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Capability-promoting policies enhancing individual and social development

Capability-promoting policies enhancing individual and social development

Author: Hans-Uwe Otto; Melanie Walker; Holger Ziegler
Publisher: Bristol Policy Press University of Bristol 2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This volume answers fundamental questions about how human development is fostered; How to overcome unjust societies with better distribution of opportunities to flourish; How can human development be  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans-Uwe Otto; Melanie Walker; Holger Ziegler
ISBN: 9781447334316 1447334310 9781447334330 1447334337 9781447334347 1447334345 9781447334323 1447334329
OCLC Number: 1019253045
Notes: Literaturangaben
Description: xiii, 317 Seiten Diagramme, Karten 25 cm
Contents: Introduction: Human development, capabilities and the ethics of policy ~ Hans-Uwe Otto, Melanie Walker and Holger ZieglerPart 1: Conceptual challengesWhat political liberalism and the welfare state left behind: chance and gratitude ~ Reiko GotohThe capability approach, agency and sustainable development ~ Elise Klein and Paola BallonPublic policy: from welfare to empowerment of women in India ~ Indira MahendravadaThe contribution to human development of social policies in the Central American integration system ~ Guillermo Bornemann-Martinez, Pedro Caldentey and Emilio J. Morales-FernandesPart 2: Modalities of structure and civil societyA framework for urban integration: the case of Buenos Aires ~ Severine Deneulin, Eduardo Lepore, Ann Mitchell and Ana Lourdes SuarezCulture, equity and social wellbeing in New York City ~ Mark J. Stern and Susan C. SeifertThe third sector and capability-promoting policies ~ Giuseppe Acconcia, Enrica Chiappero-Martinetti and Paolo R. GrazianoInformal workers and human development in South Africa ~ Ina ConradiePart 3: Children, youth and education;The capability approach: what can it offer child protection policy and practice in England? ~ Brid Featherstone and Anna GuptaThe capability approach and a child standpoint ~ Sharon BessellCapabilities and the challenge to inclusive schooling ~ Franziska FelderEarly childhood educational curricula: implications of the capability approach ~ Antoanneta PotsiEducation for all? Providing capabilities for young people with special needs ~ Christian Christrup KjeldsenThe instrumental values of education in the Southern Cone ~ Xavier RamblaConclusion: What is to be done about capability-promoting policies? ~ Hans-Uwe Otto, Melanie Walker and Holger Ziegler
Responsibility: edited by Hans-Uwe Otto, Melanie Walker and Holger Ziegler


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"this well-researched volume can function as a model for any author who might wish to research capabilities-enhancing policies in other social policy fields." Citizen's Income "The capability Read more...

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