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Title: Consumer Skills for All: A report by the General Consumer Council for Northern Ireland
Author(s): Gardner, John
Leitch, Ruth
Mitchell, Stephanie
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Citation: Gardner J, Leitch R & Mitchell S (2001) Consumer Skills for All: A report by the General Consumer Council for Northern Ireland. General Consumer Council for Northern Ireland.
Issue Date: Dec-2001
Date Deposited: 22-Mar-2021
Abstract: This study was designed to advise the Council in its development, targeting and implementation of a programme to improve consumer skills throughout the Northern Ireland community. In order to do this as authoritatively as possible, the strategy adopted included identifying and interviewing key people, surveying specific groups of teachers and canvassing widely for inputs from professional, voluntary, government agency, local council and local community groups.
Type: Research Report
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Affiliation: Faculty of Social Sciences
Queen's University Belfast
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