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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Care in everyday life.
Bristol : Policy, 2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Care in everyday life; Contents; About the author; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; What is care?; 2. Conceptual, philosophical and political perspectives on care; Concepts of the person; The moral principles of care; Care and justice; Communitarians and social capitalists; Conclusion; 3. Care in families; Giving and receiving care; Families in change and difficulty; Mothers, fathers and disabled children; The significance and ambivalence of care in old age; Conclusion; 4. Working at care; 'Choiceandcontrol' not 'careandprotection'; Care work in context; Care work and social justice. Care full practiceSupporting care full practice; Conclusion; 5. Friends, neighbours and communities; What are friends?; Caring for and receiving care from friends; Collective care: the value of groups; Collective action and solidarity; Conclusion; 6. Civility, respect, care and justice: the 'comfort of strangers'?; Complete strangers; Strangers in our midst; The comfort of strangers; Virtual strangers; Conclusion; 7. Places and environments; Older people and home; Caring for people/caring for places; What about the workers?; Conclusion; 8. Spaces of policy making: deliberating with care. Social policyDeliberative democracy; Beyond argument; Care full deliberation; Conclusion; 9. Care: ethics policy and politics; Revisiting care; Struggling over, for and against care; Care full policy; Bibliography; Index.|
"Recommended" Library Choice Journal "It is fascinating for those of us who have participated in the development of care ethics as moral theory, whilst being relatively unfamiliar with day-to-day