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Family Life on the Dole

Family Life on the Dole This paper explores the research findings of a study, completed in 1990, which looked into the effects of unemployment on rural New Zealand families. A paradigm of grounded theory development was used to illuminate the experiences of 10 couples who had been affected by unemployment. The study illustrates the negative effects of unemployment upon individuals and families. Generally, the findings are consistent with previous studies which point to the detrimental effect of unemployment on individual and family functioning. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development Taylor & Francis

Family Life on the Dole

Family Life on the Dole

Abstract

This paper explores the research findings of a study, completed in 1990, which looked into the effects of unemployment on rural New Zealand families. A paradigm of grounded theory development was used to illuminate the experiences of 10 couples who had been affected by unemployment. The study illustrates the negative effects of unemployment upon individuals and families. Generally, the findings are consistent with previous studies which point to the detrimental effect of unemployment on...
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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
2165-0993
eISSN
0218-5385
DOI
10.1080/21650993.1995.9755688
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Abstract

This paper explores the research findings of a study, completed in 1990, which looked into the effects of unemployment on rural New Zealand families. A paradigm of grounded theory development was used to illuminate the experiences of 10 couples who had been affected by unemployment. The study illustrates the negative effects of unemployment upon individuals and families. Generally, the findings are consistent with previous studies which point to the detrimental effect of unemployment on individual and family functioning.

Journal

Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and DevelopmentTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 1995

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