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the semantic role of the animate entity that is passively involved in the happening denoted by the verb in the clause

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The Effect of Child Care Costs on the Labor Force Participation and Welfare Recipiency of Single Mothers: Implications for Welfare Reform.
Stuck with welfare-long term social assistance recipiency in Sweden.
The latter considers both the recipiency rate (beneficiaries as a share of statewide unemployment) and the replacement rate (weekly benefits as a proportion of weekly wages).
Welfare Recipiency and Savings Outcomes in Individual Development Accounts, 28 Soc.
Despite low food stamp recipiency, the vast majority of mothers in this sample appear to meet the gross income criteria for food stamp eligibility.
Moreover, although the program was not means-tested, there were small differences in recipiency rates between middle and high income neighborhoods.
Hirsch, MacPherson, and Dumond (1997), using individual level data, report elasticities of workers' compensation recipiency with respect to the replacement rate for both union and nonunion samples.
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.
As a result, state recipiency rates (insured unemployed as a share of total unemployed) varies widely.
The harsh administration of the breaching provisions associated with welfare recipiency is one indication of this.
Concentrations of "bad" neighbourhood characteristics--such as high unemployment and welfare recipiency, and low educational levels--have an external effect beyond the families concerned.
Country-of-Origin, Type of Public Assistance and Patterns of Welfare Recipiency Among U.
AFDC rolls have continued to rise, even in times of economic growth, and concern has grown about long stays on AFDC and multi-generational recipiency by some families.
Despite these expansions of eligibility, Medicaid coverage is almost exclusively tied to AFDC recipiency among female heads.