Culture and Welfare State: Values and Social Policy in Comparative Perspective

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Wim van Oorschot, Michael Opielka, Birgit Pfau-Effinger
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 de gen. 2008 - 322 pàgines
. . . the book focuses on a very interesting and important. . . dimension of welfare analysis. . . the book provides a very rich and interesting range of analyses of the complex links between culture and welfare state. It deserves to be read both by advan
 

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historical and theoretical arguments
1
Ideas of the Good Society
27
2 Liberalism citizenship and the welfare state
29
3 Social democratic values in the European welfare states
50
intervening to preserve
71
strong cultural values in comparative perspective
89
PART II Worlds of Welfare Culture
115
case studies in cash benets reform
117
PART III Cultural Change and Welfare Reform
183
the example of family policies in conservative welfare states
185
the shifting relationship between income maintenance and employment promotion in the Nordic context
205
national identity citizenship and welfare
225
PART IV Popular Welfare Values and Beliefs
245
the impact of individual regional and national characteristics
247
13 Popular deservingness perceptions and conditionality of solidarity in Europe
268
14 The values of work and care among women in modern societies
289

7 Is there a specific EastCentral European welfare culture?
141
cultural and institutional factors
162

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