Beyond the Threshold

The Measurement and Analysis of Social Exclusion

Edited by Graham Room

Beyond the Threshold

Edited by Graham Room

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

280 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Paper $35.95 ISBN: 9781861340030 Published November 1995 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Poverty and social exclusion: the new European agenda for policy and research - Graham Room
Social exclusion in Europe: policy context and analytical framework - Jos Berghman
In what sense is poverty multidimensional? - Brendan J. Whelan and Christopher T. Whelan
The spiral of precariousness: a multidimensional approach to the process of social disqualification in France - Serge Paugam
Between survey and social services analysis: an inquiry 'on two lines and three levels' - Francesca Zajczyk
The dynamics of poverty and social exclusion - Robert Walker
'What a difference a day makes': the significance for social policy of the duration of social assistance receipt - Petra Buhr and Stephan Leibfried
Social exclusion and spatial stress: the connections - Hans Kristensen
Measuring socioeconomic differences within areas: a French analysis - Isa Aldeghi
Measuring socioeconomic disintegration at the local level in Europe: an analytical framework - Frank Moulaert
The development of the 1991 Local Deprivation Index - Brian Robson, Michael Bradford and Rachel Tye
Public attitudes to social exclusion: some problems of measurement and analysis - Peter Golding
Conclusions - Graham Room
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