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Welfare words : critical social work & social policy / Paul Michael Garrett.

By: Garrett, Paul Michael, 1958-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HV40 .G368 2018Publication: Los Angeles : Sage, 2018Description: xiv, 270 p.ISBN: 1473968976; 9781473968974; 1473968968; 9781473968967.Subject(s): Social service | Social sciences -- Philosophy
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- Introduction -- Welfare words, critical social work and social policy -- Welfare words and keywords -- `Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes': Keywords now -- Welfare words and me: The aims of the book -- The organisation of the book -- Reflection and Talk Box 1 -- Further Reading -- 2.The Conceptual Lens -- Introduction -- Antonio Gramsci: Welfare words, hegemony and common sense -- Hegemony -- Common sense -- Using Gramsci -- Pierre Bourdieu: Welfare words, the state and symbolic violence -- Habitus, field and capital -- What's the problem? The State and the power to name -- Symbolic violence -- Loic Wacquant: Welfare words and neoliberal penality -- Autonomist Marxism: Welfare words in the social factory -- Jacques Ranciere: Welfare words, de-classification, police and politics -- `Police' and `politics' -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 2 -- Further Reading -- 3.Welfare Dependency -- Introduction
Note continued: Welfare, welfare states, social security -- Born in the USA? Making welfare dependency -- Welfare in the shadow of the prison walls -- Neoliberalism's `organic intellectuals' and welfare politics -- The potency of `common sense' narratives -- Countering welfare dependency `myths' -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 3 -- Further Reading -- 4.Underclass -- Introduction -- Rediscovering the underclass -- `Scum Semiotics': The UK `riots' of August 2011 -- An `essentially American invention'? -- The `Symbolic Mecca' -- Placing the underclass: `Bad' neighbourhoods and social detritus -- Looking backwards: Locating the underclass in history -- Industrial residuum -- Social problem group -- Problem families -- Troubled families -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 4 -- Further Reading -- 5.Social Exclusion -- Introduction -- France: L'exclusion sociale and threats to the `social fabric'
Note continued: UK: Recycling of the `cycle of deprivation' and hyper-valorising paid work -- Ireland: Social exclusion and the Roma community -- What's wrong with social inclusion talk? -- Illustrating that capitalism is functioning? -- Illustrating governmentality? -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 5 -- Further Reading -- 6.Early Intervention -- Introduction -- The evolution of the `neuromolecular gaze' -- Every picture tells a story -- Neuroscience and the evolving vocabulary of early intervention -- Deciphering early intervention -- `Brain science' -- Too attached to attachment theory? -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 6 -- Further Reading -- 7.Resilience -- Introduction -- Origins and definitions -- Research approaches, programmes, forms of intervention -- Questioning tales of `ordinary magic' -- Resilience and military logic in an era of `endless war' -- Resilience and the crafting of an `indomitable' soldiery
Note continued: Resilience, the military and neoliberal austerity -- Resilience and neoliberal reasoning -- Resilience and human capital -- Remaking resilience? -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 7 -- Further Reading -- 8.Care -- Introduction -- Feminist care ethics -- Re-articulating `care' as `assistance', `help' and `support' -- Carework as bodywork -- Neoliberal labour care processes -- Commodification and corruption -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 8 -- Further Reading -- 9.Adoption -- Introduction -- Changing adoption practices -- Ending the `cruel rationing of human love': The UK Coalition and Conservative governments -- Interpreting contemporary domestic adoption politics -- `We don't need white couples': `Race' and adoption -- Inter-country adoption (ICA) in the `new world order' -- Combating `anti-adoption forces': Making the case of ICA -- `Disturbing and problematic' questions: Concerns about ICA -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 9
Note continued: Further Reading -- 10.Conclusion -- Introduction -- `Change has got to come': Rhetorically recalibrated neoliberalism? -- Welfare words and disruptive thinking.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-253) and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- Introduction -- Welfare words, critical social work and social policy -- Welfare words and keywords -- `Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes': Keywords now -- Welfare words and me: The aims of the book -- The organisation of the book -- Reflection and Talk Box 1 -- Further Reading -- 2.The Conceptual Lens -- Introduction -- Antonio Gramsci: Welfare words, hegemony and common sense -- Hegemony -- Common sense -- Using Gramsci -- Pierre Bourdieu: Welfare words, the state and symbolic violence -- Habitus, field and capital -- What's the problem? The State and the power to name -- Symbolic violence -- Loic Wacquant: Welfare words and neoliberal penality -- Autonomist Marxism: Welfare words in the social factory -- Jacques Ranciere: Welfare words, de-classification, police and politics -- `Police' and `politics' -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 2 -- Further Reading -- 3.Welfare Dependency -- Introduction

Note continued: Welfare, welfare states, social security -- Born in the USA? Making welfare dependency -- Welfare in the shadow of the prison walls -- Neoliberalism's `organic intellectuals' and welfare politics -- The potency of `common sense' narratives -- Countering welfare dependency `myths' -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 3 -- Further Reading -- 4.Underclass -- Introduction -- Rediscovering the underclass -- `Scum Semiotics': The UK `riots' of August 2011 -- An `essentially American invention'? -- The `Symbolic Mecca' -- Placing the underclass: `Bad' neighbourhoods and social detritus -- Looking backwards: Locating the underclass in history -- Industrial residuum -- Social problem group -- Problem families -- Troubled families -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 4 -- Further Reading -- 5.Social Exclusion -- Introduction -- France: L'exclusion sociale and threats to the `social fabric'

Note continued: UK: Recycling of the `cycle of deprivation' and hyper-valorising paid work -- Ireland: Social exclusion and the Roma community -- What's wrong with social inclusion talk? -- Illustrating that capitalism is functioning? -- Illustrating governmentality? -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 5 -- Further Reading -- 6.Early Intervention -- Introduction -- The evolution of the `neuromolecular gaze' -- Every picture tells a story -- Neuroscience and the evolving vocabulary of early intervention -- Deciphering early intervention -- `Brain science' -- Too attached to attachment theory? -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 6 -- Further Reading -- 7.Resilience -- Introduction -- Origins and definitions -- Research approaches, programmes, forms of intervention -- Questioning tales of `ordinary magic' -- Resilience and military logic in an era of `endless war' -- Resilience and the crafting of an `indomitable' soldiery

Note continued: Resilience, the military and neoliberal austerity -- Resilience and neoliberal reasoning -- Resilience and human capital -- Remaking resilience? -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 7 -- Further Reading -- 8.Care -- Introduction -- Feminist care ethics -- Re-articulating `care' as `assistance', `help' and `support' -- Carework as bodywork -- Neoliberal labour care processes -- Commodification and corruption -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 8 -- Further Reading -- 9.Adoption -- Introduction -- Changing adoption practices -- Ending the `cruel rationing of human love': The UK Coalition and Conservative governments -- Interpreting contemporary domestic adoption politics -- `We don't need white couples': `Race' and adoption -- Inter-country adoption (ICA) in the `new world order' -- Combating `anti-adoption forces': Making the case of ICA -- `Disturbing and problematic' questions: Concerns about ICA -- Conclusion -- Reflection and Talk Box 9

Note continued: Further Reading -- 10.Conclusion -- Introduction -- `Change has got to come': Rhetorically recalibrated neoliberalism? -- Welfare words and disruptive thinking.

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