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The political economy of ‘good parenting’

‘Good parenting’ is grounded in a white middle-class ideal of what the family is and thus shifts responsibility for nurturing from society to individuals, mostly women Family breakdown and poor parenting have hit the headlines in Britain in recent years as the proclaimed reasons for a large range of societal problems, from youth rioting to youth unemployment to teenage pregnancy.  … Continue reading

8 September 2015 by
Categories: British growth crisis, Inequality, Politics and policy, Rethinking Recovery, Social science, SPERI Comment, Welfare | Tags: , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Rethinking Recovery V

Alex Nunn

Intergenerational and gender-based inequality: before and after the crisis The new Conservative government is persisting with billions of pounds of cuts despite rising evidence of poverty and inequality, particularly for young people, children and women. These cuts will only serve to reinforce generational and gender-based inequality. Just over a week ago on 20 June tens of thousands of people marched in … Continue reading

1 July 2015 by
Categories: Austerity, British growth crisis, Inequality, Rethinking Recovery, Social science, SPERI Comment, Welfare | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment