3 edition of Emotional life and the politics of welfare found in the catalog.
Emotional life and the politics of welfare
by St. Martin"s Press in New York
Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-223) and index
|Statement||Paul Hoggett ; foreword by Fiona Williams ; consultant editor, Jo Campling|
|LC Classifications||JC479 .H64 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 229 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||00038235|
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'Paul Hoggett has written a cogent and compelling account of the intersections between emotional life and social policy. This book articulates a powerful case for engaging with the emotions in rethinking both the analysis and politics of social welfare.
'Paul Hoggett has written a cogent and compelling account of Emotional life and the politics of welfare book intersections between emotional life and social policy. This book articulates a powerful case for engaging with the emotions in rethinking both the analysis and politics of social welfare.4/5(1).
Social policy and political theory are based upon rationalist models of the human subject. Drawing particularly upon contemporary Kleinian and feminist political theory the author explores the powerful role that emotions such as love, hate and fear play in the development of the human subject.
Publisher Synopsis 'Paul Hoggett has written a cogent and compelling account of the intersections between emotional life and social policy. This book articulates a powerful case for engaging with the emotions in rethinking both the analysis and politics of social welfare.
Emotional Life and the Politics of Welfare. Over the decade and a half since the publication of his book, emotional literacy research and teaching has proliferated and is now widespread, being Author: Paul Hoggett. Paul Hoggett, Emotional Life and the Politics of Welfare, Macmillan, Basingstoke,xii+ pp., £ - Volume 30 Issue 3 - PAUL SPICKERAuthor: Paul Spicker.
"This brilliant book takes our understanding of the emotional dynamics of social work, child protection, politics, power, and everyday life to an entirely new level. Intellectually rich yet always relevant to practice, it shows how under recognized emotions like disgust and visceral notions of respectability not only create definitions of child Cited by: The Emotional Politics of Social Work and Child Protection delves into the often warped relationship between social workers, media and politicians in the UK, writes Michael Warren.
This book offers an insight into the challenges of ’emotional politics’, and is ‘brimming with insight and ideas’ for any social policy specialist interested in how human emotion can affect all levels of society and human.
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(shelved 2 times as social-welfare) avg rating — 66, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The Cultural Politics of Emotion, published in by Edinburgh University Press and Routledge, is a book by Sara Ahmed that focuses on the relationship between emotions, language, and bodies.
Ahmed concentrates on the influence of emotions on the body and the way that bodies relate with communities, producing social relationships that determine the rhetoric of the nation. The subject of child abuse provides a potent illustration of the processes at work, highlighting the way emotions are political and politics is emotional.
Through the analysis of texts such as newspaper accounts, official documents and political speech, there are a. She is currently finishing a book manuscript, entitled The Psychiatric Family: How Private Life Became Political in Welfare-State Britain, which is under contract with Oxford University Press.
It examines how a post-war revolution in British psychiatry transformed both democratic welfare politics and what counted as emotional health—and how. How political systems and social welfare policies affect well-being: A literature review ii Abstract This chapter focusses on the question of how formal institutions, like those governing the level of freedom, the regulatory state, political parties and the generosity of the welfare state, affect self-reported Size: KB.social welfare or public charity, organized provision of educational, cultural, medical, and financial assistance to the needy.
Modern social welfare measures may include any of the following: the care of destitute adults; the treatment of the mentally ill; the rehabilitation of criminals; the care of destitute, neglected, and delinquent children; the care and relief of the sick or handicapped.The new American qualifies for all forms of welfare, and at age 21 can sponsor his parents for American citizenship.
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