R.I.C.E. – An Integrated Model of Welfare Deservingness Perceptions

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R.I.C.E. – An Integrated Model of Welfare Deservingness Perceptions
Author(s)
Knotz Carlo, Gandenberger Mia, Bonoli Giuliano, Fossati Flavia
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nccr-onthemove.ch
Issued date
06/04/2020
Number
26
Language
english
Abstract
Research on deservingness perceptions is currently one of the most vibrant areas in the field of welfare state analysis. In this manuscript, we critically assess the state-of-the-art in this field of research and, in particular, the two dominant theoretical approaches, the C.A.R.I.N. framework and the ‘deservingness heuristics’ model. In doing so, we identify some important problems, including conceptual ambiguities and an insufficient explicit integration of the two theoretical models. We suggest a revised and integrated theoretical framework, which we believe provides a way to resolve these issues. Our model suggests four criteria to inform deservingness perceptions: Reciprocity, Identity, Control, and Effort (R.I.C.E.). We provide vidence for our model in the form of vignette experiments administered to online panels in the US and Germany.
Keywords
Welfare state, attitudes, deservingness heuristic, C.A.R.I.N
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Yes
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Swiss National Science Foundation
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