First Published in 1998. This is Volume X of eighteen of a series on the Sociology of Public Policy, Welfare and Social Work. Written in 1957 this text provides a review of social provision for old age in Great Britain. This book is intended to make a general review, in the light of the considerable literature of research and discussion now available, of the foundations of present-day social policies for old age; and to examine some of the perplexing open questions which those policies expose.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Entrance to Industry; Chapter 1 Adults; Chapter 2 Youth Employment Service; Chapter 3 Entrance to Industry for the Disabled; Part 2 Social Services in Places of Work; Chapter 4 Hours, Safety, Health and Welfare in Industry; Chapter 5 Wages Councils; Chapter 6 Arbitration; Chapter 7 Losing One's Job; Chapter 8 Income Maintenance for Those not Working; Part 3 The Thews and Sinews; Chapter 9 The Trade Unions and Employers' Organisations; Chapter 10 The Professions; Chapter 11 Evaluation. What Criteria?;