Linden, P.; Reibling, N.(2022): Unemployed + Sick = More Deserving? A Survey Experiment on How the Medicalization of Unemployment Affects Public Opinion. In: Front. Sociol. 7:738397. DOI: 10.3389/fsoc.2022.738397.

Ariaans, M; Reibling, N (2022): Constructions of Unemployed Individuals in German Parliamentary Debates on Active Labour Market Policy Reforms: A Comparative Analysis of 2003 and 2016. In: Social Policy and Society, 1–18. DOI: 10.1017/S1474746421000890.

Linden, P. (2021): How much Money is Appropriate? A Vignette Study on the Acceptance of Sanctions in SGB II. In: WSI 74 (6), 454–462. DOI: 10.5771/0342-300X-2021-6-454.

Ariaans, M.; Reibling, N. (2021): The Role of Health and Illness in the German Poverty Discourse – A Content Analysis of the Poverty and Wealth Reports. In: Zeitschrift für Sozialreform 67 (2), 123–152. DOI: 10.1515/zsr-2021-0005.

Reibling, N.; Ariaans, M.; Bleckmann, L.; Hamel, L.; Krayter, S.; Linden, P. (2020): Sick Unemployed – Same Benefits but Fewer Sanctions – Results of the Factorial Survey from the Junior Research Group “Medicalization and Psychologization of Social Problems”. FIS-Briefing Nr.7.

Krayter, S.; Reibling, N. (2020): Medicalisation and Psychologisation of Poverty? An Analysis of the Scientific Poverty Discourse from 1956 to 2017. In: Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 28 (3), 361–381. DOI: 10.1332/175982720X15979441697421.

Reibling, N. (2019): Engine and Brakes: European Welfare States and the Medicalization of Social Problems. In: Europe Now.

Linden, P.; Reibling, N.; Krayter, S. (2018): Rather Sick and Unemployed than “Just” Unemployed? The Effects of the Medicalization of Unemployed People on Stigmatization Processes. In: Zeitschrift für Sozialreform 64 (4), 431–461. DOI: 10.1515/zsr-2018-0022.

In Progress:

Reibling N. & Ariaans M. (Eds.) (2022): Towards a biopsychosocial welfare state? How medicine and psychology transform social policy. Palgrave Macmillan