Governing 'new social risks': The case of recent child policies in European welfare states

Publications

Themed Section on Parenting Support in European Countries: A Complex Development in Social Policy

  • Daly, M. (2015) Introduction: Parenting Support in European Countries: A Complex Development in Social Policy, Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 593-595.

  • Daly, M. (2015) Parenting Support as Policy Field: An Analytic Framework, Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 597-608.

  • Martin, C. (2015) Parenting Support in France: Policy in an Ideological Battlefield, Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 609-620.

  • Ostner, I., Stolberg, C. (2015) Investing in Children, Monitoring Parents: Parenting Support in the Changing German Welfare State, Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 621-632.

  • Daly, M., Bray, R. (2015) Parenting Support in England: The Bedding Down of a New Policy, Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 633-644.

  • Knijn, T., Hopman, M. (2015) Parenting Support in the Dutch "Participation Society", Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 645-656.

  • Lundqvist, Å. (2015) Parenting Support in Sweden: New Policies in Old Settings, Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 657-668.

  • Daly, M. (2015) Some Useful Sources, Social Policy and Society, Volume 14 (4), pp. 669-671.

  • Publications Associated with the Project

  • Daly, M. (2013) Parenting support policies in Europe, Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 2, (2), pp. 159-174(16).

  • Daly, M. (2013) Parenting support: Another gender-related policy illusion in Europe?, Women's Studies International Forum, 41, 1: 223-230.

  • Martin, C. (2013): The Invention of a Parenting Policy in the French Context: Elements for a Policy Tracing, in J. G. Ferrer, I. Monsonís Payá (eds) Sustainability and Transformation in European Social Policy, Peter Lang Publishing, pp. 179-197.

  • Ivan, G., Da Roit, B. and Knijn, T. (2014) Children First? Changing Attitudes Toward the Primacy of Children in Five European Countries, Journal of Family Issues, SAGE, published online 21 January 2014

  • Working Papers

  • Haux, T. (2012) 'Parenting support policies in England from 1997 to the present - an overview', PolChi Working Paper No. 12/1, Queen's University Belfast.

  • Bermaoui, J.; Marten, C.; Ostner, I.; Sembritzki, T. and Stolberg, C. (2012) ‘Parenting programmes in Germany – an overview‘, PolChi Working Paper No. 12/2, Georg-August-University Goettingen.

  • Martin, C. (2012) ‘Parental responsibilities: elements for a genealogy of a policy shift in the French context‘, PolChi Working Paper No. 12/3, EHESP.

  • Bermaoui, J.; Ostner, I. and Stolberg, C. (2012) 'German debates on 'parental competence' and 'grade A parenting' in historical perspective' (Draft), PolChi Working Paper No. 12/4, Georg-August-University Goettingen.

  • Rosebrock, A. and Kleinwächter, N. (2014) 'Bericht zum Thema "Parenting" und "Parent Education" (Draft), Polchi Working Paper No. 14/1, Georg-August-University Goettingen.

  • Publications Relevant to the Field

  • Hamel, Marie-Pierre, Lemoine, Sylvain with Martin, C. (2012) Aider les parents à être parents: Le soutien à la parentalité, une perspective internationale, Paris: Centre d’analyse stratégique.

  • Anning, A., Chesworth, E. and Spurling, L. (2005) The Quality of Early Learning, Play and Childcare Services in Sure Start Local Programmes, NESS/2005/FR/009, Nottingham: DfES.

  • CAS (Centre d’analyse stratégique) (2008) La responsabilisation des parents. Une réponse à la délinquance des mineurs, Perspectives internationales, Actes du colloque Paris.

  • Churchill, H. and Clarke, K. (2010) ‘Investing in parenting education: A critical review of policy and provision in England’, Social Policy & Society 9 (1), pp. 39-53.

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