Exploring what the Notion of ‘Lived Experience’ Offers for Social Policy Analysis

@article{Mcintosh2019ExploringWT,
  title={Exploring what the Notion of ‘Lived Experience’ Offers for Social Policy Analysis},
  author={I. Mcintosh and S. Wright},
  journal={Journal of Social Policy},
  year={2019},
  volume={48},
  pages={449 - 467}
}
Abstract In this article, we suggest that social policy may be on the cusp of a large-scale adoption of the notion of lived experience. However, within social policy and allied disciplines, the growing use of the term ‘lived experience’ is unaccompanied by discussion of what it may mean or imply. We argue that now is a good time to consider what this term could mean for social policy analysis. The peculiarities of Anglo-centric usage of the broader term ‘experience’ are explored, before we… Expand
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