Children, Gender and Families in Mediterranean Welfare States
Recent decades have seen a growing sophistication in the study of welfare states and social policy in general. This greater depth has come about as a result of more complex theorization; richer case study analysis; and the inclusion of additional sources of provision such as not-for-profit, market-b...
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Children¿s Well-Being: Indicators and Research,
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- Key Concepts
- Investing in Children? Changes in Policies Concerning Children and Families in European Countries
- Understanding Gender Economic Inequality Across Welfare Regimes
- Neighborhoods and Families
- Setting the Scene
- Exploring the Extended Family of Mediterranean Welfare States, or: Did Beveridge and Bismarck Take a Mediterranean Cruise Together?
- Country Studies
- Children, Gender and Families in the Italian Welfare State
- The Erosion of “Familism” in the Spanish Welfare State: Childcare Policy Since 1975
- Children, Families and Women in the Israeli State: 1880s–2008
- Gender, Family and Children at the Crossroads of Social Policy Reform in Turkey: Alternating Between Familialism and Individualism
- Gender, Children and Families in the Greek Welfare State
- A Cross-National Comparison
- Is There a “Mediterranean Welfare State”? A Country-Level Analysis.