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Working on Welfare: Findings from a Qualitative Longitudinal Study Into the Lived Experiences of Welfare Reform in the UK
Abstract This paper presents findings from a qualitative longitudinal study into the lived experiences of welfare reform in the UK. The study set out to explore how individuals directly affected byExpand
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Work as the primary 'duty' of the responsible citizen: a critique of this work-centric approach
Focusing on the British case, this paper provides an analysis of the ways in which the responsibility to work is today characterised as the primary duty of the ‘good’ citizen. Following anExpand
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Disabling or Enabling: The Extension of Work-Related Conditionality to Disabled People
This article considers the defensibility of the extension of conditionality to disabled people through a qualitative investigation of welfare service users’ opinions on the applicability ofExpand
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For Whose Benefit?: The Everyday Realities of Welfare Reform
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Wither Social Citizenship? Lived Experiences of Citizenship In/Exclusion for Recipients of Out-of-Work Benefits
Drawing on a qualitative longitudinal study that examined experiences of welfare reform among a small group of recipients of out-of-work benefits, this paper considers how individuals’ socialExpand
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The Process of Using Participatory Research Methods with Film-Making to Disseminate Research: Challenges and Potential
This Methods-in-Action case study outlines the process of developing an animated film to disseminate research into the lived experiences of welfare reform. As part of a commitment to includingExpand
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