Community Care, Ideology, and Social Policy
Prentice Hall Europe, 1998 - 246 páginas
This book offers a comprehensive evaluation of community care strategies within the context of government social policy, and assesses the recent shifts of political power from Conservative to Labour towards the end of the century. Unlike the majority of texts in the field of community care, it makes explicit the historical, philosophical, social and political inter-connections, and therefore provides an in-depth understanding of changing policy issues for students, practicioners and managers in health and social care.
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It will be argued in this book that community care policies are founded on this
ideology of familialism. If one accepts the thesis that all policies are premised
upon such an ideology, it calls into question the validity of the distinction often
made in ...
Since World War II, government policies have attempted to integrate people with
impairments into the community. However, disabled persons have traditionally
received little formal assistance; it is argued that this is essentially due to the ...
Critics argue, however, that official surveys systematically underestimate the
predominance of disability by excluding those whose day-to-day activities are
unhampered because of medication (Cooper and Vernon, 1996). The drawback
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