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Developments in British Social Policy

by Nick Ellison, Chris Pierson

Developments in British Social Policy Synopsis

This new edition of an acclaimed undergraduate text offers both a critical commentary on the core areas of social policy in Britain - particularly as they have developed under the auspices of the New Labour government - and an appraisal of the key ideas currently informing British welfare policy. It thus combines discussion of staple topics with original arguments about the new shape of social policy at the start of the twenty-first century.

Developments in British Social Policy Press Reviews

Reviews of the first edition: 'this book provides a clear guide to the issues raised in a debate that looks set to continue for another quarter-century.' - Rudolf Klein, Health Service Journal 'an excellent social policy text, impressive in its scope and standard..' - Derek Kirton, British Journal of Social Work

Book Information

ISBN: 9781403900203
Publication date: 23rd May 2003
Author: Nick Ellison, Chris Pierson
Publisher: Red Globe Press an imprint of Macmillan Education UK
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 382 pages
Categories: Central government policies, Social welfare & social services, Socialism & left-of-centre democratic ideologies,

About Nick Ellison, Chris Pierson

Dr NICK ELLISON is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Durham. His publications include The Transformation of Welfare States ( Routledge 2003) and he is co-editor of Social Policy Review. CHRISTOPHER PIERSON is Professor of Politics at the University of Nottingham. He is the author of Beyond the Welfare State (Polity, 1998), Hard Choices: Social Democracy in the Twenty-first Century and (with Francis G. Castles), The Welfare State Reader (Polity, 2000).

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