For Whose Benefit?

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Policy Press, 2017.
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Ruth Patrick., & Ruth Patrick|AUTHOR. (2017). For Whose Benefit? . Policy Press.

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Ruth Patrick and Ruth Patrick|AUTHOR. 2017. For Whose Benefit?. Policy Press.

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Ruth Patrick and Ruth Patrick|AUTHOR. For Whose Benefit? Policy Press, 2017.

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Grouped Work IDfb34ac8d-086c-45f8-1dcc-5b3e334a2ff2
Full titlefor whose benefit the everyday realities of welfare reform
Authorpatrick ruth
Grouping Categorybook
Last Update2021-09-16 20:56:14PM
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    [synopsis] => 'For whose benefit?' explores how those at the sharp end of welfare reform experience changes to the benefit system. It looks at how the rights and responsibilities of citizenship are experienced on the ground, and whether the welfare state still offers meaningful protection and security to those who rely upon it.
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