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Ethics of CareCritical advances in international perspective$
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Tula Brannelly, Lizzie Ward, and Nicki Ward

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9781447316510

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447316510.001.0001

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Democratic caring and global care responsibilities

Democratic caring and global care responsibilities

(p.21) Two Democratic caring and global care responsibilities
Ethics of Care

Joan Tronto

Policy Press

Care is in crisis everywhere in the world. Neoliberal policies in wealthier states have cheapened the cost of care at home by privatizing care and importing increasing amounts of care labour. This action pushes the “care deficit” onto still less well-off societies. No solution to this problem can be found until care is sufficiently valued on a global level. In order for that to happen, the state as the “container” of care needs closer scrutiny.

Keywords:   care, democratic politics, neoliberalism, migration, social policy, migrant care workers

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