Beyond the Threshold

The Measurement and Analysis of Social Exclusion

Edited by Graham Room

Beyond the Threshold

Edited by Graham Room

Distributed for Bristol University Press

280 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Paper $36.95 ISBN: 9781861340030 Published November 1995 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Poverty and social exclusion: the new European agenda for policy and research - Graham Room
Social exclusion in Europe: policy context and analytical framework - Jos Berghman
In what sense is poverty multidimensional? - Brendan J. Whelan and Christopher T. Whelan
The spiral of precariousness: a multidimensional approach to the process of social disqualification in France - Serge Paugam
Between survey and social services analysis: an inquiry 'on two lines and three levels' - Francesca Zajczyk
The dynamics of poverty and social exclusion - Robert Walker
'What a difference a day makes': the significance for social policy of the duration of social assistance receipt - Petra Buhr and Stephan Leibfried
Social exclusion and spatial stress: the connections - Hans Kristensen
Measuring socioeconomic differences within areas: a French analysis - Isa Aldeghi
Measuring socioeconomic disintegration at the local level in Europe: an analytical framework - Frank Moulaert
The development of the 1991 Local Deprivation Index - Brian Robson, Michael Bradford and Rachel Tye
Public attitudes to social exclusion: some problems of measurement and analysis - Peter Golding
Conclusions - Graham Room
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