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Banking as an industry and banks as organizations play central roles in determining access to credit and routine retail banking. However, the persistence of well-documented inequalities necessitates questions about how banks provide access. Through in-depth interviews with 36 bank employees, we...
Frontline staff play a critical role in welfare-to-work delivery, making decisions about who gets selected for which supports and sanctions. Research on these street-level bureaucrats shows them rarely implementing policy exactly as written. Instead, they bring differing valuation frames and...
Social service fields have been revolutionized by the recognition of widespread exposure to trauma and its harmful consequences for the populations they serve. Organizations have responded by adopting trauma-informed care (TIC) practices. To date, most research on TIC has been conducted with...
As climate change intensifies, analyzing the barriers to disaster recovery faced by marginalized communities is increasingly important. Using in-depth interviews from the Understanding Communities of Deep Disadvantage project, a community-level investigation of disadvantage in the United States,...
When an individual’s experience is discredited and their views silenced in conversation, epistemic injustice ensues, resulting in an ontological attack on the individual’s human dignity. I examine how social workers claim to know and construct the facts of clients’ experiences, subsequently...
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