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Approaches to Welfare

Philip Bean (Redaktør) ; Stewart MacPherson (Redaktør)

Originally published in 1983 Approaches to Welfare provides a unique introduction to the study of social welfare in Britain. The contributions, by distinguished figures in the field of social welfare and social policy, explore all the dimensions of the study of social welfare demonstrating that not only have social policies changed in the forty years since the establishment of the welfare state, but so too have approaches to their analysis. Les mer
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Originally published in 1983 Approaches to Welfare provides a unique introduction to the study of social welfare in Britain. The contributions, by distinguished figures in the field of social welfare and social policy, explore all the dimensions of the study of social welfare demonstrating that not only have social policies changed in the forty years since the establishment of the welfare state, but so too have approaches to their analysis. The contributors consider these changes in relation to a wide range of social welfare issues, illuminating the diversity and variety within the contemporary study of social policy.

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Introduction


1. The Evolution of Social Administration, Paul Wilding


2. The Aims and Consequences of Social Policy, Vic George


3. The Underdevelopment of Social Administration, Stewart MacPherson


4. Welfare, Class and Distributive Justice, John Westergaard


5. Marxism, the Individual and the Welfare State, Peter Leonard


6. Women and Social Welfare, Gillian Pascall


7. Policy Making: A Case of Intellectual Progress, Adrian Webb


8. Development and Disengagement - Social Policy in Britain and Scandinavia, John Greve


9. Social Assistance and Social Welfare: The Legacy of the Poor Law, Richard Silburn


10. Social Welfare and the Education of Social Workers, Robert Pinker


11. Crime and the Welfare State, Terence Morris


12. Prevention in the Neighbourhood: Community Social Work on a Council Estate, Robert Holman


13. The Gestation of Reform: The Children Act 1948, R.A. Parker


14. Services for the Mentally Ill: The Death of a Concept, Kathleen Jones


15. Idealism and Realism in Education: 1940and 1980, Roger Cox


16. After the Rainbow Sign, Nicholas Deakin


17. Utilitarianism and the Welfare State, Philip Bean


18. Reflections on the Welfare State, Barbara Wootton


Index of Names


Subject Index