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by Cornelius Grebe

Author: Cornelius Grebe
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften; 2010 edition (October 8, 2009)
Pages: 244 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.1
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Cornelius Grebe offers an analysis of work-family reconciliation policy in Germany during the coalition government of 1998 to 2005. His emphasis lies on Anti-Discrimination Policy, Childcare Policy, Parental Leave Policy, and Working Time Policy.

Cornelius Grebe offers an analysis of work-family reconciliation policy in Germany during the coalition government of 1998 to 2005. The study combines a social constructionist stance with an alternative feminist standpoint, thus offering a new methodology for political science

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book by Cornelius Grebe. This refers to the set of c- cepts which determines the delimitation among the totality of phenomena of those selected as objects of analysis'(Topalov 1979: 446).

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Are you sure you want to remove Reconciliation policy in Germany 1998-2008 from your list? Reconciliation policy in Germany 1998-2008. construing the 'problem' of the incompatibility of paid employment and care work. 1st ed. by Cornelius Grebe. Published 2009 by VS Verlag für in Wiesbaden.

Cornelius Grebe offers an analysis of work-family reconciliation policy in Germany during the  . The study combines a social constructionist stance with an alternative feminist standpoint, thus offering a new methodology for political science. Genesis of the study The present study developed out of three interrelated strands of our intellectual - riosity which evolved, triggered by an engagement with a discipline unique to the UK in its approach, Social Policy.

Автор: Cornelius Grebe Название: Reconciliation Policy in Germany 1998-2008 Издательство: Springer .

Описание: As the first attempt to analyze the social determinant of health care utilization in Germany, this volume supplies an internationally relevant blueprint for future analyses. It traces the causality of a person& social status on their health outcomes.

Cornelius Grebe offers an analysis of work-family reconciliation policy in Germany during the coalition government of 1998 to. . The study combines a social constructionist stance with an alternative feminist standpoint, thus offering a new methodology for political science

In book: Family, Care and Work in Europe: an Issue of Gender?, Chapter: Reconciliation of Care .

Cite this publication. Taking paid work among men and women beyond pension age as an example, the contribution examines the interrelationship between life courses, gendered welfare regimes, and later-life employment outcomes. Using both quantitative and qualitative data, the article focuses on the role of inequalities, gender and marital status for working despite receiving a pension, and on the subjective reasons for.

This thesis modifies a c- textual social constructionist paradigm of inquiry and combines it with a feminist standpoint in the analysis of policies claimed to be aimed at reconciling paid - ployment and care work in Germany from 1998 to 2005. Genesis of the study The present study developed out of three interrelated strands of our intellectual - riosity which evolved, triggered by an engagement with a discipline unique to the UK in its approach, Social Policy

Cornelius Grebe offers an analysis of work-family reconciliation policy in Germany during the coalition government of 1998 to 2005. The study combines a social constructionist stance with an alternative feminist standpoint, thus offering a new methodology for political science

‘In all research, the choice of object is primary and decisive. This refers to the set of c- cepts which determines the delimitation among the totality of phenomena of those selected as objects of analysis’(Topalov 1979: 446). In this quote Topalov addresses the ‘fundamental illusion’ of empiricist research approaches: that objects of inquiry are self-evident givens. The rejection of this - piricist ‘illusion’constitutes the foundation of this thesis. This thesis modifies a c- textual social constructionist paradigm of inquiry and combines it with a feminist standpoint in the analysis of policies claimed to be aimed at reconciling paid - ployment and care work in Germany from 1998 to 2005. 1.1 Genesis of the study The present study developed out of three interrelated strands of our intellectual - riosity which evolved, triggered by an engagement with a discipline unique to the UK in its approach, Social Policy. First, in what can be described as a fruitful int- lectual adaptation process to a new discipline, an initial interest in welfare state transformation in Eastern Europe developed into a keen interest in family policies.