|aPart One : Setting the scene. Introduction / Malcolm Harrison and Teela Sanders -- Social policy and the new behaviourism : towards a more excluding society / Malcolm Harrison with Laura Hemingway -- Beyond protection : 'the vulnerable' in the age of austerity / Kate Brown -- -- Part Two : Policies, practices and implications in specific domains. Welfare reform and the valorisation of work : is work really the best form of welfare? / Ruth Patrick -- Sanctuary or sanctions : children, social worth and social control in the UK asylum process / Ala Sirriyeh -- New Labour, the coalition government and disciplined communities / Andrew Wallace -- Young people, education, families and communities : marginalized hopes and dreams? / Doug Martin -- Choice, control and user influence in health and social care / Gabrielle Mastin -- Patient responsibilities, social determinants of health and nudges : the case of organ donation / Ana Manzano -- Nudged into employment : lone parents and welfare reform / Laura Davies -- Welfare reform and drug policy : coalition, continuity and change / Mark Monaghan -- Regulating social housing : expectations for behaviour of tenants / Jenny McNeill -- -- Part Three : Conclusions. Concluding thoughts : the consequences of a 'not-so-big society' / Teela Sanders.
內容簡介top Social Policies and Social Control 簡介 This book offers an innovative account of social-control and behaviorist thinking in social policies and welfare systems and the impact it has had on disadvantaged groups. The contributors review various controls and impulsions that have been applied to individuals and households and how such interventions have narrowed social rights. They illuminate the links between social control developments, welfare systems, and the liberalization of economics, and they highlight the negative impact that behaviorist assumptions?and the subsequent strategies that have grown out of them?have had on the disadvantaged. Overall the volume provides a cutting-edge critical engagement with contemporary policy developments.