Living and Working in Lanarkshire: A History Study Report

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Abstract

• Deindustrialisation, the declining importance of industrial activities to employment and production has had a long-term economic and social impact in Lanarkshire.
• The CommonHealth Catalyst project History Team interviewed seven middle aged and elderly participants who had grown up in industrial and deindustrialising Lanarkshire during the mid to late twentieth century.
• Our interviews approached health and wellbeing in broad terms, emphasising family and life-course experiences.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherGlasgow Caledonian University
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2023

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    Greenlees, J., Murray, G., Gibbs, E., Roy, M., McLean, J., Ahmed, M., Robertson, C. & Vaitkute, V., 17 Nov 2023

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