- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction: poverty and social exclusion in the UK
OneMeasuring poverty in the UK
TwoThe impoverishment of youth: poverty, deprivation and social exclusion among young adults in the UK
ThreeImprovement for some: poverty and social exclusion among older people and pensioners
FourWhich men and women are poor? Gender, poverty and social exclusion
FiveBetter understandings of ethnic variations: ethnicity, poverty and social exclusion
SixImproving lives? Child poverty and social exclusion
SevenThe cost of children: parents, poverty, and social support
EightA worsening picture: poverty and social exclusion and disabled people
NineDevolution and North/South division: poverty and social exclusion in the countries and regions of the UK
TenMore similarities than differences: poverty and social exclusion in rural and urban locations
- Conclusion: innovating methods, informing policy and challenging stigma
- Technical appendix
Volume 1 – The nature and extent of the problem
- Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK: Vol 1
- Esther Dermott, Gill Main
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