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The special issue focuses on the impact of antipoverty measures-accounting for social and structural dimensions in the poverty experience and moving beyond an income-only focus-in five country cases: China, India, Norway, Uganda, and the United States. Particularly, we focus on the implications of shame in the delivery of antipoverty measures, as an individual and social phenomenon that relates to feelings of self-inadequacy, as well to a lack of dignity and recognition. We analyze deliverydoi:10.3167/ijsq.2016.060202 fatcat:eh363qm7qvhkxn6lrcww3t5deq