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Title Marginalized groups, inequalities and the post-war welfare state : whose welfare? / edited by Monika Báar and Paul van Trigt
Imprint Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
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 人文社會聯圖  HV238.A3 M37 2020    AVAILABLE    30600020130952
Descript x, 199 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Series Routledge studies in modern history ; 61
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Rescuing the European welfare state : the Social Affairs Committee of the early European Communities, 1953-1962 / Brian Shaev -- From territorialized rights to personalized international social rights? The making of the European Convention on the Social Security of Migrant Workers (1957) / Karim Fertikh -- The ILO and the shift towards economic liberalization in the international professional rehabilitation policy of people with disabilities after World War II / Gildas Brégain -- Farewell to social Europe? An entangled perspective on European disability policies in the 1980s and 1990s / Paul van Trigt -- The history of a phantom welfare state : the United States / Rose Ernst -- Managing the transition from war to peace : post-war citizenship-based welfare in Italy and France, 1944-1947 / Giacoma Canepa -- Disabled citizens and the neoliberal turn in Britain : whose rights and whose responsibilities? / Monika Baár -- Welfare : defended, questioned, complemented? Belgian welfare arrangements in the 1970s-1980s from the perspective of disability organizations / Anaïs Van Ertvelde -- A new inequality in the Danish welfare state : the development of immigration and integration policy in post-war Denmark / Heidi Vad Jønsson -- Conclusion: Beyond citizenship and 'responsibilization' in the exclusionary welfare state : realizing universal human rights through social resilience-building and interactional justice? / Veronika Flegar
"With its focus on different marginalized groups: migrants and people with disabilities, this volume offers novel perspectives on the national and international dimensions of the post-war welfare state in Western Europe and North America"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Welfare state -- Europe, Western -- History
Welfare state -- North America -- History
Welfare state -- Cross-cultural studies
Public welfare -- Europe, Western -- History
Public welfare -- North America -- History
People with disabilities -- Services for -- Europe, Western
People with disabilities -- Services for -- North America
Immigrants -- Services for -- Europe, Western
Immigrants -- Services for -- North America
Europe, Western -- Social conditions -- 20th century
North America -- Social conditions -- 20th century
Alt Author Baár, Monika, editor
Trigt, Paul van, 1980- editor
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