|aAnalysing social policy :|ba governmental approach /|cedited by Greg Marston and Catherine McDonald.
|aCheltenham, UK :|bEdward Elgar,|cc2006.
|aix, 239 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction : reframing social policy analysis / Greg Marston and Catherine McDonald -- Governmentality and powers of life and death / Mitchell Dean -- Global governance and local policy partnerships / Wendy Larner -- Governing the spaces on the margin of society / Jorgan Elm-Larsen -- Consumerism and the remaking of state-citzen relations in the UK / John Clarke -- The politics of subject formation : welfare-reliant women's response to welfare reform in the United States and the Netherlands / Anna C. Korteweg -- Governing men and boys in public policy in Australia / Bob Pease -- Activating child and youth welfare : a case of the neo-social re-arrangement of German social policy / Fabian Kessl -- 'The end of the passing past' : towards a polytemporal policy studies / Willian Walters -- Governing the mother : access to reproductive technologies / Jennifer Smith -- Segmentation and conditionality : technological reconfigurations in social policy / Paul Henman -- Conclusion : a conversation worth continuing? / Greg Marston and Catherine McDonald.
|aSocial policy|vCross-cultural studies.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0611/2006010514.html