8 edition of Gender, Justice and Welfare found in the catalog.
February 8, 2003
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
The commissioned papers have been published in a book Gender Justice, Development, and Rights, edited by Maxine Molyneux and Shahra Razavi (OUP, ). For more information, click on "Publications" on the right. Questions about gender, justice and crime are constantly in the public arena, whether they focus on young women getting drunk or taking drugs, or the rising numbers of women going to prison or committing violent crimes, or reports of macho behaviour on the part of men in the military, law enforcement or professional sport. This book provides a key text for students seeking to understand.
The essays are drawn primarily from the writings of lawyers working in the common law tradition and they mainly examine the justice of legal institutions. Due to the close kinship between political and legal theories of justice, the book also includes a selection of the work of the more prominent political theorists of justice and gender. 1Greg Maney, one of my research assistants, surveyed the books on the welfare state reviewed by the American Journal of Sociology from to the present. His research revealed that “mainstream” scholarship, continues to ignore the relationship between gender and the welfare state; further information is available by writing to Ann Orloff.
Gender Justice, Development, and Rights is co-published with Oxford University Press under their series on Democratization. Paperback, ISBN , GBP , pages, Hardback, , GBP , pages, Order from: Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, UK. Gender justice in the spirit of social justice is about more than simply questioning the relationship between men and women. It involves crafting strategies for corrective action toward transforming society as a whole to make it more just and equal and it means .
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Bad Girls in Britain: Gender, Justice and Welfare, Cited by: 1. About this book Introduction The first major study of the history of British "bad girls," this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system, examine the processes leading to their definition as delinquent, defective or neglected, and analyses possibilities for reform.
Gender, Justice and Welfare: Bad Girls in Britain, - Pamela Cox - Google Books. The first major study of the history of British "bad girls", this book uses a wide range of professional, popular, and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the 20th century juvenile justice system.
It examines the processes leading to their definition as variously delinquent, defective. This book explores the development of the juvenile justice system in England and Wales.
Concentrating on girls, Cox maps out and explains how they came to be defined as 'problems' and how they were subsequently treated in the child welfare system. How to Cite. TODD, S. (), Gender, Justice and Welfare: Bad Girls in Britain, – by Pamela Cox.
Gender & History, – doi: /j Keywords care, gender justice, Romania, welfare state Alstott, A. () No Exit: What Parents Owe their Children and What Society Owes Parents. Oxford: Oxford University by: 4.
Brid Featherstone is Professor of Social Work and Social Policy at the University of Bradford. Carol-Ann Hooper is Senior Lecturer in Social Policy at the University of York.
Jonathan Scourfield is Reader in Social Work at Cardiff School of Social Sciences. Julie Taylor is Professor of Family Health and Research Dean in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Dundee.
Some Romanian feminist scholars argue that welfare policies of post-communist states are deeply unjust to women and preclude them from reaching economic autonomy. The upshot of this argument is that liberal economic policy would advance feminist. The book reveals the multiple and complex pathways to gender justice, illuminating the opportunities and obstacles to social change for policymakers, advocates, and others seeking to advance women's by: 4.
Gender, Justice and Welfare offers an invaluable contribution to the history of girlhood and, more generally, to scholarship on children, crime and social welfare in the first half of. Buy Bad Girls in Britain: Gender, Justice and Welfare, by Cox, P. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Buy Gender, Justice and Welfare in Britain, Bad Girls in Britain, by Cox, Pamela (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Pamela Cox. Book Description. Gender Justice and Human Rights in International Development Assistance provides a critical analysis of how frameworks of gender equality play out in the field of international development assistance, at theoretical, international legislative and policy levels, donor and national policy levels and programme levels.
If current dominant theoretical perspectives are not. Gender,Justice and Welfare in Britain, Bad Girls in Britain, Authors: Cox, P. Editors: Campling, Jo (Ed.) Free Preview. Meanwhile theglobal shift in the consensus over the role of the state in welfare provision has in many contexts entailed the down-sizing of public services and the re-allocation of service delivery to commercial interests, charitable groups, NGOs and households.
Gender Justice, Development, and Rights reflects on this ambivalent record, and on. The essays are drawn primarily from the writings of lawyers working in the common law tradition and they mainly examine the justice of legal institutions.
Due to the close kinship between political and legal theories of justice, the book also includes a selection of the work of the more prominent political theorists of justice and by: 2.
Gender and the US Welfare State There are many ways that nations and national policies are gendered. In this section we will focus on the U.S. welfare state. Here, we do not cover everything pertaining to the welfare state; we clarify debates and provide : Donovan Lessard, Laura Heston, Miliann, Miliann Kang, Sonny Nordmarken, Kang.
Gender justice and the welfare state in post-communism Article (PDF Available) in Feminist Theory 9(2) August with 60 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Anca Gheaus.Gender, justice, and welfare: bad girls in Britain, [Pamela Cox] -- "The first major study of the history of British 'bad girls', this book uses a range of professional, popular and personal sources to explore the experiences of girls in the early juvenile justice.The book examines commonalities and differences in the operation of various structures of power (gender, class, race/ethnicity, generation) and their interactions within the institutional domains of intra-national and especially inter-national migration that produce context-specific forms of social injustice.