More DetailsThe solutions offered independently by the contributors challenge the stereotype assumptions about bullies and victims and are essentially practical, suggesting strategies for establishing an ethos by which schools can become safe places for pupils, parents and teachers.
More DetailsThis book examines the redistribution efficiency of European welfare states, above all the income redistribution arising for social benefits (such as family allowances, pension systems, healthcare and unemployment compensation) and the taxes or contributions which finance them.
More DetailsThere is no doubt that television acts as a powerful image-maker of Black people both in Britain and overseas – an image that is generally though often subtly, disparaging. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of media representation of black people together with detailed examples of racial bias, and practical teaching strategies and references to material for teachers – and their trainers – for examining this bias in classrooms, staff rooms and colleges.
More DetailsThis book is a contribution to the European Cultural Foundation’s (ECF) policy of promoting scientific studies and exchanges in areas of common interest to all European countries. It is because questions related to employment, unemployment, and the role of work in society undoubtedly belong to these areas that the ECF, together with the Queen Juliana Foundation, has now established, in Maastricht, the European Centre for Work and Society, whose programme will focus on such topics and whose development received its initial stimulus from the proceedings of the Hague Conference set forth in this book.