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Friday

The ‘coming apart’ of American society which has similarities with what has happened in many other countries

Today, Murray demonstrates, there is an archipelago of affluent enclaves clustered around the coastal cities, Chicago, Dallas and so on. If you’re born into one of them, you will probably go to college with people from one of the enclaves; … Continue reading

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Monday

Esping-Andersen and his three worlds of welfare capitalism

One of the most influential writers on welfare states is Gosta Esping-Andersen. Back in 1989, he wrote a book called The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism in which he categorised welfare states into three kinds.  When I first heard about … Continue reading

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Tuesday

The mob violence: an analysis that will not be made and a reflection on the difficulty of measuring incivility and alienation

The riots in London and elsewhere over the past few days suggest a profound level of underlying incivility and alienation among the young, especially, in Britain. It would b extremely interesting for there to be an analysis of those arrested … Continue reading

Posted by James Bartholomew Indexed in Behaviour & Crime, Parenting, Welfare benefits
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