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Legitimation of Social Rights and the Western Welfare State
Kathi V. Friedman
by University of North Carolina Press
Written in English
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The thesis of this essay is that the answer to this question lies in two interrelated legitimation processes. One is the internal process of legitimation whereby the state attains popular allegiance by securing its subjects’ welfare while – and, to some extent. Peter Hays Gries is the Harold J. & Ruth Newman Chair and Director of the Institute for U.S.-China Issues at the University of Oklahoma, USA. His many publications include China’s New Nationalism: Pride, Politics, and Diplomacy and State and Society in 21 st Century China: Crisis, Contention, and Legitimation.. Stanley Rosen is the director of the East Asian Studies Center .
The welfare state can be regarded as the major institutional arrangement of western societies that contributes to a socially accepted allocation of resources amongst the members of a given society. It is a means by which the political sphere re-balances intolerable inequalities and outcomes that have occurred within the by: His book’s editor and translator commented that “Offe’s critique of the welfare state does not take sides in the growing philosophical controversies about social justice, needs, rights and the state’s responsibility for the welfare of the community” (Keane Welfare states are social systems of human reproduction. They consist.
Income inequality is a central feature of modern society, a central focus of research in social stratification and labor economics, a key source of political conflict in many nations, and the topic of much philosophical analysis and prescriptive argument (e.g. Aristotle, BC; Blau & Duncan, , Franklin et al., , Rawls, , Sen, ). Cited by: legal and moral legitimation of rights and questions the moral justifications (or the lack of them) offered for the right to inclusive education. Keywords: social inclusion, exclusion, Foucault, inclusive education, children’s rights In the Middle ages, exclusion hit the leper, the heretic. Classical culture.
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Legitimation of Social Rights and the Western Welfare State: A Weberian Perspective. Synopsis. This discerning and timely study revitalizes Weber's ideas, applying them to welfare state redistributions and synthesizing them with major issues in political science, law, public administration, social welfare policy, and philosophy.
Legitimation of social rights and the western welfare state. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Friedman, Kathi V., Legitimation of social rights and the western welfare state.
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Max Weber; Max Weber. Friedman depicts both the emergence of the welfare state in Britain and the United States and the special problems of legitimizing social rights raised by the need for administration of those rights.
Originally published in The welfare state proved essential to the social peace, legitimacy and political stability of democratic capitalist countries in the second half of the twentieth century, the culmination of centuries-long modernization processes of state-building, nationbuilding and democratization (Rokkan, ).Cited by: 1.
Find in a Library Find Legitimation of Social Rights and the Western Welfare State near you. The 'Welfare State' in Korea: The Politics of Legitimation This thesis analyses the development of the Korean welfare system since the s within the institutional dynamics of Korean politics.
Its aim is to contribute to the understanding of Korean politics through the analysis of the Korean welfare state. TheCited by: In this enormously influential book, Jurgen Habermas examines the deep tensions and crisis tendencies which underlie the development of contemporary Western societies and develops a powerful analysis of the legitimation problems faced by modern states.
Habermas argues that Western societies have succeeded to some extent in stabilizing the economic fluctuations. Most social scientists, policymakers, and citizens who support the welfare state do so in part because they believe social-welfare programs help to reduce the incidence of : Stephan Leibfried.
Six different types of periodization, each based on a specific set of criteria, may be distinguished: the macro level of context factors; social expenditure trends; the internal structure of social programmes; the distribution of welfare production between state, market, family, and civil society, and governance types of social policy; the outcome of social policy interventions; and the public legitimation of social policy and the welfare by: Religion and the Western Welfare State 5 play the pro-welfare state role that the literature imagines, as in the case of the Italian Democrazia Cristiana that used the welfare state primarily as a clientelist resource in its effort to mobilize voters and as a means of becoming more independent from the ofﬁcial church hierarchy.
The rights and defined areas of state activity relating to social welfare cover most of the issues that would conventionally be considered part of a welfare state.
Some forms of welfare provision are hierarchical and strategic; the organisation of employment support is determined centrally and delegated to local government. behaviour adjustments by individuals to the welfare state itself. The latter include tax distortions, moral hazard, and endogenous changes in social norms concerning work and benefit dependency.
Key words: justifications for welfare state, incentive problems, moral hazard, social norms. JEL classification: H4, H53, H55, J Welfare rights 45 Part 2: The Welfare State 47 Chapter 6: Social services and the welfare state 48 The nature of a social service 48 The welfare state 49 Welfare states 50 The state and welfare 53 The social division of welfare 54 Chapter 7: Democracy 57 Democracy and self-determination 60 Democracy and welfare 62 Chapter 8: Power 63 Marxist File Size: KB.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A GlassHouse book." Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction / Toomas Kotkas and Kenneth Veitch --The short and insignificant history of social rights discourse in the Nordic welfare states / Toomas Kotkas --The Norwegian welfare state and social rights / Malcolm.
Citizenship, Social Citizenship and the Defence of Welfare Provision. This article analyses the normative status of claims to the social rights of citizenship in the light of New Right criticisms of the welfare by: 2 The welfare state develops in response to the needs of advanced capitalism.
3 The welfare state is a product of modernisation of societies. 4 The welfare state is shaped by struggles over politics and social class. 5 Welfare states are shaped by the social organisation of production.
6 The welfare state is determined by the structure and File Size: KB. Facing a new grassroots, worker-based socio-cultural revolt, the Chinese state and business elite hastily promoted social welfare legislation at a time when Southern European nations like Greece, Spain, Portugal and Italy were in the process of firing workers and slashing salaries, reducing minimum wages, increasing retirement age and cutting social expenditures.
Friedman, K () Legitimation of Social Rights and the Western Welfare State. A Weberian Perspective. A Weberian Perspective. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina by: 1.
The Welfare State Reader has rapidly established itself as vital source of outstanding original research. In the second edition of this highly respected reader, Pierson and Castles have comprehensively overhauled the content, bringing it wholly up-to-date with contemporary discussions about this most crucial area of social and political life.
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In nearly fifty newly-written articles, scholars offer an account of everything one needs to know about the modern welfare state. The text is divided into eight sections. It opens with three articles that evaluate the philosophical case for (and against) the welfare state.Social Work Practice and Social Welfare Policy in the United States: A History.
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