The problem with neo-conservative social policy: rethinking the ethics of citizenship and the welfare state

Watts, R and Marston, G 2004, 'The problem with neo-conservative social policy: rethinking the ethics of citizenship and the welfare state', Just Policy, vol. 33, pp. 34-45.


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Title The problem with neo-conservative social policy: rethinking the ethics of citizenship and the welfare state
Author(s) Watts, R
Marston, G
Year 2004
Journal name Just Policy
Volume number 33
Start page 34
End page 45
Total pages 12
Publisher Victorian Council of Social Service
Abstract In 2003 Peter Sounders, Director of Social Research at the Centre for Independent Studies (ClS), the neo-canservative think-tank, declared the demise of the welfare state. He did so on the grounds that the 'mass welfare state' was a historically transitional accomplishment and that the circumstances that had brought it into being were now disappearing. This argument is part of a larger neaconservative policy project.
Subject Social Policy
ISSN 1323-2266
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