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Things and the mind: Everyday materiality, places, spaces and student mental health

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Abstract

This research-informed graphic novel explores the intertwined relationship between everyday materiality, spaces and places AND student mental health and wellbeing. The materiality is adopted in a broader sense of personal items or indoor and outdoor objects, but also includes bodies and food.