3 edition of Social work in times of neoliberalism found in the catalog.
Social work in times of neoliberalism
Includes bibliographical references (p. 105-110) and index.
|Statement||Vishantie Sewpaul, Dorothee Hölscher.|
|LC Classifications||HV450.5 .S49 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 115 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||2005352442|
Neoliberalism, ideology and policy model that emphasizes the value of free market competition. Although there is considerable debate as to the defining features of neoliberal thought and practice, it is most commonly associated with laissez-faire economics. Thanks for the A2A Johnathan. Here’s my take. PROS 1. The largest corporations continue to accumulate wealth via exploitation of cheap labor and resources in the developing world - the results of globalization and “free trade.” 2. The largest cor. Naomi Klein, Canadian author and activist who was one of the prominent voices in the antiglobalization movement. Her notable books included No Logo (), The Shock Doctrine (), and This Changes Everything (). Learn more about Klein’s life and career.
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Click. Neoliberalism, Nordic Welfare States and Social Work should be considered essential reading for critical social work by: the Global Agenda in social work and to advance social and economic equality it is important ‘ to strengthen the profile and visibility of social work, to.
In the resistance of social workers to neoliberal pressures, some authors (e.g. Hyslop, ; Jönsson, ) see hope for maintaining the emancipatory mission of social work. On the other hand. The notions of key authors such as Howe (), Jones (), Harris (; and Harvey () will be used to describe the relationship between neoliberalism and social work, and this will be.
The rule of the market by liberating free enterprise or private enterprise resulted in greater openness to international trade and investment. The continuing expansion of neoliberalism into ever more spaces and spheres Social work in times of neoliberalism book life has profound implications for social justice.
Despite the number of policies designed to target ‘social exclusion’, people in many communities continue to be marginalized by economic restructuring.
Social Justice and Neoliberalism explores the connections between neoliberalism, social justice and. H ealth and social care provision around the globe is in crisis. Over a decade of neoliberalist health policy has reduced services to near breaking point. In the UK the pace of the attacks on the practice and principles of the NHS has accelerated markedly over the past three years, culminating in Tory manifesto promises to slice off great slabs of it for immediate privatisation.
The authors use the methodology of critical discourse analysis to discern the way in which three discourses - that of professional social work, and those of managerialism and the market - interact in a specific microcontext, that is, welfare in post-apartheid South Africa.
Tracing the social, political, economic and ideological factors that have impacted the development of social work from. As the book deals with a subject fundamental to our material well being in analyzing the impact of political-economy, its importance cannot be overstated – at the least this work should provide a starting point for those uninitiated to join the debate and for those critical of social conditions and the reasons given for these conditions by Reviews: Social work as a central entity within the welfare state has been challenged in terms of to its value base and relevance.
authors working at institutions around the world the volumes seven sections will offer a systematic overview of neoliberalism’s origins, political implications, social tensions, spaces, natures and environments, and aftermaths in addressing ongoing and emerging debates. Neoliberalism is dead.
Again. Yet the philosophy of the free market and the strong state has an uncanny capacity to survive, and even thrive, in times of crisis. Understanding neoliberalism’s longevity and its latest permutation requires a more detailed understanding of its origins and development.
In pluralizing neoliberalisms, Social Justice and Neoliberalism seeks to explore both the commonalities and the diversity of neoliberalization and its experiences in contrasting social and geographical contexts (see also Larner ), and with variant implications for social justice.
The book deals with four main themes, which will be considered. At the individual-level, neoliberalism insists that rationality, individuality, and self-interest guide all actions (Peters ).
In fact, neoliberalism often views itself as a global social science capable of explaining all human behavior since all behavior is thought. Neoliberalism is an epidemic ideology generated after s, which has been dominating a great number of developed and developing countries (Sernau, ).
Basically, it advocates three major ideas: “The government needs to reduce its interventionism in economic and social activities; Labor and financial markets need to be deregulated in order to liberate the enormous creative.
Over the course of my own research, I will track how the media has been used to support specific neoliberal practices, whether through media deregulation leading to broader market deregulation, or through social advocacy of neoliberal policies.
By: Ezra Oyarce () McChesney, Robert (). Global Media, Neoliberalism, and Imperialism. Social Work in Times of Neoliberalism: A Postmodern Discourse, V.
Sewpaul and D. Hölsher (eds), Pretoria, Van Schaik Publishers,pp.ISBN 0 0. The Usage of Neoliberalism in Contemporary Social Science Many important social science concepts can be considered essentially contested concepts, whose strong normative character, multidimensional nature, and openness to modification over time provoke much debate over their meaning and proper application (Gallie ).
Neoliberalism was not conceived as a self-serving racket, but it rapidly became one. Another paradox of neoliberalism is that universal competition.
N2 - The near global implementation of public sector and social welfare reform as a result of neoliberal economic reform has impacted on social work and social inequality.
State strategies to reduce social and economic inequality are being challenged and rolled back. Chapter 3: Revisiting critical reflective practice in neoliberal times John Smyth.
Chapter 4: Neoliberalism as a new form of colonialism in education George J. Sefa Dei. Part II Impact of Neoliberal Education Policy. Chapter 5: Educational reform and exclusion in the age of neoliberalism. The significance of morality does not emerge from an ideological vacuum.
It is deeply associated with the predominance of neoliberalism. Neoliberalism is the belief that the market is not merely one social sphere amongst others (which needs to be sheltered against state intrusion), but rather the universal law governing our social existence.
Neoliberalism’s economic and philosophical influences are thus founded upon the convergence of two principal cultural beliefs: 1) That the ‘individual,’ and competition, be granted supremacy over all else. 2) That ‘work,’ ‘production,’ nature, and even time, be measured in monetary terms.
Abstract: The term “neoliberalism” has come to be used in a wide variety of partly overlapping and partly contradictory ways. This essay seeks to clarify some of the analytical and political work that the term does in its different usages.
It then goes on to suggest that making an analytical distinction between neoliberal “arts of government” and the class‐based ideological.
In the world neoliberalism has made, the pervasiveness of injustice and the scale of inequality can be so overwhelming that meaningful resistance seems impossible.
Disorienting Neoliberalism argues that combatting the injustices of today's global economy begins with reorienting our way of seeing so that we can act more effectively. Note: Neoliberalism has had a huge impact on social work practice throughout the U.S.
(and beyond) as well, and that topic is worthy of its own discussion. This particular blog entry focuses on our “home” as social work educators. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Both of these books take a global analysis (with the US as a central player, of course), but they're both very informative from a historical perspective.
The first is David Harvey's "a Brief History of Neoliberalism" and the second, Naomi Klein's "the Shock Doctrine." Both are critical of neoliberalism. In Neoliberalism and Contemporary Literary Culture, Mitchum Huehls and Rachel Greenwald Smith offer a wide-ranging exploration of contemporary literature through the lens of neoliberalism’s economic, social, and cultural ascendance.
Bringing together accessible and provocative essays from top literary scholars, this innovative collection. In his book Bureaucracy, published inhe argued that there could be no accommodation between capitalism and socialism. The creation of the National Health Service in the UK, the New Deal in.
Author Biography “Mothering in the Age of Neoliberalism represents a significant contribution to scholars and researchers studying neoliberalism (by focusing attention on mothers who are often left out of the discourse), and gender/mothering (by emphasizing the importance of the political culture/structure to our micro expressions of identity).
Neoliberal Ideology and the Justification of Inequality in Capitalist Societies: Why Social and Economic Dimensions of Ideology Are Intertwined.
Flavio Azevedo; John T. Jost; Tobias Rothmund; Joanna Sterling; Pages: ; First Published: 22 February The Architecture of Neoliberalism pursues an uncompromising critique of the neoliberal turn in contemporary architecture.
This book reveals how a self-styled parametric and post-critical architecture serves mechanisms of control and compliance while promoting itself, at the same time, as progressive. Spencer's incisive analysis of the architecture and writings of figures such as Zaha Hadid.
Knowing Victims explores the theme of victimhood in contemporary feminism and politics. It focuses on popular and scholarly constructions of feminism as ‘victim feminism’ – an ideology of passive victimhood that denies women’s agency – and provides the first comprehensive analysis of the debate about this ideology which has unfolded among feminists since the s: 1.
This kind of reason, as I show in my work on neoliberal feminism, encourages us to perceive ourselves through the lens of a calculative metrics.
It incites us to organise every social, political. Henry A. Giroux currently holds the McMaster University Chair for Scholarship in the Public Interest in the English and Cultural Studies Department and is the Paulo Freire Distinguished Scholar in Critical Pedagogy.
His most recent books include: Neoliberalism’s War on Higher Education (Haymarket ), The Violence of Organized Forgetting (City Lights ), Dangerous Thinking in. Neoliberalism has become something of a dirty word over the past few years.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said last month: “Neoliberalism is. The strange (non-)death of neoliberalism again? One of the interesting developments in world politics right now is the crisis of neoliberalism as ideology.
A development that some will indeed see as a curse, others as a blessing. It is not the first time that neoliberalism has been declared dead or seen to be in its death throes. WTO: The Supreme Instrument of Neoliberal Globalization. Manila: IBON Foundation. David Harvey. A Brief History of Neoliberalism, Oxford: Oxford University PressMichel Chussodovsky.
The Globalization of Poverty. Ibon Books, pp. Shah, A. (). A Primer on Neoliberalism.