- Titmuss, Richard M. 1907-1973.
- Alcock, Pete.
- Social policy
- Welfare state
- Great Britain.
- Great Britain -- Social conditions -- 20th century
- 1861342993 (pbk.) :
- 9781861342997 (pbk.) :
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- Bibliography: p.219-237.
- Contents: Introduction; Part I: The family, poverty and population; 'The nation's wealth' from Parents revolt; 'The summation of poverty' from Poverty and population; 'A measurement of human progress' from Birth, poverty and wealth; 'The statistics of parenthood' from Rebuilding family life in the post-war world; 'The position of women' from Essays on the welfare state; Commentary by Ann Oakley; Part II: The 'welfare state'; 'Unfinished business' from Problems of social policy; 'War and social policy' from The philosophy of welfare; 'The social division of welfare' from The philosophy of welfare; 'The welfare state: images and realities' from The social service review; Commentary by Tanja Burchardt; Part III: Redistribution, universality and inequality; 'The role of redistribution in social policy' from The philosophy of welfare; 'Welfare state and welfare society' from Commitment to welfare; 'Social welfare and the art of giving' from The philosophy of welfare; Commentary by John Hills; Part IV: Fiscal and occupational welfare and the myth of economic man; 'The irresponsible society' from The philosophy of welfare; 'The need for a new approach' from Income distribution and social change; Commentary by Adrian Sinfield; Part V: Social policy and social work as subjects; 'The subject of social administration' from Commitment to welfare; 'What is social policy?' from Social policy: An introduction; 'Values and choices' from The nation; Commentary by Pete Alcock; Part VI: International aspects of social policy; 'The international perspective' from Social policy: An introduction; 'Developing social policy in conditions of rapid change: the role of social welfare' from The philosophy of welfare; 'Major goals in today's welfare state' from Seminar on objectives of social services in Israel; Commentary by Howard Glennerster.
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