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Care, community and citizenship

Research and practice in a changing policy context

Edited by Susan Balloch and Michael Hill

Care, community and citizenship
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Edited by Susan Balloch and Michael Hill

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

304 pages | © 2007
Cloth $99.00 ISBN: 9781861348715 Published July 2007 For sale in North and South America only
Paper $39.95 ISBN: 9781861348708 Published July 2007 For sale in North and South America only
This collection focuses on the relationship between social care, community and citizenship, linking them in a way relevant to both policy and practice. It explores key concepts, policies, issues and relationships and draws on contrasting illustrations from England and Scotland. The authors examine the ethics of care exploring the theoretical and moral complexities for both those receiving and those delivering care. The book also incorporates practice-based chapters on anti-social behaviour, domestic violence, community capacity to care, black and minority ethnic care, volunteering, befriending and home care and provides international comparisons and perspectives with chapters from Sweden, Germany and Japan.
Contents

List of tables and figures

Acknowledgements

Notes on contributors

 

Introduction

Susan Balloch and Michael Hill

 

Part One: Care, community and citizenship in the delivery of welfare

1          The role of communities in care

            Michael Hill

2          Care, citizenship and community in the UK

            Susan Balloch

3          Care, citizenship and community in Scotland

            Alison Petch

 

Part Two: Ethics, care and community

4          Participation, citizenship and a feminist ethic of care

            Marian Barnes

5          Ethical dilemmas of front-line regeneration workers

            Marjorie Mayo, Paul Hoggett and Chris Miller

6          Citizenship and care for people with dementia: values and approaches

            Tula Brannelly

 

Part Three: Bridging the gaps: a practice-based approach

7          Rough justice, enforcement or support: young people and their families in the community

            Dawn E. Stephen and Peter Squires

8          Survivors of domestic violence, community and care

            Paula Wilcox

9          Promoting choice and control: black and minority ethnic communities' experience of social care in Britain

            Jabeer Butt

10        Community care development: developing the capacity of local communities to respond to their own support and care needs

            Deborah Quilgars

11        Neighbourhood Care Scheme: the ‘Coronation Street’ model of community care

            Marylynn Fyvie-Gauld and Sean de Podesta

12        Challenging stigma and combating social exclusion through befriending

            Bill McGowan and Claire Jowitt

13        Paid care workers in the community: an Australian study

            Jane Mears

 

Part Four: Comparative perspectives

14        The care of older people in Sweden

            Christina Hjorth Aronsson

15        From old to new forms of civic engagement: communities and care in Germany

            Frank Bönker

16        The social care system for older people in Japan and the role of informal care: Long-term Care Insurance five years on

            Michihiko Tokoro

 

Conclusion

Susan Balloch and Michael Hill

 

Index  

 

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