Stigmatising beliefs about people in poverty in cross-national perspective

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/researchingsociology/2015/11/30/stigmatising-beliefs-about-people-in-poverty-in-cross-national-perspective/

 

LSE Sociology doctoral candidate, Daniel McArthur, describes his MSc research

 

References

Baumberg, B., Bell, K., and Gaffney, D., (2012). Benefits Stigma in Britain. Turn2Us: London. http://www.turn2us.org.uk/about_us/media_centre/news_archive/benefits_stigma.aspx

European Social Survey Round 4 Data (2008a). Data file edition 4.2. Norwegian Social Science Data Services, Bergen, Norway. http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/

Larsen, C.A., (2008). ‘The Institutional Logic of Welfare Attitudes: how Welfare Regimes Influence Public Support. Comparative Political Studies, 41:2 pp.145-168.

MacDonald, R., Shildrick T., and Furlong, A. (2014). ‘In Search of ‘Intergenerational Cultures of Worklessness’: Hunting the Yeti and Shooting Zombies’. Critical Social Policy, 34:2, pp.199-220.

Taylor-Gooby, P. (2013). ‘Why Do People Stigmatise the Poor at a Time of Rapidly Increasing Inequality, and What Can Be Done About It?’ The Political Quarterly, 84:1, pp31-43.

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