Grounding Security: Family, Insurance and the State
In examining mechanisms currently conceived as affording security, Weisbrod considers both emotional and financial components - such as the role of the family and insurance. The book also explores the use of state power in its provision of security for individuals, outlining the different ways in which this can be done.
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