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by Robert F. Drake,Kenneth Blakemore

  • ISBN: 0134333195
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Robert F. Drake,Kenneth Blakemore
  • Subcategory: Economics
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall (February 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 256 pages
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As debates about the wisdom or otherwsie of equal opportunities policies continue to rage, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the subject and a guide to the maze of equality policies in Britain and elsewhere.

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Journal of Social Policy. As publication number two in a series of introductory student texts entitled ‘Contemporary Social Policy’, this volume might come as something of a surprise

Journal of Social Policy. Journal of Social Policy. As publication number two in a series of introductory student texts entitled ‘Contemporary Social Policy’, this volume might come as something of a surprise. Set alongside housing, health, education and today's inevitable themes of the mixed economy of welfare and community care, surely the title ‘Understanding Equal Opportunities’ is a cuckoo in the nest?

ROBERT DRAKE is Lecturer in Social Policy at the University of Wales, Swansea, and an associate lecturer with the Open University.

ROBERT DRAKE is Lecturer in Social Policy at the University of Wales, Swansea, and an associate lecturer with the Open University.

viii Understanding Disability Policies . 5 Contemporary disability policies in Britain Introduction Contemporary disability policies and social institutions Conclusion. Notwith-standing the inordinate pressures confronting them, Ken Blakemore, Anthea Symonds and Mike Sullivan gave freely of their advice, wisdom and experience, and heartened me throughout the whole process of writing this book.

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The Principles of Social Policy provides a powerful exposition of policy making in the contemporary nation state. Social policies are shaped by prevailing political beliefs and values and they are made tangible in the form of overarching policy objectives. These may include, for example, the promotion of equality, the securing of justice or the preservation of liberty.

Kenneth R. Howe of University of Colorado Boulder, CO (CUB) Read 77. . Howe of University of Colorado Boulder, CO (CUB) Read 77 publications Contact Kenneth R. Howe. Its original release was the watershed for a series of federal policies that would increasingly undercut the local control of public schools View. Over the last several decades, equal educational opportunity has been eviscerated by the political right and has fallen into disrepute with postmodernists and the political left.

ROBERT DRAKE is Lecturer in Social Policy at the University of Wales, Swansea, and a fellow in the National Centre for Public Policy. Country of Publication.



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