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Justice, Genes and Welfare: Are Intergenerational relationships toxic?

Francis Thirlway reports on the BSA Family Studies Group and Youth Studies Group Seminar “Justice, Genes and Welfare: Are Intergenerational relationships toxic?” (28 Nov 2013): Intergenerational relations increasingly seem to be called into question in contemporary society, highlighted as centrally … Continue reading

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Schizophrenia: Does Talk of Genes and Brains Really Stop a Mother’s Blame?

This week, colleagues from the King’s College London Institute of Psychiatry and I have published a qualitative research paper that analyses, for the first time, how relatives of people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia talk about genes to explain the … Continue reading

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My GeneSpace: Personalised Genetics – Are you ready to know your future? (Public Lecture, Durham University 3 May 2012)

The Institute of Advanced Study, Durham Forum for Health and the Wolfson Reseach Institute are delighted to invite you to attend a joint public lecture My GeneSpace: Personalised Genetics: Are you ready to know your future? Thursday 3rd May 2012, 18:00 Kenworthy Hall, St. … Continue reading

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