Coping in isolation: Time to Think
Coping in isolation: Time to Think

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Coping in isolation: Time to Think

Acknowledgements

This free course was written by Gabi Kent and co-produced by Michael, an Open University graduate and Republican ex-prisoner, David, an Open University graduate and Loyalist ex-prisoner, Gabi Kent [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] , Jenny Meegan, Philip O’Sullivan, Colette Hughes and Ruth Cammies from The Open University’s Time to Think project. The critical reader was Stephen Robinson, Lecturer and Staff Tutor, School of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Time to Think is an oral history archive and ongoing collaboration for teaching, research, impact and knowledge exchange between The Open University (Open University in Ireland, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) and Open University Library) and people who participated in the Time to Think archive. This includes Loyalist and Republican ex-prisoners, OU tutors and office staff and prison staff and governors.

This course was first published in April 2020.

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Figure 1: Gabi Kent; https://creativecommons.org/ licenses/ by-nc-nd/ 4.0/

Figure 2: Gabi Kent; https://creativecommons.org/ licenses/ by-nc-nd/ 4.0/

Figure 3: courtesy of David Smyth © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 4: courtesy of David Smyth © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 5: courtesy of David Smyth © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

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Figure 7: courtesy of Eddie Kinner © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 8: courtesy of Harry Donaghy © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 9: courtesy of Jackie McMullan © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 10: Gabi Kent. © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 11: courtesy of William Mitchell © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 12: courtesy of Martina Anderson © The Open University’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Figure 14: Irish Eye/Alamy Stock Photo

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Audios 1 and 2: © The Open University and its Licensors. From the OU’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

Section 3 audios: © The Open University and its Licensors. From the OU’s Time to Think Digital Archive www.open.ac.uk/library/timetothink

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