The Transformation of Care in European Societies

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ISBN-13:
9781137326515
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
346
Autor:
Margarita Leon
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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This book aims to explore the nature and extent of the 'care deficit' problem in European societies and how effective the different care systems are in dealing with these problems through policy innovation. It combines theoretical and conceptual debates, cross-national comparisons and analytically-driven case studies.
Introduction 1. Pressures Towards and Within Universalism: Conceptualising Change in Care Policy and Discourse 2. Cross-National Variations in Care and Care as a Labour Market 3. Migrant Care Work in Europe: Variety and Institutional Determinant 4. Explaining Differences in Childcare and Women's Employment Across Six European 'Gender Arrangements' 5. Support for Government Intervention in Child Care Across European Countries 6. Support to the Elderly and Caring Regimes: An Analysis of Patterns of Informal Support and their Determinants in Six European Countries 7. The Transnationalisation of Older Care in Austria 8. Nordic Care and Care Work in the Public Service Model of Denmark: Ideational Factors of Change 9. Day-Care Trends for Children Under Three Years in Germany 10. Long Term and Child Care Policies in Italy Between Familism and Privatisation 11. Transformation of Elderly Care in Poland 12. Early Childhood Education and Care Provision in Spain 13. Divisions of Care Labour: Care for Older People and Migrant Workers in England 14. Similar Trends, Different Responses: The Transformation of Care in European Societies
This book aims to explore the nature and extent of the 'care deficit' problem in European societies and how effective the different care systems are in dealing with these problems through policy innovation. It combines theoretical and conceptual debates, cross-national comparisons and analytically-driven case studies.

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