Joined-up Working: Improving Young People's Sexual Health and Enhancing Social Inclusion?

Kate Philip, Janet Shucksmith, Janet Tucker, Edwin Van Teijlingen, Mari Immamura, Suzanne Penfold

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Abstract

This paper builds on debates about the meaning and definition of social exclusion through an empirical analysis undertaken as part of a four-year evaluation study of a Scottish demonstration project on young peoples’ sexual health. It examines how interventions to improve sexual well-being might be construed as a way of promoting social inclusion, and then explores to what extent the organisation of bureaucratic relations in an intervention characterised by ‘joined-up’ working helped or impeded social inclusion.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)615-628
JournalJournal of Youth Studies
Volume9
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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