Gender and social citizenship in historical perspective: the development of welfare policy in England and Wales from the Poor Law to Beveridge

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Abstract

This chapter looks at the development of welfare policy in England and Wales from the Poor Law to Beveridge
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationGender and wellbeing
Subtitle of host publicationthe role of institutions
EditorsElisabetta Addis, Florence Degavre, John Eriksen
Place of PublicationFarnham
Pages29-60
Number of pages32
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2011

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poor law
social policy
citizenship
gender

Keywords

  • gender
  • social citizenship
  • historical perspective

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Harris, B. (2011). Gender and social citizenship in historical perspective: the development of welfare policy in England and Wales from the Poor Law to Beveridge. In E. Addis, F. Degavre, & J. Eriksen (Eds.), Gender and wellbeing: the role of institutions (pp. 29-60). Farnham.
Harris, Bernard. / Gender and social citizenship in historical perspective : the development of welfare policy in England and Wales from the Poor Law to Beveridge. Gender and wellbeing: the role of institutions. editor / Elisabetta Addis ; Florence Degavre ; John Eriksen. Farnham, 2011. pp. 29-60
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Gender and social citizenship in historical perspective : the development of welfare policy in England and Wales from the Poor Law to Beveridge. / Harris, Bernard.

Gender and wellbeing: the role of institutions. ed. / Elisabetta Addis; Florence Degavre; John Eriksen. Farnham, 2011. p. 29-60.

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