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Housing and the Welfare State

The Development of Housing Policy in Britain

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 256
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Hardcover - 9780333962084

06 August 2005

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31 May 2005

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This new analysis of housing policy in Britain since 1945 challenges conventional notions of the relationship between housing and the welfare state. It argues that housing policy in the years after the Second World War is...

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This new analysis of housing policy in Britain since 1945 challenges conventional notions of the relationship between housing and the welfare state. It argues that housing policy in the years after the Second World War is better understood in terms of market restructuring. However, in more recent years housing has been at the forefront of changes that have drawn it closer to other welfare state services, and the modernisation of public services is continuing the trend.

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  • An authoritative account by a leading authority of the evolution of British housing policy and its current state in the st century
  • Casts the relationship between housing and the welfare state in a new light and draws out crucial lessons from the experience of developments in housing for other areas of welfare policy

Introduction
Perspectives on Housing
Housing Before the Welfare State
Housing and the Second World War
Reshaping Housing Policy
Housing and Welfare State Restructuring
The New Housing Policy
Housing, Wellbeing and the Market
Social Change, Social Exclusion and Social Housing
The New Organisation of Social Housing
Conclusion.
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PETER MALPASS is Professor of Housing Policy, University of the West of England, UK.

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PETER MALPASS is Professor of Housing Policy, University of the West of England, UK.

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