Social Policy Review 19: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2007
Social Policy Review provides students, academics and all those interested in welfare issues with critical analyses of progress and change in areas of major interest during the past year.Contributions reflect key themes in the UK and internationally. The first part of the collection focuses on developments and change in core UK social policy areas. Part two provides in-depth analyses of topical issues from both UK and international perspectives, while this year's themed section examines 'Migration and social policy'.
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one Going further?Tony Blair and New Labour education
two One or four? The National Health Service in 2006
three Housing policy housing tenure and the housing market
four Modernising services empowering users? Adult social care
five Childrens services in 2006
six Laying new foundations? Social security reform in 2006
promoting discussion of sexuality
ten Structural stigma institutional trust and the risk agenda
eleven Rising or falling to the challenges of diversity in Europe?
migration to the UK from new
thirteen Gendered immigrations policies and rights in the UK
fourteen Migration older people and social policy
the influence of children
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