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Social policy and citizenship.

Julia Parker

Social policy and citizenship.

by Julia Parker

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English


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Originally published, 1975.

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Open LibraryOL13806806M

The book offers a timely contribution to academic and policy debates pertaining to citizenship, welfare reform and inequality. "Scary but crucial reading. Edmiston’s analysis of lived narratives shows how policy framing the poor as ‘bad’ and the rich as ‘good’ shape . The citizenship income, or «basic income» is an old idea, dating back to the ’s. Launched by progressive utopians, it was taken up in the ’s by the Social Credit movement, which hovered between quackery and social experimentation. It was peddled as an alternative to the Beveridgian Welfare State by ultra-liberals, from the ’s onward, but is also popular among ecologists.

  The problem of citizenship has re-emerged as an issue which is central, not only to practical political questions concerning access to health-care systems, education institutions and the welfare state, but also to traditional theoretical debates in sociology over the conditions of social integration and social solidarity. Citizenship as an Cited by: Book Description. Poststructuralism, Citizenship and Social Policy shows how poststructuralist ideas can be usefully applied in the areas of welfare, health, education and science and technology policy, making particular reference to the theme of citizenship. The impact of poststructuralism on thinking in the social sciences and humanities over the last decade has been profound.

Social Citizenship encompasses a “whole range” of rights, says Marshall, from “a modicum of welfare and security to the right to share to the full in the social heritage and live the life of a civilized being according to the standards prevailing in society.” These rights find their institutional home in what, with some variation, has. CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL POLICY: T. H. MARSHALL AND POVERTY* BY LAWRENCE M. MEAD I. INTRODUCTION T. H. Marshall, a British sociologist, gave a series of lectures in under the title "Citizenship and Social Class."1 To many American intel-lectuals, his analysis still offers a persuasive account of the origins of the welfare state in the West.


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Social Policy and Citizenship Paperback – September 1, by Julia Parker (Author)Cited by: Citizenship: Personal Lives and Social Policy adds a new dimension to the citizenship literature by using citizenship as a lens through which to explore the relation between personal lives and social policy.

This book focuses on the following domains to consider some of the dimensions of the lived practices and experiences of citizenship: [vbTab]the 'high moment' of working-class citizenship that. The book has many strengths, most notably, wide representation among countries and regions as case studies and a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including sociology, political science, culture, and communication studies., Journal of : $ Encompassing issues such as shifting demographics, a changing criminal justice system, and volatile political climate, the book is critically significant for academic, political, legal, and social : Martin Guevara Urbina.

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Authors (view affiliations) Julia Parker; Textbook. 28 Citations; 23 Downloads; Chapters Table of contents (11 chapters) About About this book; Table of contents. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xi. PDF.

Social Policy and Social Structure. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Models of Welfare. Julia Parker. Citizenship: Personal Lives and Social Policy adds a new dimension to the citizenship literature by using citizenship as a lens through which to explore the relation between personal lives and social policy.

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This pocket study. Marshall's work has been highly influential in the field of citizenship and social policy. His essay, Citizenship and Social Class, is regularly described as brilliant, a classic and a touchstone. As political scientist Michael Lister has observed, there are very few articles, chapters or books on citizenship, and citizenship and the welfare.

In doing so, it bridges the social policy and human rights literature. The book adopts a comparative approach with eight case-studies examining the factors that drive policy making in a range of policy sectors in both EU and non-EU countries.

Citizenship: Personal Lives and Social Policy adds a new dimension to the citizenship literature by using citizenship as a lens through which to explore the relation between personal lives and social policy.

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SAGE Reference The complete guide for your research journey. SAGE Navigator The essential social sciences literature review tool. SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. In both Europe and America, the landscape of social policies has undergone fundamental changes in recent decades, especially in endeavors to develop new welfare arrangements.

Social Policy and Citizenship - Adalbert Evers; Anne-Marie Guillemard - Oxford University Press. Taking nine European countries as case studies, the chapters analyze the ways that citizenship has changed in key areas such as social security, labor market policies, and social services.

Other chapters concentrate on the theoretical and conceptual challenges that result from the interrelation of chan More. In both Europe and America, the landscape of social policies has undergone. This Oxford Handbook pulls together much of our current knowledge about the origins, development, functions, and challenges of American social policy.

After the introduction, the first substantive part of the handbook offers a historical overview of U.S. social policy from the colonial era to the present.

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The revised second edition contains new topical sections on `Cameron's Conservatism', and the expansion of the EU and A8/10 migration in the book is essential reading for undergraduates in social policy, sociology, social work, politics and citizenship.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parker, Julia (Julia R.). Social policy and citizenship. London: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Online version. Citizenship and Social Class Book Description: Over forty years after it first appeared, T.H.

Marshall's seminal essay on citizenship and social class in postwar Britain has acquired the status of a classic. Building Citizenship through Social Policy in the Eastern Caribbean: Social policy, human rights and the theory of social guarantees Rights as smart politics – The experience of the Chile health reforms, and parallels with the employment guarantee movement in India citizenship through the application of social guarantees.Citizenship is both one of the most taken-for-granted and most contested ideas in British social policy.

This textbook brings a new dimension to the citizenship literature by using citizenship as a lens through which to explore the relation between personal lives and social policy.

Poststructuralism, Citizenship and Social Policy shows how poststructuralist ideas can be usefully applied in the areas of welfare, health, education and science and technology policy, making particular reference to the theme of citizenship. The impact of poststructuralism on thinking in the social sciences and humanities over the last decade has been by: