Women's Issues in Social Policy

Women's Issues in Social Policy

by Mavis Maclean (Editor), Dulcie Groves (Editor)

Synopsis

"Women's Issues In Social Policy" demonstrates the impossibility of understanding the welfare state without understanding how it treats women, especially as dependents within the family; and the conflicts of interest between men and women as well as the unequal power relationships in the welfare context. Written from a feminist perspective, "Women's Issues in Social Policy" incorporates recent research findings, revealing the breadth and depth of recent work in previously unexplored areas such as time budgeting and transport, as well as developing analysis in traditional areas of interest such as health and personal care.

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Format: Paperback
WFTC1:0
Pages: 256
Publisher: Routledge
Published: 04 Apr 1991

ISBN 10: 0415041228
ISBN 13: 9780415041225