Scott, Gill and Mooney, Gerry
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|DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Link:||https://doi.org/10.1017/S1474746409004916|
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Drawing on current debates in social policy, this paper considers the extent to which social justice has and is informing social policy making in devolved Scotland. Relating to the work of social justice theorists Young, Fraser and Lister in particular, it critically examines some key Scottish social policy measures since 1999, considering some of the ways in which these have been constructed in terms of social justice and which make claims to the Scottish national. Through a focus on the issue of anti-poverty policies, the paper explores the ways in which the dominant policy approaches of the Scottish Government have reflected an uneven and tension-loaded balance between the enduring legacies of Scottish social democracy and the influences of neoliberal economics.
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|Copyright Holders:||2009 Cambridge University Press|
|Academic Unit/School:||Other Departments > Other Departments|
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|Date Deposited:||09 Jul 2009 09:37|
|Last Modified:||06 Dec 2016 15:27|
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