Postgraduate researcher Jill Davey’s PhD takes an ethnographic approach to kinship care in two settings. This exciting study has already resulted in a forthcoming chapter written with Jill’s two supervisors from the Centre:
Davey, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J. (2014) Researching indigenous cultures: Kinship as a form of Ubuntu. In S. Ashencaen Crabtree (eds) Diversity and the Processes of Marginalization: Reflections on Social Work in Europe, London: Whiting and Birch.
The full title of the study is: All you need is Ubuntu! A case study approach to kinship care in the South West of England and Zululand, South Africa