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by Barbara Hobson,Jane Lewis,Birte Siim

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Barbara Hobson,Jane Lewis,Birte Siim
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Edward Elgar Pub (September 1, 2002)
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Start by marking Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics as Want to Read . An important contribution to the current literature on gender and social politics, this book challenges mainstream thinking on welfare states, citizenship, family, work, and social policy.

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CONTESTED CONCEPTS IN GENDER AND SOCIAL POLITICS (ed. with Barbara Hobson and Jane Lewis) . with Barbara Hobson and Jane Lewis) GENDER AND CITIZENSHIP: POLITICS AND AGENCY IN FRANCE, BRITAIN AND DENMARK. Also by John Andersen. Social and System Integration and the Underclass. No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission.

On Jan 1, 2004, Jane Lewis and others published Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics.

Feminist scholarship has stressed that the implementation of the new adult worker model depends upon the national policy contexts that also create different opportunity structures for social actors to influence social policies (Hobson, Lewis & Siim, 2002. It has been noted that the two are not necessarily competing explanations.

In Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics. eds. B. Hobson, J. Lewis and B. Siim, Edward Elgar. Hobson, B. Women’s Collective Agency, Power Resources and the Framing of Citizenship.

Contested concepts in gender and social politics. B Hobson, J Lewis, B Siim. The politics of inclusion and empowerment: Gender, class and citizenship. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002. The Gendered Scandinavian Welfare States: The Interplay between Womens Roles as Mothers, Workers and Citizenz in Denmark. Women and Social Policies in Europe: Women, Work and the Family, 1993.

Barbara Hobson & Jane Lewis & Birte Siim (e., 2002. Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 2231, December. Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:2231. as. HTML HTML with abstract plain text plain text with abstract BibTeX RIS (EndNote, RefMan, ProCite) ReDIF JSON. Download full text from publisher. xml Download Restriction: no. More about this item.

Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics электрондық кітабы, Barbara Hobson, Jane Lewis, Birte Siim. Бұл кітапты компьютерде, Android және iOS құрылғыларында Google Play Books қолданбасы арқылы оқуыңызға болады

Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics электрондық кітабы, Barbara Hobson, Jane Lewis, Birte Siim. Бұл кітапты компьютерде, Android және iOS құрылғыларында Google Play Books қолданбасы арқылы оқуыңызға болады. Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics атты кітапты офлайн режимінде оқу үшін жүктеп алыңыз, мәтінді бөлектеңіз, бетбелгі қойыңыз және белгілеңіз.

Hobson, Barbara, Jane Lewis & Birte Siim. Gender and Citizenship Inclusion and Exclusion in European Welfare States presented in Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics (Lewis, Hobson & Siim e. 2002)

Hobson, Barbara, Jane Lewis & Birte Siim. 2002). 3. The chapter first gives an overview of the dynamic of welfare state restructuring and discusses the implication of the shifts in policy logic from a male breadwinner model to an adult worker model3 for gender equality/inequality.

‘Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics is a significant new book. The authors take seven key concepts - care, citizenship, social exclusion, contractualism, de-commodification, representation, social capital - and explore these through a gendered lens. They examine how these concepts have developed over time and locate them within different national contexts and policy debates. This is a major contribution to the theoretical and comparative literature on welfare states, written by some of the most original and challenging feminist theorists of social policy.’

- Jane Millar, University of Bath, UK

An important contribution to the current literature on gender and social politics, this book challenges mainstream thinking on welfare states, citizenship, family, work, and social policy. Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics analyzes the corresponding shifts in political discourse, and the changes in socio-political configurations that mirror changing gender relations.

The discussion is both international and interdisciplinary, and focuses on topics that include citizenship, social exclusion and inclusion, care, social capital and representation, among others. The contributors examine these issues in relation to current policy debates and consider how they are embedded in particular European intellectual traditions. They also explore how feminist scholarship has engaged with these issues, and assess how these contested concepts can improve understanding both of the position of women and of gender relations more broadly.

This is the first major transnational attempt to address the conceptual basis for current work in the field of social policy and social politics from both a feminist and genuinely comparative viewpoint. As such it will be invaluable to undergraduate and graduate students of social policy, politics and sociology.