Table 1

The setting

A) Within the meeting place and venue - the activity setting

B) The immediate surrounding environment including parallel activity settings

C) The wider geographical area

For each of the above consider:

○ Socio-demographic characteristics, facilities, human and structural resources (e.g. funds, time, people, physical objects)

○ Access issues

○ Sensory aspects (comfort, temperature, noise, smell, visual)

○ Meanings attributed to the setting including opportunities and threats

D) The wider policy, political, media, legal, cultural and environmental context and how it interacts with the group


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