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Social Welfare: Why and How?

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Originally published in 1980, Social Welfare: Why and How? is a collection of papers contributing to the subject of welfare philosophy, and to philosophising about and doing welfare. It advances emerging arguments concerning the growth grounds and uses of social welfare. Les mer
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Originally published in 1980, Social Welfare: Why and How? is a collection of papers contributing to the subject of welfare philosophy, and to philosophising about and doing welfare. It advances emerging arguments concerning the growth grounds and uses of social welfare. The book is divided into two main sections, the first looks at the growth and the grounds of social welfare and the second looks at the practice of social welfare. The collection of papers provides a multi-disciplinary look at the subject through the lens of philosophy, social policy, social work and economics.

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List of Contributors


Introduction


Part I: The Growth and the Grounds of Social Welfare


1. The Welfare State and 'Post-Industrial' Values, Alex Robinson


2. Needs, Welfare and Political Allegiance, Peter Taylor-Gooby


3. The Market and Welfare Services: Remedial Values, R.S. Downie


4. The Rehabilitation of the Market in Social Policy, David Heald


5. Choice, Markets, and Welfare, Alf Davey


6. Needs and Welfare, Raymond Plant


7. Rights, Welfare and Stigma, Peter Jones


8. Richard Titmus: Social Policy and Social Life, David Watson


9. Altruism, Duty and the Welfare State, Robert Sugden


Part II: Models of Welfare and the Practice of Welfare


10. Galbraith and Social Welfare, David Reisman


11. Helping the Disadvantaged, Vernon Pratt


12. Respect or Persons and Social Work: Social Work as 'Doing Philosophy', Nicolas Ragg


13. Procedural Fairness and Rationing the Social Services, Albert Weale


14. 'The Social Work Task': A Rulebook for Social Work?, Paul Dolan


15. Personal Needs and Moral Dilemmas: Some Examples from Social Work, Ian Sinclair


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