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2. Who called Labour's social policy 'a pragmatic mix (or muesli) of moralism, care and control, universalism and selectivism'?

  • Featherstone and Trinder
  • Kamerman and Kahn
  • Reay and Lucey

3. Which of the following is not a liberal aim of family policy

  • tackle social exclusion
  • gender equality in the workforce and in parenting
  • re-socialization (Gerwitz)
  • upholding traditional family values
  • alleviation of poverty (child poverty in particular)

4. When was the Equal Pay Act?

  • 1960
  • 1970
  • 1974
  • 1964

5. Who distinguishes between implicit and explicit policies?

  • Kamerman and Kahn
  • Almond and Verba
  • Titmuss
  • Daly

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