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Engendering Social Policy

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The articles collated in this text explore: how social policy constructs gendered relations; the difference/equailty debate; representations and discourses in social policy; the tensions and issues associated with restructuring domestic relations; and feminist alternatives to mainstream social policy solutions. The book adopts a comparative and international perspective taking on board the importance of global changes as well as illustrating its argument with practices and research from a number of countries. Overall, the ...

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Engendering Social Policy
1999, Open University Press, Philadelphia, PA

ISBN-13: 9780335201136

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