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Motive Attribution and the Moral Politics of the Welfare State

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KEVINS, Anthony, Alexander HORN, Carsten JENSEN, Kees VAN KERSBERGEN, 2020. Motive Attribution and the Moral Politics of the Welfare State. In: Journal of Social Policy. Cambridge University Press. 49(1), pp. 145-165. ISSN 0047-2794. eISSN 1469-7823. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S0047279419000175

@article{Kevins2020-01Motiv-50831, title={Motive Attribution and the Moral Politics of the Welfare State}, year={2020}, doi={10.1017/S0047279419000175}, number={1}, volume={49}, issn={0047-2794}, journal={Journal of Social Policy}, pages={145--165}, author={Kevins, Anthony and Horn, Alexander and Jensen, Carsten and van Kersbergen, Kees} }

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