This review addresses research methods with Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) peoplen using adult social care and support in England. During the last decade there have beenconsiderable changes in how ethnicity is understood. Among these are excitingdevelopments in research sensitive to ethnicity and the further development of anti- racistpolicy, practice and outcomes in social care. The review summarises these developmentsand offers practical advice on applying their lessons. Material from other disciplinesincluding health and other disciplines is also drawn on for methodological advancesrelevant to social care research. The review is designed to be useful not only for researchers who are new to social care (and health care in particular) and hoping to learnmore about this important topic, but to seasoned researchers, social care practitioners andstudents as well.
|Place of Publication
|NIHR School for Social Care Research
|Number of pages
|Published - 2012