The Welfare State 1942

What is The Welfare State?
to defeat poverty, disease, ignorance, squalor, idleness, Beveridge proposed The Welfare State with social security, NHS, free education, council housing&full-time employment
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What do Functionalists and The New Right think about The Welfare State?
Disagree because it benefits families who are not the traditional family, they believe it will increase the crime rate
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What do Marxists think about The Welfare State?
Agree because it aids other families to make society fair for them
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What do Feminists think about The Welfare State?
Agree because matriofocal families would no longer be oppressed by a man due to receiving the benefits to be able to support their children
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What do Postmodernists think about The Welfare State?
Agree as it aids families types who are struggling to look after their children
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What do Functionalists and The New Right think about The Welfare State?

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Disagree because it benefits families who are not the traditional family, they believe it will increase the crime rate

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What do Marxists think about The Welfare State?

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What do Feminists think about The Welfare State?

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What do Postmodernists think about The Welfare State?

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