|Title||Citizenship and welfare state reform in Europe|
|Author||edited by Jet Bussemaker|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 1999|
|Descript||xiii, 190 p ; 25 cm|
Discourses on citizenship: the challenge to contemporary citizenship -- Against social solidarity and citizenship: justifying social provision in Britain and France -- From work to citizenship? current transformation in the French welfare state -- Workfare, citizenship and social exclusion -- Citizenship and changes in life-courses in post-industrial welfare states -- Towards a gender-sensitive framework for citizenship: comparing Denmark, Britain and France -- Heterogeneity of Spanish social citizenship -- Profiles of citizenship: elaboration of a framework for empirical analyses -- Citizen (re) orientations in the welfare state: from public to private citizens? -- Citizenship and the struggle against social exclusion in the context of welfare state reform -- European social rights towards national welfare states: additional, substitute, illusory?
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