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Social policy in the post-welfare state: Australians on the threshold of…

by Adam Jamrozik

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0733999050, Paperback)

The first book to examine social policy in the post-welfare state. It looks critically at the idea of the welfare state, analysing the changing concept of welfare and arguing that the welfare state no longer exists in Australia. The book is written in an accessible and student-friendly style.

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