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1. The resurgence of mass unemployment : studies on social consequences of joblessness in Sweden in the 1990sDetta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University
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- Detta är en avhandling från Umeå : Umeå universitet
Sammanfattning : From being an unemployment success story, Sweden was during the 1990s thrown into a European normality, with apparent high and persistent unemployment. This has made unemployment a central issue in the Swedish public debate as a social problem directly affecting hundreds of thousands of individuals. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University
Sammanfattning : Paper I Unemployment and families. A review of research The purpose of this paper is to offer a broad review of research on the consequences of unemployment for families and family members. LÄS MER
4. Yesterday once more? Unemployment and health inequalities across the life course in northern SwedenDetta är en avhandling från Umeå : Umeå universitet
Sammanfattning : AbstractBackground. It is relatively well established in previous research that unemployment has direct health consequences in terms of mental and physical ill health. Recently, knowledge has emerged indicating that unemployment can lead to economic consequences that remain long after re-establishment in the labour market. LÄS MER
5. Immigration, Social Cohesion, and the Welfare State Studies on Ethnic Diversity in Germany and SwedenDetta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Department of Sociology, Stockholm University
Sammanfattning : Can social cohesion and solidarity persist in the face of large-scale migration? One particularly contentious hypothesis states that native majorities will be unwilling to support the provision of government-funded welfare to those whom they do not consider to be part of their own sociocultural ingroup, especially when sociocultural or ethnic otherness and socioeconomic disadvantage overlap. Consequently, majorities’ willingness to accept disadvantaged immigrant groups as legitimate and trusted members of the welfare community is central to the social cohesion of societies diversifying through migration. LÄS MER