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Interviews in the social sciences
E Knott, AH Rao, K Summers, C Teeger
Nature Reviews Methods Primers 2 (1), 73, 2022
2872022
Universal simplicity? The alleged simplicity of Universal Credit from administrative and claimant perspectives
K Summers, D Young
Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 28 (2), 169-186, 2020
252020
Claimants’ experiences of the social security system during the first wave of COVID-19
K Summers, LC Scullion, B Baumberg Geiger, D Robertshaw, D Edmiston, ...
232021
Mediating the claim? How ‘local ecosystems of support’shape the operation and experience of UK social security
D Edmiston, D Robertshaw, D Young, J Ingold, A Gibbons, K Summers, ...
Social Policy & Administration 56 (5), 775-790, 2022
212022
Living on Different Incomes in London: Can public consensus identify a ‘riches line’?
A Davis, K Hecht, T Burchardt, I Gough, D Hirsch, K Rowlingson, ...
CASE Report, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (LSE), 2020
212020
For the greater good? Ethical reflections on interviewing the ‘rich’and ‘poor’in qualitative research
K Summers
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 23 (5), 593-602, 2020
192020
Non-take-up of benefits at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
B Geiger, L Scullion, K Summers, P Martin, C Lawler, D Edmiston, ...
Welfare at a Social Distance Project, 2021
182021
Who are the new COVID-19 cohort of benefit claimants?: Welfare at a (Social) Distance Rapid Report# 2
D Edmiston, BB Geiger, R de Vries, LC Scullion, K Summers, J Ingold, ...
182020
Solidarity in a crisis? Trends in attitudes to benefits during COVID-19
R de Vries, B Baumberg Geiger, LC Scullion, K Summers, D Edmiston, ...
152021
Navigating pandemic social security: Benefits, employment and crisis support during COVID-19
D Edmiston, D Robertshaw, AR Gibbons, J Ingold, B Baumberg Geiger, ...
132021
The long and short of it: The temporal significance of wealth and income
K Hecht, K Summers
Social Policy & Administration 55 (4), 732-746, 2021
112021
Deliberating inequality: a blueprint for studying the social formation of beliefs about economic inequality
K Summers, F Accominotti, T Burchardt, K Hecht, E Mann, J Mijs
Social Justice Research 35 (4), 379-400, 2022
92022
Solidarity in a crisis
R de Vries, B Baumberg Geiger, L Scullion, K Summers, D Edmiston, ...
Trends in attitudes to benefits during COVID-19, 2021
92021
Hunger and the welfare state: Food insecurity among benefit claimants in the UK
B Geiger, D Edmiston, L Scullion, K Summers, R de Vries, J Ingold, ...
Welfare at a Social Distance Project, 2021
52021
Money and meaning: how working-age social security recipients understand and use their money
KE Summers
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2018
52018
Guiding principles for social security policy: Outcomes from a bottom‐up approach
M Orton, K Summers, R Morris
Social Policy & Administration 56 (3), 485-501, 2022
42022
Welfare at a (Social) Distance: accessing social security and employment support during COVID-19 and its aftermath
D Robertshaw, K Summers, L Scullion, D Edmiston, BB Geiger, ...
COVID-19 COLLABORATIONS, 30, 2022
32022
Claimants’ experiences of the social security system during the first wave
K Summers, LC Scullion, B Baumberg Geiger, D Robertshaw, D Edmiston, ...
Date 2021 USIR is a digital collection of the research output of the …, 2021
3*2021
At the edge of the safety net: Unsuccessful benefits claims at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
B Baumberg Geiger, L Sullion, K Summers, P Martin, C Lawler, ...
Welfare at a (Social) Distance project, 2020
32020
The Commission on Social Security and participatory research during the pandemic: new context, abiding challenges
R Morris, E Morrison, M Orton, K Summers
COVID-19 COLLABORATIONS, 193, 2022
22022
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