The impact of the Pope's visit to the UK last week will be studied by Scottish researchers. A 15-strong team of event experts at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh have been appointed by the Bishops' Conference of Scotland to carry out research following the official visit of Pope Benedict XVI. The team will carry out interviews with more than 100 members of the public who attended events in Edinburgh, comparing and contrasting their experiences with media reports of the visit.
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