Daniela Tepe-Belfrage

Lecturer in Sociology, Criminology and Social Policy, University of Liverpool

The power relations of debt: care and resistance

Daniela Tepe-Belfrage & Johnna Montgomerie - 18 July 2017

Rethinking debt and how it is ‘cared for’ reveals its gendered, classed and racialised nature

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The political economy of ‘good parenting’

Daniela Tepe-Belfrage, Alex Nunn & Shirin Rai - 08 September 2015

‘Good parenting’ is grounded in a white middle-class ideal of what the family is and thus shifts responsibility for nurturing from society to individuals, mostly women

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Rethinking Recovery I: Inequality and insecurity in UK households

Genevieve LeBaron, Johnna Montgomerie & Daniela Tepe-Belfrage - 03 June 2015

This is the first in a series of ten SPERI Comments on the theme of rethinking recovery.  In this introductory post the authors warn that measurements of, and debates about, economic recovery in the UK have tended to overlook deepening inequality along the lines of class, gender, race, ability, age and sexuality.

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Discovering and discussing the hidden costs of recovery

Genevieve LeBaron & Daniela Tepe-Belfrage - 10 February 2015

Forthcoming seminars at SPERI will endeavour to rethink recovery in a radical way, taking gender and social reproduction fully into account

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‘Troubled Families’ or ‘Troubled Bankers’?

Daniela Tepe-Belfrage & Johnna Montgomerie - 03 December 2014

There is no end to welfare in sight; yet welfare is no longer for the poor

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