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On SAGE Insight: Bordering practices in the UK welfare system

Themed Section: Welfare Chauvinism From Critical Social Policy   This article within the special section, considers how chauvinistic welfare policies operate as a bordering practice. Taking the UK as an example, it examines a process in which welfare provisions have … Continue reading

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Mass incarceration and working class interests: Which side are the unions on?

From Labor Studies Mass incarceration has been one of the most important social policy failures in the U.S. in the last half century. This process has driven millions of members of the poorest sectors of the working class to prison … Continue reading

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Special issue on trade union cultures

From Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research This special issue examines trade union cultures. Articles cover a range of aspects and perspectives, considering history and looking forward. It may be useful for those people, scholars and practitioners alike, who continue … Continue reading

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