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  • Maureen Eger | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    for Right wing Studies at the University of California Berkeley as well as the Department of Sociology at the University of Washington Dr Eger s current research on European immigration is funded by Sveriges Riksbankens jubileumsfond RJ and the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation MMW Research Publications Essays and Articles Kulin Joakim Maureen A Eger and Mikael Hjerm 2016 Immigration or Welfare The Progressive s Dilemma Revisited Socius Sociological Research for a Dynamic World vol 2 2378023116632223 Eger Maureen A and Sarah Valdez 2015 Neo nationalism in Western Europe European Sociological Review 31 1 115 130 Kornrich Sabino and Maureen A Eger 2014 Family Life in Context Men and Women s Perceptions of Fairness and Satisfaction Across Thirty Countries Social Politics International Studies in Gender State Society DOI 10 1093 sp jxu030 Bohman Andrea Maureen A Eger and Mikael Hjerm 2013a En attitydfråga Axess Magasin 5 46 49 Bohman Andrea Maureen A Eger and Mikael Hjerm 2013b Europa tycker olika Axess Magasin 5 50 53 Eger Maureen A 2010 Even in Sweden The Effect of Immigration on Support for Welfare State Spending European Sociological Review 26 2 203 217 Eger Maureen 2008 The Butterfly Effect The Iraq War and Asylum Seeking in Sweden WES Northwest The Newsletter of the Center for West European Studies and the European Union Center of Excellence at University of Washington 15 1 8 11 Breznau Nate and Maureen A Eger Forthcoming Immigrant Presence Group Boundaries and Support for the Welfare State in Western European Societies Acta Sociologica Graduate Dissertations Eger Maureen A 2010 Ethnic Heterogeneity and the Limits of Altruism PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Committee Michael Hechter Chair Christine Ingebritsen GSR Lowell Hargens Edgar Kiser Steve Pfaff Share Print PDF Related Fields Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Immigration Institutions Nationalism Political Sociology

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/people/maureen-eger (2016-04-27)
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  • Saving Children and Controlling Families: Punishment, Redistribution and Child Protection | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    and Controlling Families Punishment Redistribution and Child Protection American Sociological Review This study shows that state efforts at child protection are structured by the policy regimes in which they are enmeshed Using administrative data on child protection criminal justice and social welfare interventions I show that children are separated from their families and placed into foster care far more frequently in states with extensive and punitive criminal justice systems than in states with broad and generous welfare programs However large welfare bureaucracies interact with welfare program enrollment to create opportunities for the surveillance of families suggesting that extensive and administratively complex welfare states engage in soft social control through the surveillance and regulation of family behavior The paper further shows that institutionalization a particularly restrictive form of foster care placement is least common in states with broad and generous welfare regimes and generally more common under punitive regimes Taken together these findings show that policy regimes influence the interaction between families and the state both through their proximate effects on family structure and well being and through their institutional effects that delimit the routines and scripts through which policymakers and street level bureaucrats intervene to protect children People Involved Frank Edwards Status of Research Forthcoming Research Type Publications Essays and Articles Related Fields Children Youth and Families Deviance and Social Control Political Sociology Social Welfare Share Print PDF Related Fields Children Youth and Families Deviance and Social Control Political Sociology Social Welfare Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/publications/saving-children-and-controlling-families-punishment-redistribution-and-child-protection (2016-04-27)
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