Care in Everyday Life: An Ethic of Care in Practice

Care in Everyday Life An Ethic of Care in Practice The essential idea of care in health and social policy has recently been swept aside as governments increasingly focus on freedom of choice in health and social services In this wide ranging book Mar

  • Title: Care in Everyday Life: An Ethic of Care in Practice
  • Author: Marian Barnes
  • ISBN: 9781847428233
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The essential idea of care in health and social policy has recently been swept aside as governments increasingly focus on freedom of choice in health and social services In this wide ranging book, Marian Barnes attempts to restore care as a fundamental value in private lives and public policy Applying feminist ethics to topics such as well being, social justice, and theThe essential idea of care in health and social policy has recently been swept aside as governments increasingly focus on freedom of choice in health and social services In this wide ranging book, Marian Barnes attempts to restore care as a fundamental value in private lives and public policy Applying feminist ethics to topics such as well being, social justice, and the ways we relate to one another and the places in which we live, she examines the public debate on care in social policy Both accessible and broad, Care in Everyday Life reintroduces a much needed humanitarian perspective on the policies and practices that affect so many people.

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