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Analysis and debate in social policy

Author: Martin Powell
Publisher: Bristol Policy Press 2005
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Contributions reflect key developments in the UK and internationally. and focus on developments and change in core UK social policy areas. Additional chapters provide in-depth analyses of topical  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Powell
ISBN: 1861346700 9781861346704
OCLC Number: 255348302
Description: VI, 314 Seiten
Contents: Contents: Introduction ~ Martin Powell, Linda Bauld and Karen Clarke; Part 1: Current services: Social security and welfare reform under New Labour ~ Peter A. Kemp; New Labour's education policy: innovation or reinvention? ~ Rob Hulme and Moira Hulme; Transforming the NHS: the story in 2004 ~ Rudolf Klein; Housing in an 'opportunity society' ~ Peter Malpass; Personal Social Services ~ Ann Netten; Part 2: Current issues: Governance and social policy in Northern Ireland (1999-2004): the devolution years and postcript ~ Eithne McLaughlin; At home abroad: the presidential election of 2004, the politics of American social policy and what European readers might make of these subjects ~ Theodore Marmor; The future of health care in the UK: think-tanks and their policy prescriptions ~ Sally Ruane; Consumerism and the reform of public services: inequalities and instabilities ~ John Clarke, Nick Smith and Elizabeth Vidler; The challenges of measuring government output in the healthcare sector ~ Adriana Castelli, Diane Dawson, Hugh Gravelle and Andrew Street; Social investment perspectives and practices: a decade in British politics ~ Alexandra Dobrowolsky and Jane Jenson; Part 3: New Labour: A rootless third way: a continental European perspective on New Labour's welfare state, revisited ~ Daniel Clegg; Welfare after Thatcherism: New Labour and social democratic politics ~ Stephen Driver; A progressive consensus in the making? ~ Peter Robinson and Kate Stanley; New Labour's family policy ~ Fiona Williams.
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"Social Policy Review combines up-to-date reviews of current policies with penetrating historical and comparative analyses. It is invaluable for students, teachers and practitioners alike." Alan Read more...

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