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Scaling up research on family justice using large-scale administrative data: an invitation to the socio-legal community / Karen Broadhurst, Linda Cusworth, Judith Harwin, Bachar Alrouh, Stuart Bedston, Liz Trinder, Kerina Jones, David Ford, Lucy Griffiths

Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, Volume: 43, Issue: 3, Pages: 237 - 255

Swansea University Authors: Kerina Jones, David Ford, Lucy Griffiths

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This article outlines the value of administrative data for family justice research. Although socio-legal scholars have extended their research beyond purely theoretical or doctrinal analyses, studies using large-scale digital datasets remain few in number. As new opportunities arise to link large-sc...

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