Dimensions of Social Welfare Policy

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Allyn and Bacon, 2002 - Political Science - 310 pages
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/* 3763L-5, Gilbert, Neil, Dimensions of Social Welfare Policy, 5/e*/ This social welfare policy book provides a comprehensive theoretical framework for the analysis of social welfare policy. The book illustrates theoretical points by offering examples from a cross-section of program areas including income maintenance, child welfare, model cities, day care, community action, and mental health. The book also shows how social theories and individual versus collective value orientations influence policies. For social workers, or students studying social welfare policy.

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Contents

The Field of Social Welfare Policy
1
The Modern Welfare State
29
Policy Analysis
55
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About the author (2002)

Neil Gilbert is the Chemin Professor of Social Welfare at the University of California, Berkeley. His most recent books include Changing Patterns of Social Protection (edited with Rebecca A. Van Voorhis), Welfare Reform: A Comparative Assessment of the French and U.S. Experiences (edited with Antoine Parent), and Transformation of the Welfare State.

Terrell of the University of California, Berkeley

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