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The social effects of unemployment in Teesside

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Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Unemployment -- Social aspects -- England -- Teesside (Yorkshire) -- History,
  • Teesside (Yorkshire) -- Social conditions.,
  • Tees River Valley (England) -- Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKatharine Nicholas.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5766.T3/
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 236 p. :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19632011M
    ISBN 100719017726
    OCLC/WorldCa60066118

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The social effects of unemployment in Teesside by Katharine Nicholas Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Get this from a library. The social effects of unemployment in Teesside. [Katharine Nicholas] -- A study of Middlesborough, Stockton-on-Tees, and Darlington. Buy The Social Effects of Unemployment on Teesside, First Edition by Kate Nicholas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Kate Nicholas. The question in the second chapter is if it is possible to fight unemployment with the help of macro policy on a purely national basis in the presence of global markets.

The third chapter indicates possible effects of misalignments in financial markets on economic growth and employment. The Social Effects of Unemployment on Teesside, by Katharine Nicholas,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Fred, an interesting book called “The Social Effects of Unemployment on Teesside, ” by Kate Nicholas paints a picture of the area, with lots of stats. about unemployment, health, politics etc. One thing it contrasts the views of Labour and Conservative yet they both wanted the same thing, more employment.

Kate Nicholas, The Social Effects of Unemployment on Teesside, —39, Manchester: Manchester University Press,£, ix + pp. Between the two world wars, except for the few years up tonever fewer than one million people were out The social effects of unemployment in Teesside book work in Britain, rising in the early s to three million registered unemployed.

Rethinking Social Exclusion [Winlow, Simon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rethinking Social ExclusionCited by:   Nicholas’ study of the social effects of interwar unemployment on Teesside — published in the mids during the nadir of the Thatcher’s era — pointed to individual suffering and anxiety on the part of Teessiders cloaked by overt resilience.

The social effects of unemployment in Teesside, (Manchester University Press, ) Potts, David. "Unemployed workers in Adelaide: Assessing the impact of the s depression." Australian Historical Studies 19#74 (): Smith, Llewellyn. The new survey of London life and labour (London, –).

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Work, Consumption and Culture: Affluence and Social Change in the Twenty-First Century. The social effects of unemployment in Teesside book, The Social Effects of Unemployment on Teesside, (Mancheste r: ), p25 12 ‘ Minute Book, Directors No ’, Bolckow Vaughan Co L td, 13/3/13 TA, p   Tracy Shildrick is a Professor of Sociology at Teesside University.

She has researched and written widely around issues to do with young people, poverty and worklessness. Robert MacDonald is Professor of Sociology at Teesside University.

He has long-standing research interests in the areas of youth transitions, social exclusion and unemployment. Of 1, Stockton-on-Tees’ residents that gained a graduate or post-graduate qualification in49% studied at Teesside University.

80% of graduates who lived in Stockton-on-Tees prior to starting higher education found employment or were due to start employment 6. Last week councils across the Teesside area were told by Government watchdogs to do better in improving skill levels, boosting business numbers and cutting unemployment.

The Audit Commission recognised the five unitary council and partner organisations have worked well to tackle the effects of the recession. EXCLUSIVE: Middlesbrough is the most deprived town in the country, Mirror figures reveal, ranking poorly for crime and anti-social behaviour, unemployment and unhealthiness.

Kate Nicholas is the author of Sea Changed ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 4 reviews), Sea Changed ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews), Kate and Gin (/5. Rethinking Social Exclusion maps a precise route between and beyond the dual traditions of Europe - social exclusion as a phenomenon produced by the rise of neoliberalism - and the United States - social exclusion as an experience shaped by urban segregation.

This superb book not only re-positions and, crucially, re-politicizes both producers 5/5(1). Psychology Press, - Social Science - pages 0 Reviews Reflects the change within sociology from studying youth as self-contained instigators of change to examining the role they have come to play as the target of official, rather than popular or media, attention.

School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law. Teesside University; Overview; Fingerprint; Network; Profiles () Projects (32) TeesRep () Press / Media () Student theses (33) Research Output Article; Chapter; Book; Paper; More.

92 Other contribution. Teesside has been given some pre-Christmas cheer on the jobs front, with unemployment in the area falling for the eighth month in a row.

In November. years of grow th in aviation and more recently air pollution and the health effects of air pollution from aircraft and land based transport have begun to cause concern.

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Welfare reforms could cost region £m a year from Teesside University’s Social Futures Institute, was one of the academics who took part in the study. many years and there is a lot of concern about the impact this will have on this region where we have higher rates of unemployment and more public sector jobs which is where we are.

Philip Whitehead is a reader in criminal and social justice at Teesside University in Middlesbrough, UK. Previously he worked for the probation service for 26 years. Since the s he has researched various aspects of the criminal justice system, and is the author of seven book Pages: Tim Blackman is Dean of Social Sciences and Law and Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Teesside, Middlesbrough, U.K.

After completing his Ph.D. at the University of Durham, he worked as a community worker in Belfast, subsequently joining the University of Ulster, where he was active in the community planning movement.

Tracy Shildrick is a Professor of Sociology at Teesside University. She has researched and written widely around issues to do with young people, poverty and worklessness. Robert MacDonald is Professor of Sociology at Teesside University. He has long-standing research interests in the areas of youth transitions, social exclusion and unemployment.

The study suggests that even though higher education leads to higher income, which allows better access to better health care, the differences in income account for only 20% of the impact of higher education on health behaviors.

More educated people tend to be better informed and make a better choice when it comes to health related issues. This book is the first of its kind to examine the relationship between social exclusion, poverty and the labour market.

It challenges long-standing and dominant myths about ‘the workless’ and ‘the poor’, by exploring close-up the lived realities of life in low-pay, no-pay Britain. It was 75 years ago that the publisher Victor Gollancz commissioned George Orwell to write a book about the effects of mass unemployment in the depression-era north of England.

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State & Area experience in related occupation: None. North East England is one of nine official regions of England at the first level of NUTS for statistical purposes. It covers Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear, and the area of the former county of Cleveland in North region is home to three large conurbations: Teesside, Wearside, and Tyneside, the last of which is the largest of the three and the eighth most populous Constituent country: England.

Underpaid, easy to sack: UK's second class workforce "The epidemic of agency employment threatens both our economic and social fabric. Author: Felicity Lawrence. Rethinking Social Exclusion maps a precise route between and beyond the dual traditions of Europe - social exclusion as a phenomenon produced by the rise of neoliberalism - and the United States - social exclusion as an experience shaped by urban segregation.

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Social class also continues to exert an influence on take-up of educational activity outside the compulsory, e.g. other recent research at the University of Teesside (Simpson, ), indicates a relationship between the socio-educational level of the home and the number of voluntary extra study support sessions children attended, with the Cited by:.

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