4 edition of The Radical right and the welfare state found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 175-186) and index.
|Statement||edited by Howard Glennerster and James Midgley.|
|Series||Studies in international social policy and welfare|
|Contributions||Glennerster, Howard., Midgley, James.|
|LC Classifications||HN17.5 .R35 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|ISBN 10||0745009778, 0389209767|
|LC Control Number||92162829|
This book offers a careful examination of the politics of social policy in an era of austerity and conservative governance. Focusing on the administrations of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, Pierson provides a compelling explanation for the welfare state's durability and for the few occasions where each government was able to achieve significant cutbacks. The welfare state The Attlee government is rightly seen as one of the great reformist administrations of the 20th century. It is a pleasant irony that the impetus for .
Popular and partisan reactions to multiculturalism have proven pervasive in societies around the world. As governments work to direct policy toward immigrants, law and order, and social welfare provision, among other areas, populist radical right-wing parties have contributed to the discourse, agendas, and policy responses. Still, scholars debate the precise role of radical right-wing . Two renowned investment advisors and authors of the bestseller The Great Reckoning bring to light both currents of disaster and the potential for prosperity and renewal in the face of radical changes in human history as we move into the next century. The Sovereign Individual details strategies necessary for adapting financially to the next phase of Western civilization.5/5(2).
This paper therefore analyses how the radical right parties' discourse on the welfare state developed over time in five Western countries: Germany, France, Italy, the UK, and the US. The analysis is based on the content of political manifestos in national elections since the s and it looks at all the main social policy fields - from. The resurgence of strong radical right-wing parties and movements constitutes one of the most significant political changes in democratic states during the past several decades, particularly in Europe. This resurgence has attracted interest from political scientists, sociologists, historians, and other scholars, most of whose research focuses on party and electoral politics.
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The Radical Right and the Welfare State: An International Assessment (Studies in International Social Policy and Welfare) by James Midgley (Author), Howard Glennerster (Author) ISBN Cited by: The Radical Right and the Welfare State (Studies in International Social Policy & Welfare) [Midgley, James, Glennerster, Howard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Radical Right and the Welfare State (Studies in International Social Policy & Welfare). From this starting point, Bell and his authors evaluate the ways the right went beyond programs and the self-descriptions of its leaders and organizers.
The Radical Right explains McCarthyism and its successors in terms of conflicts over social status and the shape of American culture. Daniel Bell focuses on the social dislocation of significant groups in the post-New Deal decades.5/5(2).
This is an important book for anyone who cares about making the welfare state relevant for the 21st century.
Cottam is a brave thinker and practitioner, unafraid of muddying the ground between (or beyond) right and left, and this book should be read and acted upon by those who are in positions to make changes at both the local and national level/5(34).
The Radical right and the welfare state: an international assessment. [Howard Glennerster; James Midgley;] -- For much of this century, governments have accepted the principle of state responsibility for the welfare of its citizens: in spite of ideological differences about the appropriate scale of state.
This is an important book for anyone who cares about making the welfare state relevant for the 21st century. Cottam is a brave thinker and practitioner, unafraid of muddying the ground between (or beyond) right and left, and this book should be read and acted upon by those who are in positions to make changes at both the local and national s: Radical Help by Hilary Cottam review – how to revolutionise the welfare state.
This inspiring book is based on a social activist’s series of experiments giving people the control to. Hilary Cottam. T he digital transition is a complete paradigm change.
It is radically transforming our methods of production and consumption and forcing us to reinvent all of our institutions. In her recent book Radical Help: How we can remake the relationships between us and revolutionize the welfare state (Virago, ), Hilary Cottam reflects on how we can reinvent the most massive.
In the New York Times, David Brooks called Radical Help ‘mind-shifting‘ writing that Cottam is showing the way to a welfare system of the future. Nicholas Timmins, the biographer of the welfare state, wrote ‘Humane and beautifully written there are powerful ideas here.
This book should be required reading for every politician, professional and manager who seeks to make the UK a better place.’. The chapter explores the importance of the welfare state as a political issue for radical right p arties, a party family that is u sually considered to mobilize their voters on cultural issues such.
Human stories are the beating heart of Radical Help, yet Cottam has a far bigger argument to make about our “moribund” and costly welfare state, designed for a postwar, midth century world but no longer fit for purpose.
William Beveridge presumed on women’s unpaid work to keep the domestic sphere going, but with longer life spans and. This book shows how the welfare state should be strengthened and adapted to address the mounting economic, social, and environmental challenges of today’s and, most crucially, tomorrow's world.
François Bourguignon, Paris School of Economics, former Chief Economist of the World Bank The welfare state is under attack in many countries, but as. The term "radical right" was coined by Seymour Martin Lipset and included in a book titled The New American Right, which was published in The contributors to that book identified a conservative "responsible Right" as represented by the Republican administration of Dwight D.
Eisenhower and a radical right that wished to change political. This thesis looks at the success of radical right parties in Western Europe through the perspective of welfare politics, by examining parties and voters in a comparative and mixed method perspective.
I argue that purely socio-cultural or socio-economic accounts of the radical right success face several theoretical and empirical shortcomings. Buy Radical Help: How we can remake the relationships between us and revolutionise the welfare state by Cottam, Hilary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Welfare Politics and the Radical Right. The Relevance of Welfare Politics for the Radical Right’s Success in Western Europe.
Elie Michel. Thesis submitted for assessment with a view to obtaining the degree of Doctor of Political and Social Sciences of the European University Institute Florence, 15. This chapter explores the importance of the welfare state as a political issue for radical right parties.
It considers the role of the class setup of parties, party competition, and issue salience as possible determinants of welfare state positions. This exciting and ambitious book shows how we can re-design the welfare state for this century.
The welfare state was revolutionary: it lifted thousands out. This book confronts one of the most fiercely contested issues in current political debates: how is welfare state retrenchment possible in modern democracies despite the welfare state's continuing popular appeal.
Starke offers an international comparative analysis of welfare state retrenchment and an in-depth examination of its radical deployments. Throughout the modernized world, a massive, bureaucratic apparatus of state welfare has been built up since the s.
This book examines the major deficiencies of the welfare state: the incoherence of its underlying philosophy; its redundancy in an era of prosperity and progress; its costs; its inefficiency; and the harm it does to those it should help by driving them into underclass dependency.
Education and social welfare will be handed over to the church. I spent two years inside the Christian right in writing my book “American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on .The welfare state is a form of government in which the state protects and promotes the economic and social well-being of the citizens, based upon the principles of equal opportunity, equitable distribution of wealth, and public responsibility for citizens unable to avail themselves of the minimal provisions for a good life.
Sociologist T. H. Marshall described the modern welfare state as a. In empirical analysis of national elections in 16 European polities from towe find that the universal welfare state directly depresses the vote for radical right-wing populist parties and conditions the linkages between capital mobility, trade openness and foreign immigration on the one hand and electoral support for the new far.