The student's companion to social policy / edited by Pete Alcock, Angus Erskine, and Margaret May.

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Edition:2nd ed.
Published: Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, c2003.
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245 0 4 |a The student's companion to social policy /  |c edited by Pete Alcock, Angus Erskine, and Margaret May. 
250 |a 2nd ed. 
260 |a Malden, Mass. :  |b Blackwell Publishers,  |c c2003. 
300 |a xxi, 504 p. :  |b ill. ;  |c 24 cm. 
500 |a The authors are members of the Social Policy Association. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 0 |g Pt. I.  |t What Is Social Policy? --  |g I.1.  |t The Subject of Social Policy /  |r Pete Alcock --  |g I.2.  |t The Approaches and Methods of Social Policy /  |r Angus Erskine --  |g I.3.  |t The Role of Comparative Study /  |r Margaret May --  |g I.4.  |t History and Social Policy /  |r David Gladstone --  |g Pt. II.  |t Values and Perspectives --  |g II.1.  |t Social Needs, Social Problems and Social Welfare /  |r Nick Manning --  |g II.2.  |t Equality, Rights and Social Justice /  |r Peter Taylor-Gooby --  |g II.3.  |t Efficiency, Equity and Choice /  |r Carol Propper --  |g II.4.  |t Altruism, Reciprocity and Obligation /  |r Hilary Land --  |g II.5.  |t Divisions, Difference and Exclusion /  |r Pete Alcock and Angus Erskine --  |g II.6.  |t The Neo-liberal Perspective /  |r David G. Green --  |g II.7.  |t The Conservative Tradition of Social Welfare /  |r Robert Pinker --  |g II.8.  |t The Social Democratic Perspective /  |r Michael Sullivan --  |g II.9.  |t The Socialist Perspective /  |r Norman Ginsburg --  |g II.10.  |t The Third Way /  |r Martin Powell --  |g II.11.  |t Feminist Perspectives /  |r Jane Lewis --  |g II.12.  |t 'Race' and Social Welfare /  |r Waqar Ahmad and Gary Craig --  |g II.13.  |t The Green Perspective /  |r Michael Cahill --  |g II.14.  |t Postmodernism and New Directions /  |r Tony Fitzpatrick --  |g II.15.  |t Social Policy and Economic Policy /  |r Ian Gough --  |g II.16.  |t Social Policy: Culture and Nationhood /  |r Fiona Williams --  |g II.17.  |t Social Policy and Family Policy /  |r Jane Millar --  |g II.18.  |t Social Policy and Globalization /  |r Rob Sykes --  |g II.19.  |t Social Policy and the Political Process /  |r Michael Hill --  |g Pt. III.  |t The Production, Organization and Consumption of Welfare --  |g III.1.  |t State Welfare /  |r Norman Johnson --  |g III.2.  |t Private Welfare /  |r Edward Brunsdon --  |g III.3.  |t The Voluntary Sector /  |r Nicholas Deakin --  |g III.4.  |t Informal Welfare /  |r Clare Ungerson --  |g III.5.  |t Managing and Delivering Welfare /  |r John Clarke --  |g III.6.  |t The Governance of Local Welfare /  |r Allan Cochrane --  |g III.7.  |t Social Policy within the United Kingdom /  |r Richard Parry --  |g III.8.  |t Social Policy and the European Union /  |r Linda Hantrais --  |g III.9.  |t Supranational Agencies and Social Policy /  |r Bob Deacon --  |g III.10.  |t Paying for Welfare /  |r Howard Glennerster --  |g III.11.  |t Principles of Welfare /  |r Ruth Lister --  |g III.12.  |t The Distribution of Welfare /  |r John Hills --  |g III.13.  |t Accountability for Welfare /  |r Janet Newman --  |g Pt. IV.  |t Issues in Social Policy --  |g IV.1.  |t Children /  |r Malcolm Hill --  |g IV.2.  |t Young People /  |r Bob Coles --  |g IV.3.  |t Older People /  |r Alan Walker and Tony Maltby --  |g IV.4.  |t Disabled People /  |r Mike Oliver --  |g IV.5.  |t Lone Parents /  |r Jonathan Bradshaw --  |g IV.6.  |t Migrants /  |r Gail Lewis --  |g IV.7.  |t Income Protection and Social Security /  |r Stephen McKay and Karen Rowlingson --  |g IV.8.  |t Employment /  |r Alan Deacon --  |g IV.9.  |t Health Care /  |r Judith Allsop --  |g IV.10.  |t Education /  |r Miriam David --  |g IV.11.  |t Housing /  |r Alan Murie --  |g IV.12.  |t The Personal Social Services and Community Care /  |r John Baldock --  |g IV.13.  |t Criminal Justice /  |r Dee Cook --  |g Pt. V.  |t Resources --  |g V.1.  |t Doing Projects in Social Policy /  |r Hartley Dean --  |g V.2.  |t Fieldwork Placements and the Social Policy Curriculum /  |r Duncan Scott --  |g V.3.  |t Guide to the Literature /  |r Robert M. Page --  |g V.4.  |t Data Sources in the UK: National, Central and Local Government /  |r Fran Wasoff --  |g V.5.  |t Other Sources of UK Data /  |r Fran Bennett --  |g V.6.  |t European and International Data Sources /  |r Deborah Mabbett --  |g V.7.  |t The Internet and Web-based Sources /  |r Melanie Ashford and Pat Young --  |g Pt. VI.  |t Careers in Social Policy --  |g VI.1.  |t Careers and Postgraduate Study in Social Policy /  |r Margaret May and Catherine Bochel --  |g App.  |t The Social Policy Association (SPA). 
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650 0 |a Public welfare  |z Great Britain. 
650 0 |a Social policy  |x Study and teaching. 
700 1 |a Alcock, Peter,  |d 1951- 
700 1 |a Erskine, Angus. 
700 1 |a May, Margaret,  |d 1947- 
710 2 |a Social Policy Association (Great Britain) 
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992 |a Created by cofi, 17/12/2003. Updated by wewu, 01/03/2005. 
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