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Care and social change in the Irish welfare economy

Author: Bryan Fanning; Michael Rush
Publisher: Dublin : University College Dublin Press, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work focuses on the implications for Irish social policy of social change including the need to respond to changes resulting from immigration and shifts within the Irish welfare economy that have created new needs for social care.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bryan Fanning; Michael Rush
ISBN: 1904558828 9781904558828
OCLC Number: 70173950
Description: xiv, 270 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : Context, change, challenges and care / Bryan Fanning and Michael Rush --
The new welfare economy / Bryan Fanning --
Governance and social partnership / Martin Geoghegan and Fred Powell --
The politics of care / Michael Rush --
Education, life chances and disadvantage / Tina MacVeigh --
Immigration, racism and social exclusion / Bryan Fanning --
Social research and immigration / Alice Feldman --
Sustainable development, social policy and the environment / Kevin Murphy --
Sport, health promotion and social capital / Michael Rush --
Family policy and reproductive work / Michael Rush, Valerie Richardson and Gabriel Kiely --
The childcare question / Nóirín Hayes and Siobhan Bradley --
Disability, children and social care / Suzanne Quin --
Older people and social care / Maria Pierce --
Social policy and the Irish diaspora / Nessa Winston --
Community development and social care / Mary Ellen McCann.
Responsibility: edited by Bryan Fanning, Michael Rush.
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"I have no doubt that there will be a demand for a further volume as the current set will be a valuable reference for students of social policy." Sheelagh Broderick, Trinity College Dublin Economic Read more...

 
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