Welfare: Needs, Rights and Risks
Embodying the Social Constructions of Difference
Imagining Welfare Futures
Forming Nation, Framing Welfare
Edited By Mary Langan
June 26, 1998
Welfare: Needs, Rights and Risks addresses the question of how people get access to social welfare in the UK today. It explores the public, political and professional definitions, constructions and conflicts about who should receive social welfare and under what conditions. In a period during which...
Edited By Gordon Hughes, Gail Lewis
July 28, 1998
Unsettling Welfare addresses the changing relationship between social welfare, its 'recipients' and the state. In particular, the book explores the direction and the impact of the reforms of the welfare state that took place during the 1980s and 1990s. By focusing on specific fields of social ...
Edited By Esther Saraga
October 01, 1998
This book opens the series with a consideration of the social construction of social difference. Taking the body as the point of departure, it deals with the processes through which social problems and social inequalities are constructed. In particular, it examines the shifting ways in which our ...
Edited By Gordon Hughes
September 29, 1998
Imagining Welfare Futures explores possible futures of welfare by considering different types of relationship between the public and the state through which social welfare may be organized beyond the millennium. By drawing on contemporary debates about the 'citizen', 'the community' and 'the ...
Edited By Gail Lewis
April 20, 1998
This book introduces a historical perspective on the emergence and development of social welfare. Starting from the familiar ground of 'the family', it traces some of the crucial historical roots and desires that fed the development of social policy in the 19th and 20th centuries around education, ...