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Analysis and debate in social policy, 2008.

Author: Karen Clarke; Tony Maltby; Patricia Kennett; Social Policy Association.
Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, 2008.
Series: Social Policy review, 19.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

"Social Policy Review" provides students, academics and all those interested in welfare issues with critical analyses of progress and change in areas of major interest during the past year.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Clarke; Tony Maltby; Patricia Kennett; Social Policy Association.
ISBN: 9781847420763 1847420761
OCLC Number: 770574010
Description: 308 s.
Contents: Introduction ~ Tony Maltby, Patricia Kennett and Kirstein Rummery; Part One: Current developments: A year of transition in post-compulsory education and training ~ Alastair Thomson; Planning for infrastructure and housing: is sustainable development a dream? ~ Roberta Blackman-Woods; Towards a new pension settlement? Recent pension reform in the UK ~ Debora Price; Climate change and climate change policy in the UK 2006-7 ~ Carolyn Snell; Policy for older people in Wales ~ Gill Windle and Alison Porter; Part Two: Current debates: Flexibility or flexploitation? Problems with work-life balance in a low-income neighbourhood ~ Hartley Dean; The role of confidence and identity in civic participation: exploring ethnic group differences ~ Nahid Ahmad; The problem of riches: is philanthropy a solution or part of the problem? ~ Beth Breeze; Policy from the pitch? Soccer and young refugee women in a shifting policy climate ~ Catherine Palmer; Social citizenship in post-liberal Britain and post-corporatist Germany: curtailed, fragmented, streamlined, but still on the agenda ~ Ingo Bode; Part Three: Engendering policy and politics: Gender and New Labour: after the male breadwinner model? ~ Gillian Pascall; A review of engendering policy in the EU ~ Jill Rubery; Forming Australian families: Gender ideologies and policy settings ~ JaneMaree Maher; Working fathers as providers and carers: towards a new conceptualisation of fatherhood ~ Alison Smith.
Series Title: Social Policy review, 19.


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