Spanish Society After Franco investigates the origins of collective social welfare from the early nineteenth century, to set the context for an analysis of contemporary social policy from the perspective of economic and political trends since the transition of democracy in the mid-1970s. The review of policy evolution is complemented by an examination of the critical impact of social change, particularly the decline of the power of the church, regional devolution, the gender dimension and social exclusion.
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Author Biography - S. P. Mangen
STEPHEN MANGEN is Lecturer in European Social Policy at the London School of Economics. Together with Linda Hantrais has coordinated the Cross-National Research Group since 1985.