Poststructuralism, Citizenship and Social Policy

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Taylor & Francis, Sep 9, 1999 - Political Science - 232 pages
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Poststructuralism, Citizenship and Social Policy shows how poststructuralist ideas can be usefully applied in the areas of welfare, health, education and science and technology policy, making particular reference to the theme of citizenship.
The impact of poststructuralism on thinking in the social sciences and humanities over the last decade has been profound. However, to date, there has been little systematic analysis of the implications of poststructuralism for the critical analysis of social policy.
Poststructuralism, Citizenship and Social Policy will provide essential reading for students and researchers working in the areas of welfare studies, the sociology of health and medicine, political studies, social work, social administration and education.

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Ian Barns is Senior Lecturer in Ethics and Technology Policy within the Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy at Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia.

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