3 edition of The Family in the Mediterranean Welfare States found in the catalog.
March 30, 2003
Written in English
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This example illustrates how state policies devalue the traditionally gendered care work that women disproportionately perform, target poor women of color as subjects to be regulated, and reinforce heteronormative breadwinner-homemaker gender roles. In addition, welfare is linked to state policies governing marriage and family life. British Model. Used by the UK, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the South Asian countries the British model tends to have a welfare state of roughly average size, relative to high-income OECD countries, but less comprehensive than those in Scandinavia and much of continental Europe. They have somewhat more poverty and higher inequality. Despite having a smaller welfare state than.
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The Negro Family: The Case For National Action (known as the Moynihan Report, ) was written by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, an American sociologist serving as Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Lyndon B. Johnson of the United States. In , Moynihan was elected to the first of several terms as US senator from New York and continued to support liberal programs to try to end poverty. What is the nuclear family? Two (married, heterosexual) parents with a small number of children. Sometimes described as the cereal packet family because of the way it is presented as ideal and the norm in various areas of society (including advertising).. The New Right argue that this family form is essential for the functioning of a good society, but that various government policies and.
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This work analyses in a historical and comparative perspective the relationship between the family and the welfare state in two Mediterranean countries: Italy and Spain.
Two aims form the focus of the book. Firstly, to open the black box of the family in welfare state analysis, introducing a focus on inter-generational and kin relations. This work analyses in a historical and comparative perspective the relationship between the family and the welfare state in two Mediterranean countries: Italy and Spain.
Two aims form the focus of the book. Firstly, to open the black box of the family in welfare state analysis, introducing a focus on inter-generational and kin by: The family in the Mediterranean welfare state. [Manuela Naldini] Home.
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Create 'I would recommend this book for academics who want to study. This work analyses in a historical and comparative perspective the relationship between the family and the welfare state in two Mediterranean countries: Italy and Spain.
Two aims form the focus of the book. Firstly, to open the black box of the family in welfare state analysis, introducing a focus on inter-generational and kin : Manuela Naldini. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Foreword / Chiara Saraceno --pt.
ing Families and the Welfare State Welfare State and Family Models State Policies Towards the Family --pt. s of State Policies Towards the Family in the Authoritarian Period --Introduction:. The article underscores a number of features common to members of this extended family of welfare states.
Finally, three overarching themes that, in the past and present, appear to underlie the commonalities of Mediterranean welfare states and that can offer potential fruitful avenues for further study will be identified and discussed.
Casting aside the generally held assumption that national welfare regimes have common characteristics, this book makes the case that the Mediterranean states share a unique set of commonalities.
In doing so, it offers a close comparative analysis of policies towards children, families and gender in these nations—Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey. from book Children, Gender and Families in Mediterranean Welfare States (pp) Exploring the Extended Family of Mediterranean Welfare States, or: Did Beveridge and Bismarck Take a.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mimi Ajzenstadt; John Gal. Find more information about: ISBN: across welfare regimes / Hadas Mandel --Neighborhoods and families / James R. McDonell --Exploring the extended family of Mediterranean welfare states. The Myth of Mediterranean Familism.
Family values, family structure and public preferences for state intervention in care Ines Calzada and Clem Brooks 5. Bridge Over Troubled Waters. Family, gender and welfare in Portugal in the European context Anália Torres, Bernardo Coelho and Miguel Cabrita 6. Finally the paper classifies Malta’s Welfare State among the Mediterranean models of social assistance for its specific characteristics though, differently from the evolutive tendencies of these last ones, the passage from Welfare State to Welfare Mix is still problematic and slow in Malta.
Alert to growing apprehension about the state of the American family during his presidential campaign, Jimmy Carter had promised a conference on the subject.
Clearly less concerned with conditions in the ghetto than with satisfying feminist advocates, the administration named a black single (divorced) mother to lead the event, occasioning. Abstract. In the context of examining the Mediterranean welfare states, this chapter carries out a country-level analysis in order to uncover the common characteristics, as well as the differences, between the eight countries in this region.
The Scandinavian welfare systems, particularly through their extensive social services and national health programmes, have thus assumed many of the responsibilities that, in other countries, are undertaken by the family, private organisations or businesses, albeit with the help of state support.
The black family structure is not the only retrogression suffered by blacks in the age of racial enlightenment. In every census from toblacks were. Tracing its impact since the book’s publication inwe show that Three Worlds continues to be the point of reference for comparative welfare state research.
The European social model is a common vision many European states have for a society that combines economic growth with high living standards and good working ian Tony Judt has argued that the European social model "binds Europe together" in contrast to the 'American way of life'.
European states do not all use a single social model, but welfare states in Europe do share. As a function of this, the following brief analysis will seek to consider the ways in which the so-called “Mediterranean Welfare states” differ from those that are in place throughout much of the rest of Europe and indeed throughout the rest of the world.
In this way, it is the hope of this author that such a level of analysis will help the. Welfare in the Mediterranean Countries Jordan. 2 Welfare and competitiveness The concept of the Welfare State implies many considerations about social justice, social security, ability to pay and public expenditures.
These issues directed by Royal Family Members and. Gøsta Esping-Andersen (pronounced [ˈjøstæ ˈespe̝ŋ ˈɑnɐsn̩]) (born 24 November ) is a Danish sociologist whose primary focus has been on the welfare state and its place in capitalist economies.
Jacob Hacker describes him as the "dean of welfare state scholars." Over the past decade his research has moved towards family demographic issues. A synthesis of his work was published as. Childbearing and childrearing decisions are inextricably linked (Rindfuss and Brewster, ).
A discussion of the effects of welfare on fertility requires some consideration of how welfare affects child outcomes and how welfare (and other policy instruments), may affect fathers' decisions and involvement in childrearing. These are large topics in their own right,22The Board on Children, Youth.Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 2, results for Books: "Mediterranean Region" Skip to main search results.Nine Mediterranean cities are investigated as "gateway" cities, which shape two major effects of globalization: welfare and mobility.
The book challenges conventional North-South perspectives, and focuses and systematizes the way international migration should be originality of the book results from the author's fieldwork.