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GRATTON, Nicola (2019) People with Learning Disabilities and Access to Mainstream Arts and Culture: A Participatory Action Research Approach. British Journal of Learning Disabilities. ISSN 1468-3156

PAGE, Sarah and GRATTON, Nicola (2019) Informing Prison Theatre Improvement through World Café Conversations with Prisoners. Prison Service Journal. ISSN 0300-3558 (In Press)

Book Chapter, Section or Conference Proceeding

GRATTON, Nicola, FOX, Ryan and ELDER, Teri (2020) Keep Talking: Messy Research in Times of Lockdown. In: Resilience and Care: Research Methods in a Global Crisis. Policy Press. (In Press)

GRATTON, Nicola (2019) From Engagement to Strategy: The Journey Towards a Civic University. In: Civil Society and Social Responsibility in Higher Education: International Perspectives on University-Community Partnerships. Emerald Publishing. (In Press)

GRATTON, Nicola and Beddows, Ros (2018) Get Talking: Managing to Achieve More through Creative Consultation. In: From Austerity to Abundance? Creative Approaches to Coordinating the Common Good. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. ISBN 9781787144668

Monograph or Report

GRATTON, Nicola, Vincent, Penny, Singha, Lotika, Beddows, Ros and Ball, Adrian (2019) Get Talking Hardship Report. Research report for external body. Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent.

GRATTON, Nicola (2015) Get Talking for Appetite: Evaluation of year 2. Project Report. Appetite.

GRATTON, Nicola (2014) Get Talking for Appetite: Evaluation of year 1. Project Report. Appetite.

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