Canada's Gendered Welfare State Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Canada's Gendered Welfare State
This paper looks at the treatment of women by the social welfare network in Canada.
# 130879 | 1,000 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This paper explores a series of articles which all criticize the current push towards a neo-liberal interpretation of social welfare policy, both in Canada and in a number of other western nations. In particular, after reviewing the articles, the paper suggests that their central theme remains the same that is the unjust victimization of women by the social welfare network. The writer concludes that hat the authors are not necessarily wrong in their views, but occasionally over-state their cases - in large measure because their work is informed by ideological commitments as well as by scholarly concerns.

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"...chiefly, that women are unjustly victimized by the prevailing social welfare network and that the high-sounding rhetoric of male policy-makers has not translated into definitive advances for women; indeed, women are falling behind in some regards vis-a-vis social welfare after some moderate advances in previous decades. This paper will, as time and space permit, explore these arguments and argue that ..."

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