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Scandals do not just happen. They are made. They are constructed out of everyday tragedies, such as the carelessness or institutional brutality of the long stay hospital, the abuse of children, or the violent deaths of innocent bystanders. This revis … weiterlesen
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Titel: Scandal, Social Policy and Social Welfare: (Revised Second Edition)
Autor/en: Ian Butler, Mark Drakeford

ISBN: 1861347464
EAN: 9781861347466
REV.
Sprache: Englisch.
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Juli 2005 - kartoniert - 320 Seiten

Beschreibung

Scandals do not just happen. They are made. They are constructed out of everyday tragedies, such as the carelessness or institutional brutality of the long stay hospital, the abuse of children, or the violent deaths of innocent bystanders. This revised editionby examining the landmark scandals of the postwar periodreveals how scandals are generated, to what purposes they are used and whose interest they are made to serve.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Scandal; 'Gothic nightmare': madness and public policy from the eighteenth century; 'The corruption of care': the Ely Hospital Inquiry 1969; 'Household happiness, gracious children': children, welfare and public policy, 1840-1970; The story of Cinderella: the report of the Committee of Inquiry into the Care and Supervision Provided in Relation to Maria Colwell 1974; 'Mere oblivion': the fate of the institution and the advent of community care; 'Carnage in the community': the Christopher Clunis Inquiry 1993; 'An ambience of uneasiness': the residential care of children, 1834-1990; 'A narrow, punitive and harshly restrictive experience': the Pindown experience and the protection of children. The Report of the Staffordshire Child Care Inquiry 1991; Scandal, welfare and public policy; The final chapter?

Portrait

Ian Butler is Professor of Social Work at the School of Social Relations, Keele University. Mark Drakeford is Professor of Social Policy & Applied Social Sciences in the School of Social Sciences, University of Wales, Cardiff.

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Reviews of the first edition: "This thought-provoking and enjoyable book offers a concise summary of historical trends and theoretical perspectives that helps the reader to see how the Climbie case, like other welfare scandals and inquiries, has both contributed to, and been shaped by, underlying seismic policy shifts." Child and Family Social Work "... an original and thought-provoking book which is very much to be welcomed." Journal of Social Policy
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