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Victim support and the welfare state / Carina Gallo and Kerstin Svensson.

By: Gallo, Carina, 1975- []Contributor(s): Svensson, Kerstin, 1959- [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Victims, culture and societyPublisher: New York : Routledge, 2019Edition: 1 EditionDescription: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780429505744; 0429505744; 9780429013188; 0429013183; 9780429013195; 0429013191; 9780429013171; 0429013175Subject(s): Victims of crimes -- Services for -- Sweden | Sweden -- Social policy | Welfare state -- Sweden | SOCIAL SCIENCE / CriminologyLOC classification: HV6250.3.S9Online resources: Taylor & Francis Click here to access this RESOURCE ONLINE
Contents:
Introduction ; The golden age of the welfare state ; The end of social-democratic hegemony ; A welfare state in transformation ; A welfare state in times of crisis ; A hibernated welfare state ; Marketization and Europeanization of the welfare state ; Victim support and the state in close alliance.
Summary: "This book provides a rich analysis of the history of Swedish victim support"--
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Introduction ; The golden age of the welfare state ; The end of social-democratic hegemony ; A welfare state in transformation ; A welfare state in times of crisis ; A hibernated welfare state ; Marketization and Europeanization of the welfare state ; Victim support and the state in close alliance.

"This book provides a rich analysis of the history of Swedish victim support"--

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