social situation

Best friends and better coping: facilitating psychological resilience through boys' and girls' closest friendships

Graber, R., Turner, R. & Madill, A., 25 Jun 2015, 107, 2, p. 338-358 21 p.

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Staying in the 'sweet spot': A resilience-based analysis of the lived experience of low-risk drinking and abstention among British youth

Graber, R., de-Visser, R., Abraham, C., Memon, A., Hart, A. & Hunt, K., 30 Oct 2015, 31, 1, p. 79-99 21 p.

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