Poverty and social justice in the devolved Scotland: Neoliberalism meets social democracy

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Scott, Gill; Mooney, Gerry;

Drawing on current debates in social policy, this paper considers the extent to which social justice has and is informing social policy making in devolved Scotland. Relating to the work of social justice theorists Young, Fraser and Lister in particular, it critically ex... View more
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    1 By sub state here we are referring to states within states such as Scotland and Wales in the UK.

    2 Although in the case of Scotland, there was considerable autonomy in key policy areas prior to devolution in 1999, e.g. education, law, children's services, local government (cf. Stewart, 2004).

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