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Biography Charlie Hackett is a social arts practitioner and lectures at Grays School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. His research engages with social issues, wellbeing along with politics. His research uses participatory and visual methods and is focussed on qualitative research. He has been involved in funded research that has used visual methods to look at; alcohol and gender, addiction, terrorism, social media, and young people leaving care and those people who have facilitated the resettling of refugees in Scotland. From working on a breadth of research that’s uses visual methods; he and his colleagues have become interested in how visual methods can create an emotive response once the participant explains their artwork, that was noticeable prior to the creation of the artwork. His arts practice is focussed on social engagement, activism and creating arts interventions. His research has included working with Glasgow centre for Population Health.
Research Interests • Pandemic
• Brexit
• Care Leavers
• Mental health
• Social media
• Gender
• Violence against women and girls
• Terrorism
• Homelessness
Scopus Author ID 35095313600