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by Rex Pope,Alan Prat,Bernard Hoyle

  • ISBN: 0709940351
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Rex Pope,Alan Prat,Bernard Hoyle
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (February 2, 1986)
  • Pages: 280
  • ePub book: 1480 kb
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Students of economic and social history and of social policy and administration are being required to do. .

Students of economic and social history and of social policy and administration are being required to do more and more work with original documents, and this collection is tailored to meet their needs. The primary sources are presented in two sections, covering the periods 1885-c. This collection of documents follows the same format as Pope and Hoyle’s British Economic Performance (1984), to provide a survey of the main developments in social welfare. Students of economic and social history and of social policy and administration are being required to do more and more work with original documents, and this collection is tailored to meet their needs.

This collection of documents follows the same format as Pope and Hoyle's British Economic Performance (1984), to provide a survey of the main developments in social welfare

This collection of documents follows the same format as Pope and Hoyle's British Economic Performance (1984), to provide a survey of the main developments in social welfare.

Home Browse Books Book details, Social Welfare in Britain, 1885-1985. By Rex Pope, Alan Pratt, Bernard Hoyle. Social Welfare in Britain, 1885-1985. This collection of documents follows the same format as Pope and Hoyle's British Economic Performance (1984), to provide a survey of the main developments in social welfare.

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Rex Pope, Alan Pratt. This collection of documents follows the same format as Pope and Hoyle 's British Economic Performance (1984), to provide a survey of the main developments in social welfare. Kenzo Kashino added it Aug 16, 2010.

Previous books in the trilogy are New Labour, new welfare state? (1999) and Evaluating New Labour’s welfare reforms (2002) (see below). The works should be read by academics, undergraduates and post-graduates on courses in social policy, public policy and political science. The Politics of Path-Breaking Change: The Transformation of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany.

ByRex Pope, Alan Prat, Bernard Hoyle. Pope, . Prat, . Hoyle, B. (1986). Social Welfare in Britain 1885-1985.

By: Rex Pope; Alan Prat; Bernard Hoyle. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9781138467095, 113846709X. You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to Social Welfare in Britain 1885-1985. eText ISBN: 9781135785413, 1135785414. eTextbook Return Policy. There are a few important things to keep in mind when returning an eBook you purchased from the VitalSource Store: You have 14 calendar days to return an item from the date you purchased it. You have not viewed or printed, in total, more than twenty percent (20%) of the VitalSource eTextbook.

This collection of documents follows the same format as Pope and Hoyle’s British Economic Performance (1984), to provide a survey of the main developments in social welfare. Students of economic and social history and of social policy and administration are being required to do more and more work with original documents, and this collection is tailored to meet their needs.

The primary sources are presented in two sections, covering the periods 1885-c. 1940 and c. 1940 to 1985. During the former, ideas on, and the scope of, welfare provision, broadened greatly. There was a sense of progress. Developments though were piecemeal. There was no conception of a ‘Welfare State’. The second period begins with the changes associated with the assumption that Britain was establishing a Welfare State. But the hopes of 1940 have not been fulfilled, and there has been growing speculation about the value of such an organisation of society.

The extracts reflect these changes. They are grouped under the headings to facilitate reference. Students at all levels, especially A-level, first degree and professional training courses, will find the book a valuable resource. Materials included are drawn from minutes of evidence, newspapers, political party publications and professional bodies and groups.