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From transmitted deprivation to social exclusion

Policy, poverty, and parenting

by John Welshman

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Policy Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family welfare,
  • Poverty,
  • Public Policy - General,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12058040M
    ISBN 101861348355
    ISBN 109781861348357

      Abstract John Welshman’s new book fills a major gap in social policy: the history of debates over transmitted deprivation and their relationship with current initiatives on social exclusion. The book explores the content and background to Sir Keith Joseph’s famous “cycle of deprivation” speech in , examining his own personality and family background, his concern with “problem families”, and Author: Scie Scie. Summary: This book explores the history of debates over 'transmitted deprivation' and their relationship with current initiatives on social exclusion. It examines the content and backround to Sir Keith Joseph's famous 'cycle of deprivation' speech of and traces the .

    Tarani Chandola, Richard Conibere, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Concepts and Definitions Related to Social Exclusion and Social Deprivation. The concepts of social deprivation and social exclusion share a similar focus on the inability of individuals to participate fully in the life of their community or society. Find out more about Lancaster University's research activities, view details of publications, outputs and awards and make contact with our researchers.

    De Haan, A., , ‘Social Exclusion: Towards an Holistic Understanding of Deprivation’, Department for International Development, London What are the conceptual merits of the notion of social exclusion, and how relevant is it for developing. 1. To improve the measurement of poverty, deprivation, social exclusion and standard of living. 2. To measure the change in the nature and extent of poverty and social exclusion over the past ten years. 3. To produce policy-relevant results about the causes and outcomes of poverty and social exclusion.


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The book uses Sir Keith Joseph’s famous “cycle of deprivation” speech in as a backdrop to explore British New Labour’s approach to child poverty: initiatives such as Sure Start, the influence of research on Author: John Welshman. John Welshman's new book fills a major gap in social policy: the history of debates over 'transmitted deprivation', and their relationship with current initiatives on social exclusion.

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John Welshman's book is a thorough and fascinating study of the history of poverty and policy from the mid-twentieth century to the early twenty-first tracing the links between Keith Joseph's ‘cycle of deprivation’ speech and his use of the concept of ‘transmitted deprivation’ and Tony Blair's speech on tackling ‘a hard core underclass’ and New Labour's use of the concept of ‘social exclusion’.Author: Tanya Evans.

Keywords: New Labour, social exclusion, child poverty, CASE research, Sure Start, transmitted deprivation, antisocial behaviour, Blair, Beveridge Lecture University Press Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the : John Welshman.

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'This book critically examines the extremely popular arguments that entrepreneurialism and the policies that promote are a solution for deprivation and social marginalization and other economic development problems.

The authors examine the limits of entrepreneurship and market-based solutions for solving the social inequities of the day.'. This book fills a major gap in social policy: the history of debates over ‘transmitted deprivation’, and their relationship with current initiatives on social exclusion.

The book explores the content and background to Sir Keith Joseph's famous ‘cycle of deprivation’ speech in examining his own personality and family background, his concern with ‘problem families’, and the wider policy context of.

Brown and N. Madge, Despite the Welfare State: A Report on the SSRC/DHSS Programme of Research into Transmitted Deprivation (London: Heinemann, ), 58–60 Google Scholar D. Donnison, The Politics of Poverty (Oxford: Martin Robertson, ), 19–Cited by: 1.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Tanya Evans. From transmitted deprivation to social exclusion is the only book-length treatment of this important but neglected strand of the history of social policy.

It will be of interest to students and researchers working on contemporary history, social policy, political science, public policy, sociology, and public : John Welshman. Home / Archives / Vol 7 No 2 (): Justice after Violence: Critical Perspectives from the Western Balkans / Book Reviews Review of From Transmitted Deprivation to Social Exclusion: Policy, Poverty and ParentingAuthor: Randy Lane Johner.

The government’s own Social Metrics Commission found that more than 4 million people in the UK are trapped in deep poverty, effectively destitute.

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The author argues that, while earlier writers have acknowledged the intellectual debt that New Labour owed to Joseph, and noted similarities between their policy approaches to child poverty and earlier debates, more recent attempts to tackle social exclusion, by both the Labour and Coalition Governments, mean that these continuities are now more striking than ever a new Preface for the.

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