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Alexandria, Virginia: Council on Social Work Education, Commission on Accreditation. However, historians are not insulated from contemporary social and political shifts and, as the so-called "crisis of the welfare state" entered public discourse, their analyses either became less laudatory, or explicitly sought to defend the welfare state from a "New Right" attack (Thane 1982). This process provided interrater reliability of concepts and themes. Work-based social insurance plays an important role for those who have been previously employed.

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Publisher: Brooks Cole; 1 edition (November 20, 1998)

ISBN: 053436215X

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