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Highly cited articles
The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice's 2017 CiteScore is 1.00. Congratulations to all the authors whose work contributed to this result!
The top cited articles published in the Journal of Poverty and Social Justice in 2016 and 2017 are:
Living with and responding to the 'scrounger' narrative in the UK: Exploring everyday strategies of acceptance, resistance and deflection
Author: Patrick, R.
Gamers or victims of the system? Welfare reform, cynical manipulation and vulnerability
Authors: Fletcher, D.R., Flint, J., Batty, E., McNeil, J.
Stigma, shame and 'people like us': An ethnographic study of foodbank use in the UK
Author: Garthwaite, K.
LGBT∗ageing in the UK: Spatial inequalities in older age housing/care provision
Author: Westwood, S.
Assessment of work ability in competing strands of social insurance: The German case
Authors: Aurich-Beerheide, P., Brussig, M.
Poverty in Australia since the financial crisis: The role of housing costs, income growth and unemployment
Authors: Saunders, P., Wong, M., Bradbury, B.
Does sanctioning disabled claimants of unemployment insurance increase labour market inactivity? An analysis of 346 British local authorities between 2009 and 2014
Author: Reeves, A.
The Europeanisation of policy to address poverty under the new economic governance: The contribution of the European Semester
Author: Urquijo, L.G.
The sustainability of food bank provision: What happens when demand outstrips supply?
Author: Iafrati, S.
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