I am delighted that the book from this project ‘Gender, Work and Social Control: a century of disability benefits’ has won the Richard Titmuss book award 2020 from the Social Policy Association.
For more information about the award see here
I am honoured to receive this award for my book about the history of benefits decision making in the UK. The book discusses stories from people in the past but it also concerns people who struggle with the benefits system today. My research shows that social structures matter. During the current pandemic those struggles are even more evident.
You can order a copy of the book from the publisher at this link .Your library service may also be able to find a copy for you. To find out more about this research, have a look at some of the past blog posts on this site.