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Title: Exploring the impacts of the UK government’s welfare reforms on lone parents moving into work - Literature Review
Author(s): Graham, Helen
McQuaid, Ronald
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Citation: Graham H & McQuaid R (2014) Exploring the impacts of the UK government’s welfare reforms on lone parents moving into work - Literature Review. Glasgow Centre for Population Health. Glasgow Centre for Population Health.
Keywords: lone parents
welfare reform
literature review
Issue Date: 30-May-2014
Date Deposited: 6-Jun-2014
Publisher: Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Abstract: This literature review represents the first stage of a research project  which explored the experiences of lone parents seeking and moving into work in a context of increasing benefit conditionality and welfare reform. The objective was to review the literature on lone parents, with a particular focus on demographic trends including changing household structures, inequalities (e.g. social, economic, health, gender), contemporary discourse (e.g. public, media, political) and policy responses. This review presents a structured critique of both published peer literature, identified from a range of databases and published sources.‐reviewed literature and grey literature.
Type: Research Report
Rights: Use in this Repository permitted under the Open Government Licence:
Affiliation: Edinburgh Napier University
Management, Work and Organisation

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