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The origins and essence of US social policy: On taxonomies, time and transfers
Our understanding of US social policy has not been advanced by the classification of welfare states that has dominated social policy analysis in recent years. But in biology and cosmology we can find useful examples of the ...
Collective disturbance in institutions: A sociological view of crisis and collapse
Purpose: This paper aims to explore the precarious existence which therapeutic communities face and the recurring concern about their survival. Design/methodology/approach: Some general factors related to the possible ...
An analysis of the Research Team-Service User relationship from the Service User perspective: A consideration of 'The Three Rs' (Roles, Relations, and Responsibilities) for healthcare research organisations
Background: This article debates interview data from service users who engaged with the work of a Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC). The evidence base, to date, concerning the nature ...