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The European influence on social policy in Scotland: changing terminology or changing practice? (2005)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Juleff, L., Kelly, L., Adams, J., & McQuaid, R. (2005, August). The European influence on social policy in Scotland: changing terminology or changing practice?. Paper presented at 45th Congress of the European Regional Science Association

Until the late 1980’s social policy in Scotland was clearly targeted towards poverty as the primary source of economic disadvantage. Within this framework, geographical areas were identified which exhibited low income and high unemployment levels, a... Read More about The European influence on social policy in Scotland: changing terminology or changing practice?.

A moving target? - evaluating Scotland's social inclusion policy. (2005)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Juleff, L., Kelly, L. A., McQuaid, R. W., & Adams, J. (2005). A moving target? - evaluating Scotland's social inclusion policy.

The role of the Scottish Executive’s policy on social inclusion – now the social justice policy – is to reduce the degree of disadvantage experienced by certain sections of Scotland’s population. In order to monitor the success of this policy, suita... Read More about A moving target? - evaluating Scotland's social inclusion policy..

From poverty to social justice: does the terminology make a difference to the practice? (2004)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Kelly, L. A., Juleff, L., McQuaid, R. W., & Adams, J. (2004). From poverty to social justice: does the terminology make a difference to the practice?.

Over the last ten years, the UK has seen a significant shift in terms of the way the poorer sections of society are classified. The Anglo-Saxon tradition of using the word “poverty” to describe those who are economically disadvantaged has given way... Read More about From poverty to social justice: does the terminology make a difference to the practice?.