Welfare State, Universalism and Diversity

Welfare State, Universalism and Diversity

Edited by Anneli Anttonen, Liisa Häikiö and Kolbeinn Stefánsson

Welfare State, Universalism and Diversity is a thought-provoking book dealing with key ideas, values and principles of social policies and asking what exactly is meant by universal benefits and policies? Is the time of post-war universalism over? Are universalism and diversity contradictory policy and theory framings?

Chapter 7: A Caring State for all Older People?

Mia Vabø and Marta Szebehely

Subjects: social policy and sociology, comparative social policy, welfare states


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