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Causes of Action: Civil Law And Social Justice
Civil law provides a framework within which people conduct their daily lives, and civil court cases often relate to problems that affect people's basic life opportunities and well-being. Expand
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Worried Sick: The Experience of Debt Problems and their Relationship with Health, Illness and Disability
This paper examines social and demographic predictors of debt problems, whether debt problems tend to occur in combination with other problems and which people tend to experience long- rather thanExpand
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Multiple Justiciable Problems: Common Clusters and Their Social and Demographic Indicators
Justiciable problems do not always occur in isolation. However, little empirical research has examined multiple problems in depth by identifying common clusters of problems, their extent, and thoseExpand
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Civil law problems and morbidity
Study objective: In the United Kingdom, recognition of the links between social and health problems has led to government initiatives such as health action zones. The principles of civil law apply toExpand
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Social Exclusion and Civil Law: Experience of Civil Justice Problems among Vulnerable Groups
Combating social exclusion has become a priority target for many governments and was a key factor in the establishment of the Legal Services Commission (LSC) and the Community Legal Service (CLS) inExpand
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Disability, social exclusion and the consequential experience of justiciable problems
In this article, we examine the situation of disabled people in England and Wales with regard to one specific aspect of social exclusion—experience of justiciable problems, and the potential effectsExpand
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Needs assessment and the Community Legal Service in England and Wales
This paper provides an overview of recent developments in needs assessment in England and Wales. It describes the origins of the Legal Services Commission, the Community Legal Service and CommunityExpand
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Mental Health and the Experience of Social Problems Involving Rights: Findings from the United Kingdom and New Zealand
As with general morbidity, psychiatric morbidity has been linked to an array of social problems, with interest in those links heightened by the noted vulnerability of those with mental illness andExpand
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