Previous ed., 1966.
|Statement||by Peter Townsend and Dorothy Wedderburn ; assisted by Sylvia Korte and Sheila Benson.|
|Series||Occasional papers on social administration -- 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
The Aged in the Welfare State Hardcover – by D Townsend, P Wedderburn (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: D Townsend, P Wedderburn. Far from being the outcome of demands for welfare spending by powerful age-based groups in society, the 'age' of welfare is an unintended consequence of the way that social programs are set up. The way that politicians use welfare state spending to compete for votes, Cited by: The aged in the welfare state: the interim report of a survey of persons aged 65 and over in Britain, and Peter Townsend, Dorothy Wedderburn G. Bell, - Medical - . The Age of Responsibility: Luck, Choice, and the Welfare State Paperback – J by4/5(5).
Age in the Welfare State: The Origins of Social Spending on Pensioners, Workers, and Children Julia Lynch This book asks why some countries devote the lion's share of their social policy resources to the elderly, while others have a more balanced repertoire of social spending. Old age and the welfare state. The modern welfare state is above all a welfare state for the elderly. An overwhelming proportion of its services and benefits go to them. The current crisis of the welfare state is also, therefore, a crisis of policy concerned with the aged. The Christian Church was the main agency of social welfare in the Middle Ages, supplemented by the guilds. Later, national and local governmental agencies, as well as many private agencies, took over much of the charitable activity of the church. First of the extensive state efforts was the Elizabethan poor law of Buy The Aged in the Welfare State First Edition by Townsend, Peter and Wedderburn, Dorothy (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Dorothy Townsend, Peter and Wedderburn.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Old age and the welfare state by Anne Marie Guillemard, , Sage Publications edition, in EnglishPages: The Rise of the Military Welfare State examines how the U.S. Army’s extension of benefits to enlisted men and women created a military welfare system of unprecedented size and scope. America’s all-volunteer army took shape in the s, in Cited by: 5. The age of responsibility, as Yascha Mounk calls it, places emphasis on the moral status of an individuals, as opposed to the needs of a community; and on the past action of particular agents as opposed to their ability to contribute in the future. However, the point of institutions is not reward good behaviour and punish bad bahviour, but to serve a whole set of values and /5. Age in the Welfare State: The Origins of Social Spending on Pensioners, Workers and Children - By Julia Lynch Article (PDF Available) in Social Policy & Administration 43(1) .