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Chapters outline points:-
- Continuities and change between New Labour and the Conservatives
- The key elements of New Labour's programme of Welfare 'reform'
- The third way as applied to welfare and social policy
- Private Finance Iniative (PFI) and Public Private Partnerships (PPP's)
- The extent to which a new welfare 'settlement' is in the making under New Labour
About the book:
The Third Edition of this textbook has been thoroughly revised and offers an authoritative and up-to-date coverage of the key theories, concepts and issues in social policy. The lively and readable text has been designed to provide students with the essential tools to gain a clear understanding of the theoretical debates surrounding the discipline.
The book is organized into three parts:
• Part One offers a detailed but accessible critique of major theoretical approaches such as neo-liberalism, Marxism, feminism and racism;
• Part Two explores conceptual debates such as distributive justice and postmodernism;
• Part Three engages with contemporary social policy issues such as children, pensions and the role of New Labour.
It also features newly commissioned chapters to reflect recent developments and current debates within social policy. New areas of consideration include:
• The politics of food
Student exercises and reading lists feature throughout the text and practical examples are skilfully used to illustrate conceptual and theoretical material, making it the ideal core textbook for undergraduate social policy students, as well as those studying related welfare modules across the social sciences.
|Item Type:||Book Chapter|
|Extra Information:||See also Mooney article in 2nd ed 2001.|
|Academic Unit/Department:||Social Sciences > Social Policy and Criminology|
|Interdisciplinary Research Centre:||International Centre for Comparative Criminological Research (ICCCR)
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|Date Deposited:||08 Jul 2009 13:22|
|Last Modified:||01 Mar 2012 10:08|
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