Sharon Wright
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The student's companion to social policy
P Alcock, T Haux, M May, S Wright
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
Universal credit, ubiquitous conditionality and its implications for social citizenship
P Dwyer, S Wright
The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 22 (1), 27, 2014
Welfare-to-work, agency and personal responsibility
S Wright
Journal of Social Policy 41 (2), 309-328, 2012
Conceptualising the active welfare subject: welfare reform in discourse, policy and lived experience
S Wright
Policy & Politics 44 (2), 235-252, 2016
Decentralization and centralization: Governing the activation of social assistance recipients in Europe
R Minas, S Wright, R van Berkel
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 32 (5/6), 286-298, 2012
The role of non‐profit organizations in the mixed economy of welfare‐to‐work in the UK and Australia
S Wright, G Marston, C McDonald
Social Policy & Administration 45 (3), 299-318, 2011
A hand up or a slap down? Criminalising benefit claimants in Britain via strategies of surveillance, sanctions and deterrence
DR Fletcher, S Wright
Critical Social Policy 38 (2), 323-344, 2018
The street level implementation of unemployment policy
S Wright
The Policy Press, 2003
Activating the Unemployed: the street-level implementation of UK policy
S Wright
What future for social security, 235-49, 2002
Interpreting the marketization of employment services in Great Britain and Denmark
F Larsen, S Wright
Journal of European Social Policy 24 (5), 455-469, 2014
Welcoming migrants? Migrant labour in rural Scotland
P De Lima, S Wright
Social Policy and Society 8 (3), 391-404, 2009
Devolution, social democratic visions and policy reality in Scotland
G Scott, S Wright
Critical Social Policy 32 (3), 440-453, 2012
Steering with sticks, rowing for rewards: the new governance of activation in the UK
S Wright
The governance of active welfare states in Europe, 85-109, 2011
Understanding inequality, poverty and wealth: policies and prospects
T Ridge, S Wright
Policy Press, 2008
Continuities within paradigmatic change: Activation, social policies and citizenship in the context of welfare reform in Slovenia and the UK
S Wright, A Kopač, G Slater
European Societies 6 (4), 511-534, 2004
The administration of transformation: a case study of implementing welfare reform in the UK
S Wright
Administering welfare reform: International transformations in welfare …, 2006
S Wright
The Policy Press, 2011
Relinquishing rights? The impact of activation on citizenship for lone parents in the UK
S Wright
Activation and Labour Market Reforms in Europe, 59-78, 2011
On ‘activation workers’ perceptions’: A reply to Dunn (2)
S Wright
Journal of Social Policy 42 (4), 829-837, 2013
Exploring what the notion of lived experience might offer for social policy analysis
I McIntosh, S Wright
Journal of Social Policy, 2018
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