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Parents, poverty and the state : 20 years of evolving family policy

Author: Naomi Eisenstadt; Carey Oppenheim
Publisher: Bristol, UK ; Chicago, IL : Policy Press, 2019. ©2019
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Naomi Eisenstadt and Carey Oppenheim explore the radical changes in public attitudes and public policy concerning parents and parenting, arguing that a more joined-up approach is needed to improve outcomes for children: both reducing child poverty and improving parental capacity by providing better support systems.
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Eisenstadt, Naomi.
Parents, Poverty and the State : 20 years of evolving family policy.
Bristol : Policy Press, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Naomi Eisenstadt; Carey Oppenheim
ISBN: 1447348281 9781447348290 144734829X 9781447348306 1447348303 9781447348283
OCLC Number: 1119613755
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Contents: Cover; Parents, Poverty and the State: 20 Years of Evolving Family Policy; Copyright information; Table of contents; List of tables, figures and boxes; List of abbreviations; Notes on the authors; Acknowledgments; One Introduction; Parents; Poverty; Family policy and the state; Reducing pressures, increasing capabilities; Finally; Notes; Two Changing ideologies, demographics and attitudes; Changing ideologies; Changing socio-economic trends; Boom and bust; Changing families; Changing patterns of employment and poverty; Housing; A diverse population; Changing attitudes The emergence of parentingConclusion; Notes; Three What do children need?; Key concepts and outcomes; The impact of family and other factors on child outcomes; Phases of childhood development; Brain development; The parent-child relationship; Family stability and relationships; Poverty and socio-economic status; Families at high risk; Conclusion; Notes; Four The role of government: a changing picture; New Labour and active family policy, 1997-2010; Laying the foundations; From piecemeal initiatives to an overall strategy: Every Child Matters Increasing capabilities: prevention and early interventionFamily policy under the Coalition government; Setting the tone: Breakdown Britain; Active family policy constrained by austerity; Family policy under the Conservatives; And then another Conservative prime minister: a different approach; Labour's approach to families and children under Jeremy Corbyn; Conclusion; Notes; Five Improving the lives of children and families; What role for evidence?; How effective were policies to support families and children?; Social security benefits and tax credits; Early years education and childcare Service coordination and integrationEvidence-based programmes; How have policies changed national patterns of advantage and disadvantage for families and children?; Public spending on children; Poverty and inequality; Social mobility for families and children; Conclusion; Notes; Six Learning for the future; What have we learned?; Tensions to be managed; Evidence misused or missing: infant brain development; Absence of policy and research; Building blocks for the future; Note; References; Index
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