Social Change and the Experience of Unemployment

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INDEX
Aberdeen5, 31, 337, 339, 341, 345
before oil 45-6
collectivism 305, 307, 312, 325, 327
council housing 312
economic success 59, 61-2
husband's unemployment/wife's non- employment 159, 161, 180
industrial change 64-5
labour market insecurity 305
oil bonanza 47-8, 55
service sector employment 62
unemployment 55, 307; and
psychological health 198
activity patterns 247-8
ADI (Anxiety-Depression-Irritation) scale 196
age 171, 192, 289-91
difference between husbands and wives 161
marriage 268, 275-6, 277, 284
youngest child 133
agency theory 208-9
Aitkin, M.173
Allison, P. D.69, 173, 174
Alvaro, J. L.196
Amir, Y.196
Anderson, D. A.173
Andersen, E. B.186 n.
Anwar, M.34
Asher, H. B.71
Asians 34, 57, 161, 280
Atkinson, A. B.10
Atkinson, J.61
Axelrod, W. L.196
Bakke, E. W.209, 231, 232
Balakrishnan, T. R.270, 278
Banks, M. H.198, 220
Barrère-Maurisson, M.154, 157
Barron, R. D.205
Barry, J.154 n.
Baseline Employers Survey 337, 343
Beale, N.265
Bean, C. R.9
Beck Depression Inventory scores 194
Becker, G. S.269, 270
Bell, C.21, 23, 157
benefits 8, 10, 11, 12, 116, 301
benefit earnings ratio 10
claiming 190
disincentive effects 10, 142
effect 10, 11, 12
entitlement to 158
job acquisition and 142-5
replacement ratio 145
reservation wage 10
social security 7, 9, 10, 11, 142, 158, 159, 172, 184, 202, 317-20
supplementary allowance 158
'twelve month' effect 180
unemployment insurance 188
Berg, S. V.156
Blackburn, R. M.195
Blau, P. M.71
Blossfeld, H. -P.69
Bonney, N.45
Bourdieu, P.71
Bowley, A.39
Brenner, M. H.192
Breslow, N. E.291
Bumpass, L. L.277, 278
Burchell, B.18, 19, 59, 199, 205, 209, 265
Burchell, L.188n.
Burgoyne, J.264, 268
Burnett, N. G.278
Callender, C.266
capital 4
financial, growth of 36
first phase of accumulation 35
human 71-5, 81, 111

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