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Research Profile

Dr Martin O’Neill  


Publications

O’Neill, M : (2001) “Participation or Observation?: Some Practical and Ethical Dilemmas” in Inside Organizations: Anthropologists at Work: (eds.) Gellner, D. and Hirsch, E.: Oxford: Berg.

Elliott, E., Williams, G. and O’Neill, M (2001) The Corus Steelworks Closure: A Preliminary Health Impact Assesment: Welsh Assembly Government: Cardiff

Elliott, E., Williams, G. and O’Neill, M (2001) Health and well-being in Blaneau Gwent: The Effects of Industrial Decline: Welsh Assembly Government: Cardiff

O’Neill, M. (2003) “Family and Social Change in an Urban Street Community” in (eds.) Charlotte Aull Davies and Stephanie Jones: Welsh Communities: New Ethnographic Perspectives: Cardiff: University of Wales Press

O’Neill, M. (2004) Tales from the Natives:  Declining Response Rates and the Promise of Participatory Methods: Medical Sociology News

O’Neill, M. and Barry, D. (2004) “Creative Writing as a Method of Engaging ‘Hard to Reach’ Youth Networks”: Wales Law and Social Policy Journal Occasional Papers

O’Neill, M and Williams, G. (2004) Developing Community and Agency Engagement in an Action Research Study in South Wales: Journal of Critical Public Health.

O’Neill, M.,Rebane, D. and Lester, C. (2004) Barriers to Healthier Eating in a Disadvantaged Community: Health Education Journal

Gregory, P.; Lester, C.; O Neill, M.; Gray, L. (2005) Widening Participation for Black and Ethnic Minority Women: A Pilot Educational Intervention Using Action Research. Health Education Journal

Braithwaite, R.. Cockwill, S., O’Neill, M and Rebane, D. (2007). Insider Participatory Action Research in Disadvantaged Post Industrial Areas:  The Experiences of Community Members as they Become Community Based Action Researchers. Action Research Journal

O’Neill, M (2007) The Role of the Community Based Researcher: From Ideology to Methodology: in Community Health and Wellbeing Action Research on Health Inequalities:  Eds. Steve Cropper, Alison Porter, Gareth Williams, Sandra Carlisle, Robert Moore, Martin O'Neill, Chris Roberts and Helen Snooks: Policy Press.

O’Neill, M. and Williams, G. (2007):  ‘Developing Community and Agency Engagement in an Action Research Study in Wales: Evidence for Practice and Evaluation’ in Critical Perspectives in Public Health: (eds) Green, J. and Labonte, R Taylor and Francis

Davies, J., Lester, C., O’Neill, M., and Williams, G.: (2008) Sustainable Participation in Regular Exercise Amongst Older People: Developing an Action Research Approach. Health Education Journal March

O’Neill, M  (2009) Using film, video and other multi-media for engaging “hard to reach” young people: Qualitative Researcher

O’Neill M (2011) Making Social Care Work Within Budget is A Hard Task. Western Mail: October 10th. (Available here)

O’Neill, M, (2011) Book Review: Book review: Narmala Halstead, Eric Hirsh and Judith Okely (eds), Knowing How to Know: Fieldwork and the Ethnographic Present: Qualitative Research December

Tadd, W., Woods, R., O’Neill, M. Windle, G. Read,S., Seddon, D. Hall, C. and Bayer, T. (2012) PEACH Project Final Report. Department of Health