Matthew Donoghue
Matthew Donoghue
Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford
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TitleCited byYear
Resilience, hardship and social conditions
H Dagdeviren, M Donoghue, M Promberger
Journal of Social Policy 45 (1), 1-20, 2016
Welfare and cohesion contested: A critical discourse analysis of New Labour's reform programme
M Donoghue
British Politics 8 (1), 79-100, 2013
The narratives of hardship: the new and the old poor in the aftermath of the 2008 crisis in Europe
H Dagdeviren, M Donoghue, L Meier
The Sociological Review 65 (2), 369-385, 2017
Beyond hegemony: Elaborating on the use of Gramscian concepts in Critical Discourse Analysis for Political Studies
M Donoghue
Political Studies 66 (2), 392-408, 2018
Cohesion as ‘common sense’: Everyday narratives of community and cohesion in New Labour’s Britain
M Donoghue
Politics 36 (3), 262-276, 2016
When rhetoric does not translate to reality: hardship, empowerment and the third sector in Austerity Localism
H Dagdeviren, M Donoghue, A Wearmouth
The Sociological Review 67 (1), 143-160, 2019
Resilience, Agency and Coping with Hardship: Evidence from Europe during the Great Recession
H Dagdeviren, M Donoghue
Journal of Social Policy, 1-21, 2018
'Cohesion'in the context of welfare and citizenship: discourse, policy and common sense
M Donoghue
Oxford Brookes University, 2014
Gritty citizens? Exploring the logic and limits of resilience in UK social policy during times of socio-material insecurity
M Donoghue, D Edmiston
Critical Social Policy, 0261018319825547, 2019
Resilience, Agency and Coping with Hardship: Evidence from Europe during the Great Recession—CORRIGENDUM
H Dagdeviren, M Donoghue
Journal of Social Policy 48 (1), 205-205, 2019
Back to the future of community cohesion? Learning from New Labour
M Donoghue
Social policy review 30: Analysis and debate in social policy, 2018, 229, 2018
Gender, Ethnicity and Migration
UK WP11, M Donoghue
Communities, Participation and Politics
M Donoghue
We need a minimum standard of living for all citizens if we wish to achieve community cohesion
M Donoghue
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
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