Social Policy for the Twenty-First Century: New Perspectives, Big Issues / Edition 1by Bill Jordan
Pub. Date: 07/16/2006
This book shows how social policy can address the challenges faced by government policy, and how they relate to each other in a world economy. Drawing on analyses from political and social theory, economics, psychology and international relations, Jordan gives an account of the links between human development and individual well-being.
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Table of Contents
List of Tables.
Introduction and Themes of the Book.
Part I Social Policy and the Global Economy.
Section 1A Human Development and Redistribution.
Chapter 1 New Models of Human Development.
Chapter 2 The Scope for Redistribution and Social Justice.
Section 1B How the World Works.
Chapter 3 Explaining the New Global Division of Labour.
Chapter 4 Social Policy, Credit and Debt.
Section 1C Commercial Provision of Social Services.
Chapter 5 The Global Market in Services - Health Care.
Chapter 6 The Business Agenda in Education.
Part II Human Well-Being: Autonomy and Membership.
Chapter 7 The Basis for Individualism and Choice.
Chapter 8 The Transformation of Collective Provision.
Chapter 9 The Transformation of Citizenship.
Chapter 10 'Stalled Well-Being'.
Part III Global Social Justice: The Big Issues.
Chapter 11 Community, Morality and Belonging.
Chapter 12 The Role of Social Services in the Social Context.
Chapter 13 Interdependence, Development and Justice: A Cosmopolitan World Order.
Chapter 14 Sustainable Development.
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