Table of contents for Analysing social policy : a governmental approach / edited by Greg Marston, Catherine McDonald.

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1.	Introduction: reframing social policy analysis	1
Catherine McDonald and Greg Marston
PART ONE: GOVERNING SPACES AND PLACES
2.	Governmentality and Powers of Life and Death	17
Mitchell Dean
3.	Global governance and local policy partnerships	47	
Wendy Larner
4.	The politics of marginal space	65	
Jorgan Elm-Larsen
PART TWO: GOVERNING SELVES AND OTHERS
5.	Consumerism and the remaking of state-citzen relations in the UK	84
John Clarke
6.	The politics of subject formation: women's response to welfare reform in the 
united states and the Netherlands	101
Anna Korteweg
7.	Governing men and boys in public policy in Australia	121
Bob Pease
8.	Activating child and youth welfare / an example of the neo-social re-
arrangement of German social policy	139
Fabian Kessl
PART THREE: GOVERNING THROUGH NEW TECHNOLOGIES
9.	'The end of the passing past': towards a polytemporal policy studies	158
Willian Walters
10.	Governing the mother: access to reproductive technologies	177
Jennifer Smith
11.	Segmentation and conditionality: technological reconfigurations in social policy
	195
Paul Henman
12.	Conclusion: a conversation worth continuing?	213
Greg Marston and Catherine McDonald

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social policy.
Social policy -- Cross-cultural studies.
Social policy -- Evaluation.