The purpose of this theoretical study is to call into question the popular and largely uncontested ideas of social inclusion and exclusion. In this paper, Luann Good Gingrich examines the idea of social exclusion as it is commonly applied in policy production and discourse, and seeks to uncover foundational assumptions and beliefs that are rooted in neo-liberal market ideology. By L.G. Gingrich

Originally appeared in Canadian Review of Social Policy/Revue Canadienne de politique sociale.

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