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Ian Miles Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex March 1985 What Sort of Social Costs?
Figure 1 The ‘Impacts’ of Unemployment
Figure Well-Being Researching Unemployment and individual2 Factors Confounding Relationships Between Unemployment and Well-Being
Figure 3 Strategies of Research Into Costs of Unemployment
Figure 4 Some Results of the OPCS Longitudinal Survey
Understanding the Costs of Unemployment
Jahoda’s Analysis of the Impacts of Unemployment
Enduring Features of the Psychological Impacts of Unemployment
Five Categories of Experience Provided by Employment
Who Else Is Affected?
Needs sorting out
Figure 6 Relations Between Access to Categories of Experience and General Health Questionnaire Scores
Figure 7 Model of the Psychological Impacts of Unemployment
Some Policy Issues
Check Footnote – Morris (1983a,b)
Figure 8 Local Policy Initiatives Concerning Unemployment Policies aimed at Unemployment’s:
Circumstances Policies aimed at:
No footnote - check