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Money in their own name [electronic resource] : the feminist voice in poverty debate in Canada, 1970-1995 / Wendy McKeen.

By: McKeen, Wendy, 1954-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in comparative political economy and public policy: Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : University of Toronto Press, c2004Description: 1 online resource (viii, 168 p.).ISBN: 9781442677326 (electronic bk.); 1442677325 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Women -- Government policy -- Canada -- History -- 20th century | Women -- Canada -- Economic conditions | Poverty -- Canada -- History -- 20th century | Feminism -- Canada -- History -- 20th century | Canada -- Social policy | Femmes -- Politique gouvernementale -- Canada -- Histoire -- 20e si�ecle | Femmes -- Canada -- Conditions �economiques | Pauvret�e -- Canada -- Histoire -- 20e si�ecle | F�eminisme -- Canada -- Histoire -- 20e si�ecle | Canada -- Politique sociale | Frauenbewegung | Einkommensunterschied | Wirtschaftliche Lage | Armut | Geschichte 1970-1995 | Kanada | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Security | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Services & WelfareGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Money in their own name.DDC classification: 362.83/0971 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Solutions for Women-Friendly Social Policy: The Radial Potential of Individualized Entitlement -- Understanding How the Interests of New Political Actors Are Shaped: Discourse, Agency, and 'Policy Community' -- The Maintstream Poverty Debate in the 1960s and the Emergence of a Feminist Alternative -- Feminism, Poverty Discourse, and the Child Benefits Debate of the Mid- to Late 1970s: 'Writing Women In' -- Feminism and the Tory Child Benefits Debate of the Earlly to Mid-1980s: Money in Their Own Name? -- Feminism and Child Poverty Discourse in the Late 1980s to Mid-1990s: 'Writing Women Out' -- Conclusions: Implications for Current Struggles for Women-Friendly Social Policy.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [141]-163) and index.

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1. Solutions for Women-Friendly Social Policy: The Radial Potential of Individualized Entitlement -- 2. Understanding How the Interests of New Political Actors Are Shaped: Discourse, Agency, and 'Policy Community' -- 3. The Maintstream Poverty Debate in the 1960s and the Emergence of a Feminist Alternative -- 4. Feminism, Poverty Discourse, and the Child Benefits Debate of the Mid- to Late 1970s: 'Writing Women In' -- 5. Feminism and the Tory Child Benefits Debate of the Earlly to Mid-1980s: Money in Their Own Name? -- 6. Feminism and Child Poverty Discourse in the Late 1980s to Mid-1990s: 'Writing Women Out' -- 7. Conclusions: Implications for Current Struggles for Women-Friendly Social Policy.

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