Breaking the chains of social exclusion?

Elsa Guedes Teixeira & Helena C. Araújo
This article focuses on the idiosyncratic pathways of the social and/or professional inclusion of women through a minimum income scheme, emphasising the impact of education and training in the attempt to break the cycle of social exclusion. The study of women’s inclusion takes into consideration the complexity of dispositions as well as their affective relations of care and/or carelessness, neglect or abuse. We present preliminary data from in-depth interviews, collected in northern Portugal, with women...
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