ABSTRACT

Aims to review the issues raised by the state provision of social benefits and to examine the principles on which their provision may be deemed to rest.

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PART ONE THE DEBATE ABOUT SOCIAL POLICY

chapter 1|32 pages

Issues and Objectives

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PART TWO QUESTIONS OF PRINCIPLE

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PART THREE QUESTIONS OF PRACTICE

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PART FOUR SOME ISSUES OF POLICY IN EUROPE

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PART FIVE SHAPING THE COURSE OF POLICY

chapter 12|15 pages

Principle, Process and Policy

chapter 13|11 pages

Is There Scope for Change?