Children, Changing Families and Welfare States

av J Lewis  (inbunden, 2006)

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  • Inbunden (hardback)
  • Språk: Engelska
  • Antal sidor: 328
  • Utg.datum: 2006-12-01
  • Upplaga: illustrated ed
  • Förlag: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
  • Illustrationer: Illustrations
  • Dimensioner: 240 x 164 x 22 mm
  • Vikt: 640 g
  • ISBN: 9781845425234

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Contents: 1. Introduction: Children in the Context of Changing Families and Welfare States Jane Lewis PART I: CHILDREN AS A SOCIAL INVESTMENT 2. The LEGO' Paradigm and New Social Risks: Consequences for Children Jane Jenson 3. An Agenda for Children: Investing in the Future or Promoting Wellbeing in the Present Ruth Lister PART II: PAYING FOR CHILDREN 4. Child Benefit Packages in 15 Countries in 2004 Jonathan Bradshaw 5. Paying for the Costs of Children in Eight North European Countries: Ambivalent Trends Ulla Bjornberg 6. Paying for Children: Current Issues and Implications of Policy Debates Fran Bennett PART III: CARING FOR CHILDREN 7. Cultures of Childhood and the Relationship of Care and Employment in European Welfare States Birgit Pfau-Effinger 8. From a Childcare to a Pedagogical Discourse - Or Putting Care in its Place Peter Moss 9. The OECD and the Work/Family Reconciliation Agenda: Competing Frames Rianne Mahon PART IV: CHILDREN AND THE SEARCH FOR A WORK-LIFE BALANCE 10. Childcare in a Changing World: Policy Responses to Working Time Flexibility in France Marie-Therese Letablier 11. Work-Life Balance from the Children's Perspective Ute Klammer 12. Squeezed between Two Agendas: Work and Childcare in the Flexible UK Diane Perrons 13. Men and Women's Agency and Capabilities to Create a Work-Life Balance in Diverse and Changing Institutional Contexts Barbara Hobson, Ann-Zolfe Duvander and Karin Hallden