Alasdair B R Stewart
Alasdair B R Stewart
Research Associate, University of Glasgow
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The impact of conditionality on the welfare rights of EU migrants in the UK
PJ Dwyer, L Scullion, K Jones, A Stewart
Policy & Politics 47 (1), 133-150, 2019
Disabled children and the child protection system: A cause for concern
J Taylor, K Stalker, A Stewart
Child abuse review 25 (1), 60-73, 2016
A study of disabled children and child protection in Scotland—A hidden group?
K Stalker, J Taylor, D Fry, ABR Stewart
Children and youth services review 56, 126-134, 2015
Permanence for disabled children and young people through foster care and adoption: A selective review of international literature
V Welch, C Jones, K Stalker, A Stewart
Children and Youth Services Review 53, 137-146, 2015
Work, welfare, and wellbeing: The impacts of welfare conditionality on people with mental health impairments in the UK
P Dwyer, L Scullion, K Jones, J McNeill, ABR Stewart
Social Policy & Administration 54 (2), 311-326, 2020
Punitive benefit sanctions, welfare conditionality, and the social abuse of unemployed people in Britain: Transforming claimants into offenders?
S Wright, DR Fletcher, ABR Stewart
Social Policy & Administration 54 (2), 278-294, 2020
Disabled children and child protection in Scotland: An investigation into the relationship between professional practice, child protection and disability
J Taylor, K Stalker, D Fry, A Stewart
Scottish Government, 2014
Welfare conditionality and disabled people in the UK: claimants' perspectives
J McNeill, L Scullion, K Jones, A Stewart
Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 25 (2), 177-180, 2017
First wave findings: disability and conditionality
P Dwyer, K Jones, J McNeill, L Scullion, A Stewart
York: University of York, 2016
First wave findings: jobseekers
S Wright, ABR Stewart
Welfare conditionality: Sanctions, support and behaviour change, 2016
Final Findings: Universal Credit
S Wright, P Dwyer, K Jones, J McNeill, L Scullion, ABR Stewart
Project Report. York: Welfare Conditionality, 2018
Housing rites: young people’s experience of conditional pathways out of homelessness
ABR Stewart
Housing Studies 34 (7), 1117-1139, 2019
Conditionality briefing: unemployed people
A Stewart, S Wright
Welfare Conditionality: sanctions, support and behaviour change, 2014
Final findings: jobseekers
ABR Stewart, S Wright
York, University of York, 2018
Disabled children’s experiences of the child protection system’
J Taylor, K Stalker, A Stewart
Child Abuse Review 25 (1), 60-73, 2015
Final findings: Disabled people
P Dwyer, K Jones, J Mcneill, L Scullion, AB Stewart
Welfare Conditionality: Sanctions, support and behaviour change. URL: http …, 2018
Final findings report: Welfare Conditionality Project–
P Dwyer, E Batty, J Blenkinsopp, S Fitzpatrick, D Fletcher, J Flint, ...
York: Welfare Conditionality Project, online at: http://www …, 2018
Managing a tenancy: Young people's pathways into and sustaining independent tenancies from homelessness
ABR Stewart
University of Stirling, 2013
First wave findings Universal Credit
S Wright, P Dwyer, J McNeill, A Stewart
Research Report, 2016
Althusser's Structuralism and a Theory of Class
A Stewart
Critique 36 (3), 421-443, 2008
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