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    Against Orthodoxy: Social Theory and its Discontents

    £40.49 £44.99
    The book contains groundbreaking and immersive essays on crucial 20th Century scholars on social theory, discussed and analyzed from a radical, critical theory perspective. Aronowitz provides his unique and lauded critical eye toward the leading thinkers of our age, crafting an immersive set of essays on radical thought.

    Bordering

    £16.19 £17.99
    "This book is a richly document account, based on original research, of how bordering has become dispersed into the interstices of everyday life. Controlling borders is about much more than patrolling territorial boundaries: it now comprises a multitude of practices and processes in local contexts of everyday life"--

    Britain Divided

    £8.96 £9.95

    European Welfare Futures: Towards a Theory of Retrenchment

    £13.29 £18.99
    European Welfare Futures presents a clear and up--to--date analysis of developments in social policy in the main EU member states. It provides a systematic account of welfare retrenchment and assesses the competing explanations of this process.

    Housing Policy

    £27.29 £42.99

    Housing Policy and Economic Power

    £47.69 £52.99
    Published in 2002, Housing Policy and Economic Power is a valuable contribution to the field of Human Geography.

    Inequality in Transport

    £27.00 £30.00

    Introducing Social Policy 2ed

    £38.69 £42.99
    The completely revised second edition of this highly respected textbook provides a comprehensive yet digestible and accessible introduction to the theoretical foundations, development and crucial areas of contemporary concern in social policy and welfare.

    Introduction to Social Policy

    £29.69 £32.99
    Exploring essential topics, this text covers themes and issues for students studying social policy or related disciplines such as sociology, social work, or nursing and social care.

    Materiality and society

    £20.29 £28.99
    This book examines the relationships between society and material culture: the interaction between people and things. Tim Dant argues that the traditional approach to material culture has focused on the symbolic meanings of objects, largely overlooking the material impact that objects have on everyday life in late modernity.

    Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics

    £14.39 £15.99
    An impassioned and biting critique of the failure of American liberalism.

    Origins of the British welfare state

    £34.19 £37.99
    Provides a comprehensive introduction to the history of social welfare and social policy in Britain before the modern welfare state. It examines the role played by voluntary social provision (including self-help and mutual aid), as well as the growth of state intervention, in meeting welfare needs.

    Policy 3ed

    £26.99 £29.99
    Policy is key reading for the student studying the subject, the public official or community activist engaged in making policy, and the interested member of the public who wants to know where policy comes from, and why it matters.

    Poverty

    £11.19 £15.99
    Poverty remains one of the most urgent issues of our time. In this stimulating new textbook, Ruth Lister introduces students to the meaning and experience of poverty in the contemporary world.

    Poverty Safari: Understanding the Anger of Britain's Underclass

    £9.89 £10.99
    A prize-winning, breakout bestseller, with famous fans including J. K. Rowling, Irvine Welsh and Ken Loach. This powerful, moving and important book will change how you think about poverty.

    Reconceptualizing Social Policy: Sociological Perspectives on Contemporary Social Policy

    £20.29 £28.99
    Reconceptualizing Social Policy captures the different ways in which social policy can be understood.

    Short Guide to Social Policy

    £9.99 £10.99
    Social policy is the means by which we improve the welfare and well-being of society. This introductory text offers an overview of the 'five pillars' of social policy: social security, employment, education, health, housing. It outlines the basics of social policy and explains key policy goals and how welfare is delivered.

    Social Policy

    £39.59 £43.99
    Offers coverage of the key theories, concepts and issues in social policy. This text has been designed to provide students with the essential tools to gain a clear understanding of the theoretical debates surrounding the discipline.

    Social Policy 4ed

    £40.49 £44.99
    The fourth edition of this well-respected textbook includes three new chapters on the history and development of social policy, making social policy in a global context, and how to research and write about social policy. It is up-to-date with the coalition government's welfare agenda, and remains the best introduction to social policy available.

    Social Policy for the Twenty-First Century

    £13.99 £19.99
    In the new century, governments face three challenges for their social policies. Their efforts to improve their citizens' well-being must be consistent with the development of the world economy, and should if possible enhance the situation of the poorest populations.

    Social Policy in Britain 5ed

    £29.69 £32.99

    Social Policy in the Modern World

    £21.17 £33.95
    Written in a concise and accessible style by Michael Hill, this textprovides a coherent, thematic account of social policy in the modern world. Takes a comparative approach, considering the ways in which different countries approach social policies.

    Social Problems and Social Justice

    £30.59 £33.99
    This book discusses the nature and significance of social problems, and considers the relationship between social problems and social justice. It provides an overview of some of the key problems currently facing society, and clearly and systematically demonstrates how these problems perpetuate social injustice, inequality and discrimination.

    Towards A More Equal Society?

    £25.19 £27.99
    As New Labour approaches the end of an unprecedented third term in office, this bestselling book asks whether Britain is more equal than it was in 1997. This second volume, following on from the highly successful "A more equal society?", provides an independent assessment of the success or otherwise of New Labour's policies.

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