"Globalization" and Social Policy in a Development Context
This paper addresses how 'globalization' shapes the possibility of realizing an inclusive, democratic and developmental social policy. The author explains that globalization entails multiple, contradictory processes, requiring a need for informed debate about the continued possibilities for progressive social reform and critical analysis of the nature of those reforms that are taking place. This author contributes to the globalization debate, discussing the possibilities of regional and transregional forms of social policy collaboration for social reform.
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