A critical analysis of family and relationships policies in England and Wales (1997-2011).
Families, Relationships and Societies, 1(1) pp. 121–131.
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In this review I will map out social trends and unravel the development of family and relationship support policies in England and Wales between 1997 and 2011. I aim to make sense of specific shifts by analysing the interplay between governments, government reports and Green Papers, policy making and state spending on support policies. To do this I critically engage with social policy, the development of policy making and implementation of government directives.
||2012 The Policy Press
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||family policy; relationship support policies; Spending Review;
||Social Sciences > Social Policy and Criminology
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