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Free journal articles for one month – Policy Press

For February 2017 Policy Press are making their most read articles of 2016 free to read. You’ve got until the end of February 2017. Be quick!

Critical & Radical Social Work
Promoting activism through critical social work education: the impact of global capitalism and neoliberalism on social work and social work education

Assisted dying: the search for a good death

Social work in the teeth of a gale: a resilient counter-discourse in neoliberal times

A front-line mental health social work perspective on neoliberal workplace reform from the Community Care Act 1990 to the Care Act 2014

Psychologists Against Austerity: mobilising psychology for social change

Evidence & Policy
Why, whose, what and how? A framework for knowledge mobilisers

The future of Evidence & Policy: moving forward from Valencia

Factors that impact how civil society intermediaries perceive evidence

Mobilising knowledge in complex health systems: a call to action

Policy-relevant systematic reviews to strengthen health systems: models and mechanisms to support their production

Families, Relationships and Society
Let’s stop feeding the risk monster: Towards a social model of ‘child protection’

‘Realising the (troubled) family’, ‘crafting the neoliberal state’

“I know I’m a good mum – no one can tell me different.” Young mothers negotiating a stigmatised identity through time

An ordinary complexity of care: moving beyond ‘the family’ in research with children

Privileging biological or residential obligations in separated families: child maintenance policy approaches in 12 countries

Journal of Poverty and Social Justice
Gamers or victims of the system? Welfare reform, cynical manipulation and vulnerability

Beyond ‘mythbusting’: how to respond to myths and perceived undeservingness in the British benefits system

Culture or masculinity? Understanding gender-based violence in the UK

Stigma, shame and ‘people like us’: an ethnographic study of foodbank use in the UK

The catalytic potential of equality and human rights commissions

Policy & Politics
Working-class discourses of politics, policy and health: ‘I don’t smoke; I don’t drink. The only thing wrong with me is my health’

Evidence translation: an exploration of policy makers’ use of evidence

The ‘Scottish approach’ to policy and policymaking: what issues are territorial and what are universal?

Conceptualising the active welfare subject: welfare reform in discourse, policy and lived experience

Entangling and disentangling governance and the media

Voluntary Sector Review
Third sector independence: relations with the state in an age of austerity

The combination of ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ strategies in VSO–government partnerships: the relationship between Refugee Action and the Home Office in the UK

Where did we come from? The emergence and early development of voluntary sector studies in the UK

Legal limits on political campaigning by charities: drawing the line

Is this a new golden age of philanthropy? An assessment of the changing landscape

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