who participate), tend to be higher than recipiency
rates, but are more
Thus, these two different types of responses namely, partial repetition of the prior speaker's most immediate utterance and minimal acknowledgment tokens in the conversation are named respectively as 'active listenership' and 'passive recipiency
' on the basis of their different interactional functions.
(5.) The recipiency
rate in Figure 2.8 is higher than in Figure 2.7 due to the inclusion of veterans and SSI recipients and exclusion of the over-65 population.
Chart 7 traces four series over the 1979-2003 period showing recipiency
rates and replacement rates.
Despite low food stamp recipiency
, the vast majority of mothers in this sample appear to meet the gross income criteria for food stamp eligibility.
He sees the earliest examples of patronage in this period as forms of gift exchange within a hierarchical culture in which the lines of patronage and recipiency
are clearly delineated.
such as tax compliance or welfare recipiency
, in which there are a large
As a result, state recipiency
rates (insured unemployed as a share of total unemployed) varies widely.
The share of the needy (pre-tax and pre-transfer poor) population receiving welfare was cut nearly in half; the share receiving Food Stamps declined by one-quarter; and the share of pre-transfer poor children receiving SSI declined by about 9 percent (on a very low base of less than 4 percent recipiency
The harsh administration of the breaching provisions associated with welfare recipiency
is one indication of this.
"Workers' Compensation Recipiency
in Union and Nonunion Workplaces." Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol.
* The recipiency
rate for TANF fell from 5.4 percent to 3.2 percent during the same five years, while food stamp recipiency
rates dropped from 10.5 percent to 7.3 percent.