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Sophie Danneris
Sophie Danneris
Research Fellow (post doc), Aalborg University
Verified email at socsci.aau.dk
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Ready to work (yet)? Unemployment trajectories among vulnerable welfare recipients
S Danneris
Qualitative Social Work 17 (3), 355-372, 2018
542018
Bringing the client back in: A comparison between political rationality and the experiences of the unemployed
S Danneris, M Herup Nielsen
Social Policy & Administration 52 (7), 1441-1454, 2018
402018
Exploring the ingredients of success: studying trajectories of the vulnerable unemployed who have entered work or education in Denmark
S Danneris, D Caswell
Social Policy and Society 18 (4), 615-629, 2019
362019
Reconsidering ‘what works’ in welfare-to-work with the vulnerable unemployed: the potential of relational causality as an alternative approach
T Dall, S Danneris
Social Policy and Society 18 (4), 583-596, 2019
252019
Expressing and responding to self-efficacy in meetings between clients and social work professionals
S Danneris, T Dall
Nordic Social Work Research 7 (2), 115-140, 2017
232017
Waiting and temporal control: The temporal experience of long-term unemployment
LO Nielsen, S Danneris, M Monrad
Time & Society 30 (2), 176-197, 2021
192021
One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Diversifying research on active labor market policies
S Danneris
Social Work & Society 14 (1), 2016
132016
Er du klar til at arbejde? Et kvalitativt forløbsstudie af forandringer i arbejdsmarkedsparatheden blandt kontanthjælpsmodtagere på kanten af arbejdsmarkedet
S Danneris
Ph. d.-serien for Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Aalborg Universitet, 2016
122016
Spot på samtalen: Analyser af samtaler mellem aktivitetsparate kontanthjælpsmodtagere og beskæftigelsesmedarbejdere
SD Jensen, TD Jensen, D Caswell, SP Olesen
Væksthusets Forskningscenter, 2017
92017
Introduction: rethinking welfare-to-work for the long-term unemployed
M McGann, S Danneris, S O’Sullivan
Social Policy and Society 18 (4), 577-582, 2019
82019
Er du klar til at arbejde
S Danneris
Et kvalitativt forløbs, 2016
82016
The silent expansion of welfare to work policies: How policies are enhanced through the use of categorizations, evidence-based knowledge and self-governance
MH Nielsen, S Danneris, NA Andersen
Welfare to Work in Contemporary European Welfare States, 163-188, 2020
52020
Litteraturgennemgang
S Danneris, M Monrad
Forskningsmetode i socialt arbejde, 61-82, 2018
42018
På vej med nye beskæftigelsesindsatser for udsatte grupper: De første resultater fra LISES projektet
F Larsen, D Caswell, N Andersen, HB Kleif, KN Breidahl, SD Jensen, ...
3*2017
The silent expansion of WTW policies: How policies are enhanced through the use of categorizations, evidence-based knowledge and self-governance
MH Nielsen, S Danneris, N Andersen
Welfare to Work in Contemporary European Welfare States: Legal, Sociological …, 2020
12020
Neoliberalism Viewed from the Bottom Up: A Qualitative Longitudinal Study of Benefit Claimants’ Experiences of the Unemployment System
S Danneris
Rethinking Neoliberalism, 104-118, 2017
12017
Meningsfuldhed i beskæftigelsesindsatsen
TD Jensen, S Danneris
uden for nummer 2017 (34), 38-47, 2017
12017
Metodekombination som mulig tilgang til studiet af komplekse fænomener
SD Jensen
Tidsskrift for Arbejdsliv 16 (3), 53-69, 2014
12014
Fra revalidering til rehabilitering: Hvor blev revalideringsbegrebet af?
S Danneris, SP Olesen
Social Politik, 12-16, 2013
12013
Rethinking Welfare-to-Work for the Long-Term Unemployed Introduction
M McGann, S Danneris, S O'Sullivan
SOCIAL POLICY AND SOCIETY 18 (4), 577-582, 2019
2019
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