Resistance or resignation to welfare reform? The activist politics for and against social citizenship

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Edmiston, D; Humpage, L;
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Since 2008, mature welfare states have, to varying degrees, pursued a strategy of welfare reform that has reconfigured the dominant praxis of social citizenship. Drawing on qualitative data from two studies, this paper explores what bearing this has had on the political... View more
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