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THATCHERISM: The New Right, anti-collectivist 1979-1990
Jen Collins
BEVERIDGE v's NEW RIGHT
Jen Collins
Seebohm Report 1968
Jen Collins
Cells, Tissues and Organs
yusanr98
An Inspector Calls - Quotes and Context
James Holder
UNIT 21 CHAPTER 3 NEW N.H.S 1948-1979 AND CHA PTER 4 SOCIAL CARE
Louise Carey
UNIT 21- legislations between 1944 + 1949
Louise Carey
UNIT 21 CHAPTER 1
Louise Carey
WELFARE STATE: POST WW 2 (1936-45) BEVERIDGE
Jen Collins
UNIT 21 CHAPTER 2
Louise Carey
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Educ. Act 1944 Free secondry education to all 1944 child bebefit
Housing act 1949 Provide more public sector housing
NA Act 1948 NA board (means tested 'safety net' - those not covered by Ins, benefits) LA to promote welfare of disabled, thru creation of LA welf depts. & provide housing for disabled, older homeless
Children Act 1948 Created LA childrens depts UK wide. Child care officers given power and duty to remove children into Authority care.
NHS Act 1946 (implemented 1948) Legislation to provide free HS to all
NI Payment made to gov = free HC
Universalism The goal of making Benefits and services (inc Health and socialcare) avail to all. Pay or not. Free - paid through taxation
5 social evils Want Ignorance Disease Squalor Idleness
5 social evils Want Ignorance Disease Squalor Idleness
Three arms of NHS Hospital services GP and family practitioners Local Authority and community health services
NHS 1948 (opposed by BMA) Dr/consultant run NHS. Merit awards for medical reasearch. Dominant medical power in NHS today. State HS - not state run. Gov control £'s. Doc's decide W £ spent, how much and priorities for future
Excluded from financial help Divorced, unmarried women providing care in the home disabled
Male role - provide for family Superior sex restrictions Illness, incompetence, feckless - could not support Men to work - play > role in family life, upbringing of kids
BEVERIDGE Attitude - Women 'Vital work' - take care of family and home. Husband to earn for. children to continue British Ideals. Single work - married not Maternity benefit < unemployment benefit.
Before Welfare State Limited system of workers health ins. Wk houses & inst. provide some care. Lack of basic accessible HS.
Flaws of Welfare State (Beveridge ideology) Inadequate benf & pensions - causing means testing Assumption Gender Men/women role Aimed at traditional familys
Beveridge Report 1942 Social insurance and Allied Services Blueprint
1950's Return to means testing NA to survive (benefits) Benefits set too low to live on. Results - Ann, Angus
SOCIAL CARE Only dealt w in....... Children Act 1948 National Assistance Act 1948
Beveridge report Gov Requirements Manage economy - Job for all Eliminate poverty & Neg effects on H&Wing Free NHS Childrens allowance - every family, rich/poor alike.
NI Act 1946 NI entitlement to unemployed, sickness, widow & maternity benefits & state pension