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The social question in the global world

Author: Ewa Bogalska-Martin
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. ©2018
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In an era of rapid globalisation, how can the changes that characterise how the social question is addressed in rich and emerging countries be analysed? How can one interpret the crisis in the Welfare State and the emergence of new social policies that push for the financial contribution of beneficiaries and the development of new forms of solidarity? What can be said about the world's poorest countries and their  Read more...
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Social question in the global world.
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018
(OCoLC)1031715772
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ewa Bogalska-Martin
ISBN: 9781527505377 1527505375 1527510344 9781527510340
OCLC Number: 1031847704
Description: 1 online resource (x, 320 pages)
Contents: Introduction : The globalisation process and changes of the social question / Ewa Bogalska-Martin and Emmanuel Matteudi --
Part one: global change: labour, new precarious populations and the social question --
1. migration movements in the era of globalisation: between the exportation of surplus populations and the conquest of the transnational space? Jacques Barou --
2. the social question, the labour market and precarious integration in Brazil / Francisco E. Beckenkamp Vargas --
3. examining the the social question as a global phenomenon: a political paradox / Ewa Bogalska-Martin Part two. welfare policies: historical perspectives and national experiences --
4. social welfare and social protection policies in France / Robert Lafore --
contention and debates about social policies and inequalities in contemporary Chile / Vicente Espinoza and Emmanuelle Barozet --
6. social inclusion policies in Latin America: the left in power / Christian Adel Mirza --
7. the social question in Tunisia: from independence to revolution / Jalloul Sghari and Roula Masou --
8. the impact of economic and political changes on the social situation of the population: the case of Slovakia / Maria Uramova, Maria Horehajova and Jana Marasova Part three. governance practices: comparative perspectives --
9. governance reflections and social practices in China and Brazil: Michel Foucault and Confucius / Francois Laplantine --
10. governance, access to banking services and social welfare: analysing conditional transfers in the health and pension systems in Colombia / Oscar Rodriguez Salazar, Decsi Arevalo --
11. the practice of putting welfare beneficiaries to work and social welfare in Belgium: what integration? / Sebastien Avanzo --
12. the principle of equal representation: a social protection tool in decline or an agent of change? the French case / Stephanie Lecocq-Matteudi --
13. sub-proletarianisation in Europe as part of neoliberal globalisation: "poor developing countries" catch up with the rich? / Patrick Bruneteaux, Agueda Pryska and Tiago Lemoes Part four. vulnerability and action: reinventing social protection as compensation for the absence of social policies: narrating a project undertaken in Burundi / Emmanuel Matteudi --
15. uncertainty and vulnerability among Bhopal's metal workers: an anthropology of precariousness / Arnaud Kaba --
16. daily survival: the working poor and the difficulties associated with the formation of "class consciousness" in Morocco / Brahim Labari --
17. right to health care and inequalities in the public health system in Brazil: some vulnerability contexts / Marcelo Castellanos.
Responsibility: edited by Ewa Bogalska-Martin and Emmanuel Matteudi.

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