|Author:||Astrid Pfenning,Thomas Bahle|
|Publisher:||Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (February 20, 2001)|
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Comparative family policy studies have flourished in recent years. The growing recognition of family policy is related to far-reaching changes in family structures since the mid-1960s and to the growth of European welfare states to fiscal and institutional limits.
Comparative family policy studies have flourished in recent years. With recent welfare state reforms, the family, gender roles, and the social division of labour have become Comparative family policy studies have flourished in recent years.
Cite this publication. The high incidence of self-employment in Southern European countries has been discussed as an expression of familialism (Flaquer 2000). The different faces of in-work poverty across welfare state regimes.
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Families and family policies in Europe : comparative perspectives. Astrid Pfenning, Thomas Bahle.
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Across Europe and beyond, changing family living arrangements have stimulated popular and academic debate about the . It will be of particular interest to those engaged in or about to undertake comparative policy studies. Скачать (pdf, 981 Kb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.
Across Europe and beyond, changing family living arrangements have stimulated popular and academic debate about the impact of socio-demographic trends on family well-being and the challenges they present for governments. This path-breaking book explores the complex relationship between family change and public policy responses in the enlarged European Union.
Family Life & Family Policies in Europe. The standardized framework connects the macro perspective of national policy peculiarities with the micro perspective of an analysis of the changing living arrangements of two cohorts of women-those starting families and those whose children are leaving home. Thus, the book provides new interdisciplinary insights into country-specific information and tools for specific thematic comparisons.
Gender equality policy in comparative perspective. Bahle, Thomas (1998). Current Child and Family Policy in the United States. Politics, Groups, and Identities, Vol. 4, Issue. Family Policy in Germany: Towards a Macrosociological Frame for Analysis. Retrieved June 23, 2012, from ww. zes. Béland, Daniel (2005). Ideas and Social Policy: An Institutionalist Perspective, Social Policy & Administration 39(1): 1–18. Béland, Daniel (2009). Auburn House, chapter 3.