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Transformations of European Welfare States and Social Rights

Regulation, Professionals, and Citizens
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
1. Auflage
Erscheint ca. am 2. Februar 2024
XII, 198 Seiten
978-3-031-46636-6 (ISBN)
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This open access edited book investigates European social rights in practice from socio-legal perspectives. It brings together fourteen socio-legal scholars, representing Nordic and Western European countries, who analyse different aspects pertaining to European social rights, namely the regulation of social rights, encounters between welfare professionals and citizens, and citizens' mobilisation of social rights. These three different aspects from the structure for the sections in the anthology, each analysing transformations related to regulation, encounters and rights mobilisation. The book contributes to the existing literature as it focuses on interdependent transformations on macro, meso and micro levels which are key for understanding processes and contexts related to European social rights in practice. It speaks particularly to academics in sociology of law and/or regulation.

1st ed. 2024
Springer International Publishing
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XII, 198 p.
Höhe: 23.5 cm
Breite: 15.5 cm
978-3-031-46636-6 (9783031466366)
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Stine Piilgaard Porner Nielsen is Postdoc in the Department of Law at University of Southern Denmark.

Ole Hammerslev is Professor of Sociology of Law at Lund University, Sweden.

Chapter 1. Introduction: transformations of european welfare states and social rights (stine piilgaard porner nielsen & ole hammerslev).- Part I: State Regulation, Transformation of State egulation, And Agents Acting on Behalf of The State.- Chapter 2. Claim and blame - how welfare law institutionalises deservingness (tobias eule).- Chapter 3. What is the function of welfare law today? Consequences of the work-line polic (inger-johanne sand).- Chapter 4. The penal voluntary sector's role in the nordic welfare states: a shadow state?(annette olesen, maija helminen & emy bäcklin).- Part II: Encounters Between Welfare Professionals And Citizens.- Chapter 5. A double helix: the intertwined history of the marginalisation of welfare clients and their activist lawyers and advisers in the transformation of the welfare state in england and wales (pete sanderson & hilary sommerlad) .- Chapter 6. The paradoxical reality of welfare professionals: encounters between welfare professionals and citizens within social security in the netherlands (paulien de winter) .- Chapter 7. Asylum case adjudication in sweden, country of origin information and epistemic violence (martin joormann) .- Part III: Citizens' Mobilisation of Social Rights.- Chapter 8. Access to justice and social rights for victims of trafficking and labour exploitation in sweden (isabel schoultz polina) .- Chapter 9. Welfare clients' relational legal consciousness: an empirical perspective from the netherland (marc hertogh) .- Chapter 10. Youth homelessness in the danish welfare state: how do young persons in homelessness mobilise rights?(stine piilgaard porner nielsen & ole hammerslev) .- Chapter 11. Conclusion: transformations of european welfare states and social right (stine piilgaard porner nielsen & ole hammerslev).