Journal of Poverty and Social Justice

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Poverty and Social Justice is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
‘We are constantly overdrawn, despite not spending money on anything other than bills and food’: a mixed-methods, participatory study of food and food insecurity in the context of income inequality13
Universal Basic Income is affordable and feasible: evidence from UK economic microsimulation modelling112
‘Who cares about Valley people?’ Lived experiences of energy vulnerability in the South Wales Valleys11
‘Period poverty’ in Stoke-on-Trent, UK: new insights into gendered poverty and the lived experiences of austerity11
The moral maze of food bank use10
Impact of COVID-19 lockdown and social distancing policies on small businesses in south-eastern Nigeria: whither the stimulus packages?9
The impact of precarious employment on the health and wellbeing of UK immigrants: a systematic review9
Stigma and emergency and community food assistance: ‘But… beggars can’t be choosers’7
Medicalisation and psychologisation of poverty? An analysis of the scientific poverty discourse from 1956 to 20175
How do people understand the causes of poverty and wealth? A revised structural dimensionality of the attributions about poverty and wealth scales5
Rural household food security status and its determinants in Libokemkem woreda of the Amhara region, North Western Ethiopia4
Universal Credit and the invalidation of mental health problems: claimant and Jobcentre Plus staff experiences3
‘The do-gooders and scroungers’: examining narratives of foodbank use in online local press coverage in the West Midlands, UK3
Multidimensional poverty in Kolkata’s slums: towards data driven decision making in a medium-sized NGO3
The limits of burden-reducing policies: a case study of unemployment insurance during the COVID-19 crisis in Israel3
The UK – a home for Ukrainians? An analysis of social security and housing policy3
Putting gender and capabilities into the equation: transformative evaluation for enhancing social justice2
How government sees couples on Universal Credit: a critical gender perspective2
Protection and support for survivors of modern slavery in the UK: assessing current provision and what we need to change2
The influence of political ideology on stereotypes, meta-stereotypes and causal attributions of homelessness in Spain2
The making of irregular migration: post-Brexit immigration policy and risk of labour exploitation2
Children’s centres, families and food insecurity in times of crisis2
Take-up of social security benefits: past, present – and future?2
How are employers represented in and affected by the policymaking of in-work benefits? Policy stakeholders’ views in Hong Kong2
Does home equity liquidation reduce older adults’ poverty rate? Evidence from South Korea2
Association between poverty indicators and social relations2
Childcare costs and Universal Credit: awareness, affordability and the challenge of an embedded system2
The use of the consensual approach for the improvement of existing multidimensional poverty data in Latin America: an illustration based on data from the City of Buenos Aires2
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