- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- One ‘Active’ citizenship: the new face of welfare
- Two The goals of social policy: context and change
- Three Which way for the European social model: minimum standards or social quality?
- Four The advent of a flexible life course and the reconfigurations of welfare
- Five Citizenship, unemployment and welfare policy
- Six Paradoxes of democracy: the dialectic of inclusion and exclusion
- Seven Citizenship and the activation of social protection: a comparative approach
- Eight The active society and activation policy: ideologies, contexts and effects
- Nine Individualising citizenship
- Ten Gender equality, citizenship and welfare state restructuring
- Eleven New forms of citizenship and social integration in European societies
- Twelve The outcomes of early retirement in Nordic countries
- Thirteen Early exit from the labour market, social exclusion and marginalisation in the UK
- Fourteen The emergence of social movements by social security claimants
- Fifteen Conclusion: policy change, welfare regimes and active citizenship
Consequences and outcomes from a citizenship perspective
- The changing face of welfare
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