Irish social policy is an outstanding resource that addresses a wide range of areas of social policy in the republic of ireland it is essential reading for students and professionals interested key issues affecting twenty first century irish society as well as understanding these in a historical context. Social policy is concerned with understanding the social and economic structures central to peoples lives life chances and quality of life. Traces the emergence and development of irish social policy from its origins to contemporary times this new book offers undergraduate students a core text for the study of irish social policy combining an introduction to the discipline with analysis directly based on the irish context. 9780717141562 irish social policy a critical introduction considine mairead and fiona dukelow gill macmillan 2009 555 pages 5018. This 2nd edition of a highly respected textbook offers a comprehensive introduction to irish social policy it provides an accessible critical overview taking account of significant changes over recent years
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