Social policy first hand

An international introduction to participatory social welfare

Edited by Peter Beresford and Sarah Carr

Social policy first hand
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    01 Jan 2018
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    978-1447332367
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Introduction;
Part One;
Challenging Injustice: the importance of collective ownership of social policy ~ Professor Danny Dorling;
Theology and social policy: A perspective on contemporary policy moralism ~ Dr Sarah Carr;
Social Policy in Developing Countries: Towards a global politics of participation ~ Dr Sweta Rajan-Rankin;
Service users: Absent but crucial voices: A case study of children ~ Dr Louca-Mai Brady;
The history of social policy (as political policy) from a disability perspective ~ Dr Colin Cameron;
Part Two;
Renewing epistemologies: The significance of service user knowledge ~ Diana Rose;
Exploring the tensions between the world from people with learning difficulties’ lived experience and social policy grand theories ~ Kathy Boxall;
Pornography, feminist epistemology and changing public policy ~ Ruth Beresford, PhD;
Critiquing and reconceiving Beveridge’s ‘five giant evils’ - key areas of British post-war social policy from a lived experience perspective;
Employment (Idleness) – Imogen Tyler;
Education (Ignorance) ~ Tara Flood;
Health (Disease) ~ Anya de Iongh;
Housing (Squalor) ~ Alison Cameron;
Social Security (Want) Rethinking disabled people’s rights to work and contribute ~ Jane Young;
Part Three;
Childhood and Youth - An inclusive life course and developmental approach to social policy ~ Dr Mary Wickenden;
Disability – An inclusive life course and developmental approach to social policy ~ Professor Alan Roulstone;
Mental Health: An inclusive life course and developmental approach to social policy, writing from a mad studies perspective ~ Dr Brigit McWade;
BAME disabled people’s perspectives on social care modernisation ~ Michelle Daley;
Equality – Hari Sewell (TBC);
Professor Alan Walker;
Participatory approaches to social policy in relation to ageing;
An inclusive life course and developmental approach to Death and Dying ~ Professor Merryn Gott;
Part Four;
The continuing role of scandal in social policy and its implications for a participatory approach to social policy (including cases like Mid Staffs and Winterbourne View) ~ Prof Ian Butler;
Group work and social action approaches to change ~ Jennie Fleming;
From top-down to bottom-up – Towards participatory social policy ~ Iain Ferguson;
The importance of workforce participation for social policy ~ Prof Peter Taylor-Gooby;
A participatory approach to professional practice ~ Suzy Croft;
BAME disabled people’s perspectives on social care modernization ~ Michelle Daley;
Part Five;
Service user activism at the social policy interface ~ Clenton Farquharson;
Social policy and social change ~ Barbara Fawcett;
Regulation and whistleblowing ~ Kay Sheldon;
Making the case for single sex mental health wards ~ Jolie Goodman, survivor activist and Nicky Lambert;
Social justice and social policy ~ Sara Ryan and George Julian;
The role of social media in critiquing social policy and influencing the debate ~ Michael Harris;
Gary Bourlet disability and People First activist;
Pat Onions of ‘Pat’s Petition’ (contacted through website - TBC) (PB to follow up);
Jack Monroe, blogger on food poverty (TBC) (SC following up);
Disability and ethnicity - Ossie Stuart;
Culture, complexity and intersectionality (sexuality and gender) ~ Taylor;
Perspectives on progressing LGB rights ~ Sue Sanders;
Progressing gender recognition and transgender rights ~ Christine Burns;
The Spartacus Report activists ~ Sam Barnett-Cormack;
The National Involvement Partnership ~ Sarah Yiannoullou;
Transforming professional training and education – a gap mending approach: The PowerUs European Partnership ~ Helen Casey;
Part Six;
Service user controlled research for evidence-based policy making (3-5k words) ~ Alison Faulkner;
From expert to service user: challenging how lived experience is demeaned ~ Professor Michele Moore;
The service user contribution to policy and legislation: can we ever change the agenda? ~ Jasna Russo;
Part Seven;
Participatory methodologies involving marginalized perspectives ~ Charlotte Williams;
Working with mental health service user groups towards participatory social policy – an international example ~ Michael Lavalette and Joe Greener;
Challenging globalisation to enable more participatory social policy- an international case study perhaps with colleagues ~ Nicola Yeates and colleagues;
The intersection of participatory and sustainable social policy? ~ Marilyn Palmer;
Participation and sustainability: Whose community? Whose environment? - Case studies ~ Chris Church;
Participatory citizenship, gender and human trafficking ~ Prof Diane Richardson;
Accounts of users and survivors working with the UN ~ Mary O’Hagan;
Conclusion.

Content

Introduction;
Part One;
Challenging Injustice: the importance of collective ownership of social policy ~ Professor Danny Dorling;
Theology and social policy: A perspective on contemporary policy moralism ~ Dr Sarah Carr;
Social Policy in Developing Countries: Towards a global politics of participation ~ Dr Sweta Rajan-Rankin;
Service users: Absent but crucial voices: A case study of children ~ Dr Louca-Mai Brady;
The history of social policy (as political policy) from a disability perspective ~ Dr Colin Cameron;
Part Two;
Renewing epistemologies: The significance of service user knowledge ~ Diana Rose;
Exploring the tensions between the world from people with learning difficulties’ lived experience and social policy grand theories ~ Kathy Boxall;
Pornography, feminist epistemology and changing public policy ~ Ruth Beresford, PhD;
Critiquing and reconceiving Beveridge’s ‘five giant evils’ - key areas of British post-war social policy from a lived experience perspective;
Employment (Idleness) – Imogen Tyler;
Education (Ignorance) ~ Tara Flood;
Health (Disease) ~ Anya de Iongh;
Housing (Squalor) ~ Alison Cameron;
Social Security (Want) Rethinking disabled people’s rights to work and contribute ~ Jane Young;
Part Three;
Childhood and Youth - An inclusive life course and developmental approach to social policy ~ Dr Mary Wickenden;
Disability – An inclusive life course and developmental approach to social policy ~ Professor Alan Roulstone;
Mental Health: An inclusive life course and developmental approach to social policy, writing from a mad studies perspective ~ Dr Brigit McWade;
BAME disabled people’s perspectives on social care modernisation ~ Michelle Daley;
Equality – Hari Sewell (TBC);
Professor Alan Walker;
Participatory approaches to social policy in relation to ageing;
An inclusive life course and developmental approach to Death and Dying ~ Professor Merryn Gott;
Part Four;
The continuing role of scandal in social policy and its implications for a participatory approach to social policy (including cases like Mid Staffs and Winterbourne View) ~ Prof Ian Butler;
Group work and social action approaches to change ~ Jennie Fleming;
From top-down to bottom-up – Towards participatory social policy ~ Iain Ferguson;
The importance of workforce participation for social policy ~ Prof Peter Taylor-Gooby;
A participatory approach to professional practice ~ Suzy Croft;
BAME disabled people’s perspectives on social care modernization ~ Michelle Daley;
Part Five;
Service user activism at the social policy interface ~ Clenton Farquharson;
Social policy and social change ~ Barbara Fawcett;
Regulation and whistleblowing ~ Kay Sheldon;
Making the case for single sex mental health wards ~ Jolie Goodman, survivor activist and Nicky Lambert;
Social justice and social policy ~ Sara Ryan and George Julian;
The role of social media in critiquing social policy and influencing the debate ~ Michael Harris;
Gary Bourlet disability and People First activist;
Pat Onions of ‘Pat’s Petition’ (contacted through website - TBC) (PB to follow up);
Jack Monroe, blogger on food poverty (TBC) (SC following up);
Disability and ethnicity - Ossie Stuart;
Culture, complexity and intersectionality (sexuality and gender) ~ Taylor;
Perspectives on progressing LGB rights ~ Sue Sanders;
Progressing gender recognition and transgender rights ~ Christine Burns;
The Spartacus Report activists ~ Sam Barnett-Cormack;
The National Involvement Partnership ~ Sarah Yiannoullou;
Transforming professional training and education – a gap mending approach: The PowerUs European Partnership ~ Helen Casey;
Part Six;
Service user controlled research for evidence-based policy making (3-5k words) ~ Alison Faulkner;
From expert to service user: challenging how lived experience is demeaned ~ Professor Michele Moore;
The service user contribution to policy and legislation: can we ever change the agenda? ~ Jasna Russo;
Part Seven;
Participatory methodologies involving marginalized perspectives ~ Charlotte Williams;
Working with mental health service user groups towards participatory social policy – an international example ~ Michael Lavalette and Joe Greener;
Challenging globalisation to enable more participatory social policy- an international case study perhaps with colleagues ~ Nicola Yeates and colleagues;
The intersection of participatory and sustainable social policy? ~ Marilyn Palmer;
Participation and sustainability: Whose community? Whose environment? - Case studies ~ Chris Church;
Participatory citizenship, gender and human trafficking ~ Prof Diane Richardson;
Accounts of users and survivors working with the UN ~ Mary O’Hagan;
Conclusion.
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