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Andrew Balmer and Anne Murcott

was an especially gifted politician’. 1 This is a formal term to identify certain government publications. In the UK ‘“official statistics” [are] all those statistical outputs produced by the UK Statistics Authority’s executive office (the Office for National Statistics), by central Government departments and agencies, by the devolved administrations in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and by other Crown bodies (over 200 bodies in total)’. www.statisticsauthority.gov.uk/national-statistician/types-of-official-statistics (accessed 22 July 2015

in The craft of writing in sociology
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Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

Arts, a project run by Ascus together with Eczema Outreach Scotland, brought families and artists together to explore the emotional impacts of eczema. The workshops involved clay modelling and pillow painting and encouraged children to reflect on their experience of eczema while creating a space for them to present their dreams, fears and fantasies. The artists worked with a designer to use their experiences from the workshop to create a portable exhibition pack to promote eczema awareness in Scotland. This is a similar approach to that taken by Dr Lorna Warren, who

in Creative research communication