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Preface by Wang, Lih-rong
Preface by Laurent van der Maesen
Authors Preface and Acknowledgement
Instead of an Introduction: Five Premises
Part I
Social Quality: More than Another Contribution to Social Policy?
Table 1: The 3x4 Factors of Social Quality
Figure 1: Defining the Social
(a) The Social as Appropriation
(b) Social Policy as Part of the Process of Socialisation
Figure 2: Perspectives of Agency
Figure 3: Welfare Policy Patterns
Figure 4: Legislative Systems
Figure 5: Regulationist Systems
Figure 6: Public-Private Divide
(c) The Social and Social Policy
(d) Contextualising Social Policy
Figure 7: Rule of Law and income and income among EU-27
Figure 8: Global Dependencies and Divides
Table 2: Coupling and Decoupling Identity-Building
(e) Social Policy and Developmental Dependencies
Part II:
An Interim View – Where Are We Now, and How Can We Start From Here?
Part III:
Dimensions of social being and dimensions of social quality
Understanding Development – A Review of Modernisation
Socialisation
Processes of Shifting Patterns of Determination
Interim Summary: A Critical Review of Welfare Regime Analysis
Empowerment – a Core Concept of the Social Quality Approach
On the Character of Individual and Social Power
Figure 13: Social Quality and Theory of Regulation
Quality of Life Indicators
Human Security
Human Development Approach
Social Quality and the Meaning for Social Policy Practice
The Policy Triangle
Figure 14: The European Commission’s Policy Triangle40
General Rights and their Implication
Figure 15: Three Pillar Structure of Social Policy in Practice
Table 6: Civil, Political and Social Rights in Development
Part IV:
Social Quality – A Suitable Tool for Global Policy Analysis and Policy Making?
General Considerations
Figure 17: Conditions of the Emergence of Welfare Systems
Figure 18: Establishing Common Legal Spaces
Reaching out for a strategy for public responsibility for social quality
Table 7: Finality and Instrumentalism of Policy Making
Figure 19: Policy Making and the Requirement of Different Reasoning
Relativism and Modernist Determination
Protection as Opening of Spaces of Opportunity
Vita Activa – Recognition of Various Practices
Protection and Practice as Constitution of Inter-Being
Matrix for a Global Assessment
Figure 20: Dimensions of Intervention for Traditional Social Policy
Figure 21: Social Policy between Welfare, Nation and State
Figure 22: The Accumulation Regime: Condition and Constitution
Table 8: Unsettled Welfare Systems
Figure 23: Vita Activa Between Condition and Constitution
Figure 24: Constitution of Legal Realms
Excursus: Some Reflections on Asia
Excursus: Some Reflections on Islam
Figure 26: Determination of Current Frames
Table 9: Resoures and Regulation
Figure 27: Proportion of Different Forms of Employment in Turkey, %
Table 10: Female Labour Market Participation
Table 11: Status of Female Employment
The Common and the Law
Figure 28: Economy as Social Process vs. Econometric Distributional Models
Law and Space of Regulation
Figure 29: Redistributive versus Regulative Intervention
Table 12: Changed Conditionality of Welfare
Globalism, Values, Dominance
Figure 31: Simple Centre-Periphery-Structure
Figure 32: Polycentric Centre-Periphery Structure
Figure 33: Diffuse-Hierarchic Centre-Periphery-Structuration
Figure 34: Societal Scope of Legal Functionality
Part V:
(a) General Political Framework – Trying to get hold of the Mode of Regulation
Table 15: Employment and Unemployment
Figure 35:Capitalism and Competitive Orientations
Figure 36: Civil Organisations in Taiwan-Fuchien Area
Interim Conclusions: Bedding the Tiger Economy – Between Belief and Rights
(b) Accumulation Regime and Mode of Regulation
Conclusions: The Political Economy of Refeudalisation
Part VI:
Conclusions and Outlook
I. Dimension of Policy Making
II. Relationality, Processuality and Practice
III. Finality
IV. Tensions of Socio-Legal Traditions
Table 17: Social and Legal Cultures
V. The Social Quality Approach and Social Law
Table 18: Social Quality Factors and the Reflection of Cultures of Law
Defending and Maintaining Specifities
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