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National social service systems; a comparative study and analysis of selected countries.

Dorothy Lally

National social service systems; a comparative study and analysis of selected countries.

by Dorothy Lally

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Published by U.S. Social and Rehabilitation Service in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social service.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 74-78.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV31 .L27
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 78 p.
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4376806M
    LC Control Number78614199

    Americans’ spending on social services is far less per capita than that of counterpart countries. Taking both health care and social service spending into account, the United States spends a fairly average sum compared with its peer countries and, we argue, has fairly average health outcomes as a result. Neil Gilbert, "A Comparative Study of Child Welfare Systems: Abstract Orientations and Concrete Results," Children and Youth Services Review (). Neil Gilbert and Douglas Besharov," Welfare States Amid Economic Turmoil: Adjusting Work-Oriented Policies," Policy and Politics ().

    Third, we focus on the evaluation of health systems and discuss case studies of health systems in selected nations. Throughout the seminar, we will consider issues of medicine, culture and public health infrastructure; and the strengths and weaknesses of alternative methods of comparative analysis in cross-national research. In light of the current interest in the United States concerning children with disabilities, it seems timely to explore the approaches used by other countries' social insurance programs. This study details the practices and provisions of 14 European countries and 4 other developed countries (Australia, Israel, Japan, and New Zealand).

    The MA in Comparative and International Social Policy is based around a combination of social policy analysis and research training. You'll start with a solid introduction to comparative social research methods and social policy analysis. You'll then explore how social policy is affected by globalisation.   Finally, we will study a range of different approaches to the empirical analysis of health system performance in selected nations, and examine the extent to which the available evidence supports or refutes widely shared views of different health care systems.


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