Social Citizenship and Social Security Fraud in the UK and Australia

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on the overlap between crime and social policy that is highlighted by the case of social security fraud. Using a comparative perspective, the chapter considers the extent to which social security fraud legislation in the UK and Australia diminishes the ability of social security claimants to attain social citizenship.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCrime and Social Policy
EditorsHazel Kemshall
Pages112-128
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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McKeever, G. (2012). Social Citizenship and Social Security Fraud in the UK and Australia. In H. Kemshall (Ed.), Crime and Social Policy (pp. 112-128)