State Health Insurance Market Reform: Toward Inclusive and Sustainable Health Insurance Markets

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Routledge, Jul 22, 2004 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
In this volume, leading American health economists provide a critical assessment of the current state of knowledge of insurance market reform that is accessible to both policy-makers and researchers.
 

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Contents

Illustrations Figures 1 The environments and contexts of political learning
4
Agents of political socialization in a changing world
27
The influence model of socialization agents
31
Patterns of intergenerational influence
32
Typology of families
37
The texture of socializing environments under conflict
51
The role of socialization agents under conflict
64
PART II
91
Frequency of discussing politics
137
Studentsparticipation in organizations
139
National pride 143144
143
Support for antidemocratic groups
145
How should immigrants olim be treated? 146147
146
Justifications for the use of military power
149
strengths and threats
150
Dimensions of good citizenship
151

Attempts at bridging the gaps
109
Citizenship orientations of Israeli youngsters
126
How important is it to deal with controversial subjects in civics classes?
133
Number of weekly hours dedicated to civics
135
Number of weekly hours dedicated to history and social sciences
136
Trust in institutions and in the media
152
Political learning and citizenship education in a world
155
References
169
Index
200
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Alan C. Monheit is Professor in the Division of Health Systems and Policy at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA. Joel C. Cantor is Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA.

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