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‘All in it Together’? Social Cohesion in a Divided Society: Attitudes to Income Inequality and Redistribution in a Residential Context – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 June 2014

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The following acknowledgement was omitted from the original article;

Acknowledgements

The research on which this paper was based was funded by an ESRC grant, ‘The impact of neighbourhood context on attitudes to inequality and redistribution’ (RES-000-22-4192). BSAS 2009 data were originally created by NatCen (2011) and were accessed via the UK Data Archive. Census data is Crown Copyright and is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO. None of these organisations has any responsibility for the design or conduct of this study, nor for any views expressed in the article.

References

Kearns, et al.‘All in it Together’? Social Cohesion in a Divided Society: Attitudes to Income Inequality and Redistribution in a Residential Context. Journal of Social Policy, 43: 3, 453–77.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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