Social Policy Production Rather Than Distribution

Author: Peter Herrmann
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 386741744X
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Social Policy research and respective debates have become over time distinct – as matter of gaining their own frame of reference or the other way round: emerging as some kind of policy ‘modern moral’, without maintaining their genuine ...

Video Game Policy

Author: Steven Conway
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317607236
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This book analyzes the effect of policy on the digital game complex: government, industry, corporations, distributors, players, and the like.

Social Policy

Author: Paul Spicker
Publisher: Policy Press
ISBN: 144731610X
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Some of the services which social policy is concerned with, like social security
and housing, involve the distribution ofmaterial goods; this means that '
production' is strongly identified with the goods provided, that is money and
housing. ... social care – rather than goods. These are processes, rather than
transactions. And that, Stephen Osborne argues, means that the relationship is
quite different from the way that production is conventionally understood. The
service user is part of the ...

News Across Media

Author: Jakob Linaa Jensen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317433173
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News production, distribution and consumption are in rapidly changing due to the rise of new media. This book examines how these processes become more and more interrelated through logics of dissemination, sharing and co-production.

Environmental Protection Law And Policy

Author: Jane Holder
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139463386
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Critics of biotechnology, in contrast, reject Malthusian arguments that in their view
no longer serve to support the cause of environmentalism, if they ever did. These
critics identify the cause of hunger in distribution, not production. If the problem
lies with social, political, and economic relationships – in injustice rather than in
scarcity – then biotechnology is not relevant. Sagoff's ascription of Malthusian / '
limits to growth' motivations to greens across the board may be rather too
absolute; ...

Oxford Textbook Of Public Health

Author: Roger Detels
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780192625533
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Mishra's (1981) definition includes within the sphere of social policy actions other
than those of the government (for example, by- industry, commerce, and the
voluntary sector) and reflects many of the criticisms which were levelled at earlier
formulations by those who took a broader, more sociological view of the nature
and scope of social policy. However, it continues to limit social policy to the
distribution of resources rather than the way in which they are produced. Social
structural ...

Combating Poverty And Inequality

Author:
Publisher: United Nations Publications
ISBN: 9789210545686
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It suggests that efforts to tackle poverty through discrete and standardized
policies unrelated to a country's production and macroeconomic systems, social
policies and politics, are of limited impact, and may even be counterproductive.
Policies and institutions inithe ... In most countries, institutions tend to
complement rather than substitute for one another. This means that one ... but.
also. organized. citizens, special types of state-citizen relations and social pacts
to deliver on distribution ...

Geography Of Production And Economic Integration

Author: Miroslav Jovanovic
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134557108
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In the absence of adjustment policies, such as industrial, regional and social
policies, integration may impose costs on some countries, rather than give them
benefits. Therefore, cooperation among countries regarding the distribution of
gains and losses is a necessary condition for successful integration. In any case,
integration alters the geography of production in participating countries, which
must modify, and even abandon, the established domestic monopolies and
autarkic ...

The Impact Of Public Foodgrain Distribution On Food Consumption And Welfare In Sri Lanka

Author: James D. Gavan
Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst
ISBN: 9780896290143
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This progress appears to be at least in part the result of a series of social policies
that have been followed in the country since and in some cases prior to
independence. Among these are the food distribution programs. A
comprehensive public rice distribution system has operated since World War II.
The system involves the ... This was also a period of high domestic production,
and overall food consumption increased rather than decreased as a result. In
1970 an additional paid ration ...

Developing Social Policy In Conditions Of Rapid Change

Author: International Council on Social Welfare
Publisher:
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Let us consider, then, some of the fundamental assumptions which are shared by
the North American documents. First, human ... Essentially, man is understood
according to the concepts, logic and values of material things, rather than
according to the concepts, logic and values of human community. Let me
highlight the ... If human well-being is defined in terms of goods and services,
then concern with production and distribution of goods and services becomes
central to social policy.