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Ideologies of Welfare
Welfare Workers and the Changing British State
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action activity actually analysis area teams argue aspects authority Benington Britain British capital capitalist social capitalist society central centralisation chapter children and young class struggle clients collective committee community strategy community workers Consequently constructed contained contradictions crucial day-to-day democratic deskilling direct direct democracy discussion dominant economic effect elements essential exist experience explain feel form of practice groups ideology important increasing individual individualised industrial inner-city areas institutions interests involved Labour government Labour Party labour power lives look major Margaret Thatcher marxist ment monopoly capital movement munity NALGO Nick Frost overall particular Paul Corrigan political possible problems progressive community relation representative democracy represents restructuring role Secondly self-help simply social democracy social policy social relationships social service departments social workers socialist welfare specific stress structure Thatcher tion trade union underline understanding United Kingdom welfare workers whilst whole working-class organisations