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Tales of the unexpected? Hidden resilience in poor households in Britain.
Society tends to have low expectations for the health, employment, and family stability of people living in poverty and disadvantage, reinforced by a body of research focused on risk factors andExpand
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Cultural challenges in end-of-life care: reflections from focus groups' interviews with hospice staff in Stockholm.
Cultural challenges in end-of-life care: reflections from focus groups' interviews with hospice staff in Stockholm During the past few decades, Swedish society has changed from a society with a fewExpand
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Experiences of unemployment and well-being after job loss during economic recession: Results of a qualitative study in east central Sweden
Introduction: Several studies have revealed an association between unemployment and ill health, and shown that unemployment can affect people differently. This study aimed to provide an understandingExpand
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Studying Social Policy and Resilience to Adversity in Different Welfare States: Britain and Sweden
Is poverty more damaging to health in Britain than in Sweden, and if so, why? Following previous research by the authors that suggested such an effect, a new comparative study is examining whetherExpand
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Managing adversity : qualitative studies of long-term social assistance recipiency in Sweden in a resilience perspective
This thesis is based on four qualitative studies and aimed to explore the experiences of living long term on social assistance, and to increase knowledge on how social workers providing socialExpand
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