1. Who called Labour's social policy 'a pragmatic mix (or muesli) of moralism, care and control, universalism and selectivism'?
- Reay and Lucey
- Featherstone and Trinder
- Kamerman and Kahn
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2. What percentage of lone parent households are lone father?
3. Who proposed the existence of an 'underclass' populated by the feckless and work shy?
- Charles Murray
4. Which of the following is not a conservative aim of family policy?
- controlling fertility
- desire to reinforce family values
- gender equality in the workforce
- protection of the family as an institution
- desire for individualism in the family within society
5. When was the Bulger case?