By Frances Fox Piven, Richard A. Cloward
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Originally released in 1971, this social technology vintage outlines the social capabilities of welfare courses.
"Uncompromising and provocative....By blending historical past, political interpretation and sociological research, Piven and Cloward give you the most sensible clarification thus far of our current situation...no destiny dialogue of welfare can find the money for to disregard them."--Peter Steinfels, the hot York occasions booklet evaluation
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E. what might be termed the magnitude of decentralisation). 2. e. what might be termed the path dependency of decentralisation). 3. e. what might be termed the place embeddedness of decentralisation). Although these three parallel streams of research emphasise different aspects of welfare state decentralisation, they share a common view that the effects of decentralisation processes are intrinsically ambivalent and that neither national nor local governments behave as mere active shapers of or passive reactors to these processes.
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