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Marginalized Groups, Inequalities and the Post-War Welfare State

This book offers novel perspectives on the national and international dimensions of the post-war welfare state in Western Europe and North America.

Author
Monika Baár & Paul van Trigt (eds.)
Date
29 November 2019
Links
Routledge global publishing

Examining the ways in which societies treat their most vulnerable members has long been regarded as revealing of the bedrock beliefs and values that guide the social order. However, academic research about the post-war welfare state is often focused on mainstream arrangements or on one social group.

With its focus on different marginalized groups: migrants and people with disabilities, this volume offers novel perspectives on the national and international dimensions of the post-war welfare state in Western Europe and North America.

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