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Bob Pease
Deakin University
Gender studiesSociologySocial workPolitical scienceSocial science
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#1Bob Pease (Deakin University)H-Index: 22
While feminist and profeminist scholars are increasingly in agreement with the thesis that hegemonic and destructive forms of masculinity are the source of current environmental crises, there is le...
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#2Anders JohanssonH-Index: 2
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This volume presents an illuminating analysis of the ways in which normalization processes and practices operate in a welfare state in an age of neoliberalism. This informative book problematize the meaning of the phrase ‘normalization processes and practices’, that for an Anglophone audience may smacks of functionalism. The historical context of the adoption of normalization processes and practices in Sweden in the post-World War II era was, in the first instance, an expression of the inclusivi...
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#1Michael FloodH-Index: 22
#2Molly DragiewiczH-Index: 11
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Gender equality initiatives often face resistance and backlash. This report begins by examining such resistance, describing its character and origins and the typical forms it takes. The report surveys existing efforts to prepare for and respond to backlash. It concludes with recommendations for how most effectively to respond to, and indeed prevent, resistance to gender equality initiatives...
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#2Anthea VreugdenhilH-Index: 8
Last. Sonya StanfordH-Index: 5
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#2Anthea VreugdenhilH-Index: 8
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We begin the introductory chapter by reviewing the current state of knowledge about care in social work. The historical and current concerns about the dangers of paternalistic and colonialist forms of care in social work are presented. This involves engaging with the critique that the contemporary discussions about care reflect a Western bias that ignores Indigenous and inter-cultural framings of care. We also interrogate the gender dimensions of care, moving away from essentialist views that po...
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