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- Comment on Leisure Inequality – What Do the Poor and Non-Poor Do For Fun? by Gerry Downes
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- Comment on Bringing Religion Back into the Study of Health Inequality by gojipro
Tag Archives: families
In a recent post, Lindsey Macmillan showed that “The ‘never working’ family may be an easier sound bite but it is not representative of the true situation”. Here she responds to yet another attempt to make these claims – except this … Continue reading
In this guest post, Lindsey Macmillan and Paul Gregg look at the claim that there are generations within families who have never worked. From their position as probably the foremost experts on intergenerational worklessness in the UK, they find the evidence … Continue reading