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Care-ful Cultural Work and Health Inequalities. What Roles for Museums? A UK Perspective

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posted on 2021-02-08, 12:17 authored by Nuala Morse
Earlierthis year,a follow-on report to the Marmot Review was published, tenyears from the original landmark review on health inequalities in England (Marmotet al. 2020).The reportis unequivocal: health inequalities are growing wider, and in some partsof the country life expectancy has stopped improving. The effects of the coronavirus pandemic will likely exacerbate these existing health inequalities further.1Coronavirus is not a“great leveler”—it will hit the most vulnerable hardest. Evidence is emerging fromONS data of inequality in COVID-19-related mortality based on existing ethnic and socioeconomic inequalities. Other research is investigating the psychological and social impact of the pandemic to identify groups at greatest risk. [Opening paragraph]

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Citation

Museum worlds: Advances in Research 8 (2020):111-134. DOI:10.3167/armw.2020.080109

Author affiliation

School of Museum Studies

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  • AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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Museum Worlds

Volume

8

Issue

1

Pagination

124 - 125

Publisher

Berghahn Journals

issn

2049-6729

eissn

2049-6737

Copyright date

2020

Available date

2023-07-01

Language

English

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