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Lives in Work: Social Housing Tenants' Experiences of Employment and Unemployment

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Lives in Work : Social Housing Tenants' Experiences of Employment and Unemployment. / Rugg, Julie Joyce; Kellaher, Leonie.

London : Real London Lives, 2015. 61 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Rugg, JJ & Kellaher, L 2015, Lives in Work: Social Housing Tenants' Experiences of Employment and Unemployment. Real London Lives, London.

APA

Rugg, J. J., & Kellaher, L. (2015). Lives in Work: Social Housing Tenants' Experiences of Employment and Unemployment. London: Real London Lives.

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Rugg JJ, Kellaher L. Lives in Work: Social Housing Tenants' Experiences of Employment and Unemployment. London: Real London Lives, 2015. 61 p.

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Rugg, Julie Joyce ; Kellaher, Leonie. / Lives in Work : Social Housing Tenants' Experiences of Employment and Unemployment. London : Real London Lives, 2015. 61 p.

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