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Poor Relief and Welfare in Germany from the Reformation to World War I [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780521506038Publication details: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9780511428838
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Poor Relief and Welfare in Germany from the Reformation to World War IDDC classification:
  • 361.943 362.5/56209430903
LOC classification:
  • HV4098.F76 2008
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Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Tables and Figure; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 Discipline, Community, and the Sixteenth-Century Origins of Modern Poor Relief; 2 The Rise and Fall of the Workhouse: Poor Relief in the Age of Absolutism; 3 Pauperism, Moral Reform, and Visions of Civil Society, 1800-1870; 4 The State, the Market, and the Organization of Poor Relief, 1830-1870; 5 The Assistantial Double Helix: Poor Relief, Social Insurance, and the Political Economy of Poor Law Reform
6 New Voices: Citizenship, Social Reform, and the Origins of Modern Social Work in Imperial Germany7 The Social Perspective on Poverty and the Origins of Modern Social Welfare; 8 From Fault to Risk: Changing Strategies of Assistance to the Jobless in Imperial Germany; 9 Youth Welfare and the Political Alchemy of Juvenile Justice; 10 The Social Evolution of Poor Relief, the Crisis of Voluntarism, and the Limits of Progressive Social Reform; 11 Family, Welfare, and (Dis)order on the Home Front; 12 Wartime Youth Welfare and the Progressive Refiguring of the Social Contract
Conclusion: The End of Poor Relief and the Invention of WelfareSources and Abbreviations; Index;
Summary: Frohman analyzes poor relief, charity, and social welfare in Germany from the Reformation through World War I.
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Tables and Figure; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 Discipline, Community, and the Sixteenth-Century Origins of Modern Poor Relief; 2 The Rise and Fall of the Workhouse: Poor Relief in the Age of Absolutism; 3 Pauperism, Moral Reform, and Visions of Civil Society, 1800-1870; 4 The State, the Market, and the Organization of Poor Relief, 1830-1870; 5 The Assistantial Double Helix: Poor Relief, Social Insurance, and the Political Economy of Poor Law Reform

6 New Voices: Citizenship, Social Reform, and the Origins of Modern Social Work in Imperial Germany7 The Social Perspective on Poverty and the Origins of Modern Social Welfare; 8 From Fault to Risk: Changing Strategies of Assistance to the Jobless in Imperial Germany; 9 Youth Welfare and the Political Alchemy of Juvenile Justice; 10 The Social Evolution of Poor Relief, the Crisis of Voluntarism, and the Limits of Progressive Social Reform; 11 Family, Welfare, and (Dis)order on the Home Front; 12 Wartime Youth Welfare and the Progressive Refiguring of the Social Contract

Conclusion: The End of Poor Relief and the Invention of WelfareSources and Abbreviations; Index;

Frohman analyzes poor relief, charity, and social welfare in Germany from the Reformation through World War I.