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“…The "Bedroom Tax," for instance, penalized social housing tenants deemed to under-occupy their property (Bogue 2019), while a new streamlined system of benefits called Universal Credit brought insecurities commonly associated with the market into the heart of the social state (Koch and Reeves 2021). Austerity policies have rightly been characterized as reductions in state-provided resources and support, often with disproportionate costs to women and ethnic minorities (Bogue 2019;Hall 2019). At the same time, however, and as we will show, such cutbacks have also involved an extension of the state's capacity to apply force in citizens' intimate lives.…”
Section: Authoritarianism Class and The Neoliberal Statementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The "Bedroom Tax," for instance, penalized social housing tenants deemed to under-occupy their property (Bogue 2019), while a new streamlined system of benefits called Universal Credit brought insecurities commonly associated with the market into the heart of the social state (Koch and Reeves 2021). Austerity policies have rightly been characterized as reductions in state-provided resources and support, often with disproportionate costs to women and ethnic minorities (Bogue 2019;Hall 2019). At the same time, however, and as we will show, such cutbacks have also involved an extension of the state's capacity to apply force in citizens' intimate lives.…”
Section: Authoritarianism Class and The Neoliberal Statementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Meanwhile, so-called welfare reforms hit the most vulnerable populations the hardest. The "Bedroom Tax," for instance, penalized social housing tenants deemed to under-occupy their property (Bogue 2019), while a new streamlined system of benefits called Universal Credit brought insecurities commonly associated with the market into the heart of the social state (Koch and Reeves 2021). Austerity policies have rightly been characterized as reductions in state-provided resources and support, often with disproportionate costs to women and ethnic minorities (Bogue 2019;Hall 2019).…”
Section: Authoritarianism Class and The Neoliberal Statementioning
confidence: 99%