My principle research interests encompass issues surrounding the social significance of various human-nature interactions and the role of the outdoors in promoting health and wellbeing. My PhD project is examining the social and psychological wellbeing benefits of participation in community farming projects for adults with Intellectual Disabilities using a qualitative approach and is incorporating a visual and participatory element.
Therapeutic spaces of care farming: Transformative or ameliorating?
Kaley, A., Hatton, C., Milligan, C. 4/05/2018 In: Social Science and Medicine.
Green care in agriculture: a visual ethnographic study exploring the therapeutic landscape experiences of people with intellectual disabilities engaged in care farming activities
Kaley, A. 2018 Lancaster University. 293 p.