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Struggling for Rights, Recognition and Re-distribution: Community work with marginalised older men, Dublin, Ireland

Oonagh Mc Ardle, Tommy Coombes

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This is a case study of community work with particularly marginalised older men living in social housing units in a highly urbanised area in Dublin city, Ireland. It introduces the work of Bluebell Community Development Project, through naming processes used, underlying concepts, and outcomes achieved.

 


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