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Non-take-up of social support and the implications for social policies
This dissertation takes an important step in understanding the phenomenon of non-take-up of social support and what it means for contemporary social policies.
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Non-take-up of social support and its implications for social policies
Bureaucracy and fragmented social care system mean people do not receive the help they need
In his PhD research in the field of public administration, Mark Reijnders looked at why people do not receive the help they need. They lose their way in the labyrinthine support system or become bogged down in bureaucracy. In public administration this is known as non-take-up of social care. PhD defence…
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