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Austerity, Women and the Role of the StateLived Experiences of the Crisis$
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Vicki Dabrowski

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781529210521

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781529210521.001.0001

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Navigating Through Austerity

Navigating Through Austerity

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(p.69) 3 Navigating Through Austerity
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Austerity, Women and the Role of the State
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Vicki Dabrowski

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781529210521.003.0004

This chapter reveals how women respond to and navigate through the effects of austerity measures. It highlights the commonalities in women's navigation strategies, but also where and how these approaches diverge, with particular attention paid towards the strategies employed by single mothers. Here, divergent accounts of varieties of austerity as lived come into view, from women changing their shopping habits in fairly minor ways, to the use of foodbanks and informal loans. Ultimately, this chapter discusses five sections of this book, each of which explore the different ways and the extent to which these women are navigating through austerity. It is through such a nuanced analysis that we can further understand both the commonalities and divergences in women's experiences.

Keywords:   austerity measures, single mothers, austerity, foodbanks, nuanced analysis, shopping habits, women's experiences

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