Dealing with Welfare Conditionality

Implementation and Effects

Edited by Peter Dwyer

Dealing with Welfare Conditionality

Edited by Peter Dwyer

Distributed for Bristol University Press

192 pages | 6 1/4 x 9 1/4
Cloth $115.00 ISBN: 9781447341826 Will Publish April 2019 For sale in North and South America only
Dealing with Welfare Conditionality considers how a range of policy areas—including social security, homelessness, migration and criminal justice—affects the firsthand experiences British welfare service users. The book showcases the insights and findings of a series of studies undertaken by researchers associated with the Welfare Conditionality project. Each chapter presents a new empirical analysis of data generated in fieldwork, providing analytical data to support the personal narratives of welfare service users.
 
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Mark Simpson, Ulster University
“This compelling and often affecting account of the attempts of various arms of the welfare state to enforce ‘good’ behaviour by service users will interest readers across the social sciences.”
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