European Social Problems

European Social Problems

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European Social Problems is the first book to examine social issues in Europe from the perspective of the social sciences. It considers many of these social problems following the UK's 'leave' vote. Key topics examined here include: * immigration; * multiculturalism and religion; * health; * inequalities; * education; * riots and protest; * drugs and crime; * sexuality. These core issues run as a thread through Europe and are experienced by Europeans themselves as social problems. As such, this text facilitates students' direct engagement with some of the problematic constituents in their own lives. This text is suitable for those studying social policy, sociology, politics, international relations, criminology and education studies. In this way it functions as an accessible 'reader' for final year undergraduates as well as postgraduate more

Product details

  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 12.7mm | 353.8g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138919942
  • 9781138919945

About Stuart Isaacs

Stuart Isaacs is a Senior Lecturer in Social Policy and Sociology at London Metropolitan University. He is the co-author of Contemporary Political Theorists in Context (2009) and Political Theorists in Context (2004), as well as the sole author of The Politics and Philosophy of Michael Oakeshott (2006), all published by Routledge. His research interests are in political and social theory. He has recently been made a University Teaching Fellow in recognition of his outstanding contribution to teaching and more

Table of contents

* Introduction: What Are European Social Problems?, Stuart Isaacs Part 1: Immigration and Multiculturalism * Constructions of the 'Migration Crisis' In Europe, Norman Ginsburg * Migration and Integration, Matt Scott * Religion and Multiculturalism, Jeffrey Haynes Part 2: Inequalities * Inequalities in European Cities, Jane Lewis * Precarious Work and Unemployment in Europe, Brian McDonough * Health, Jennifer Newton Part 3: Education * European Ideals, Schooling and Modern Childhood, David Blundell & Sandra Abegglen * The Digital Divide: Neoliberal Imperatives & Education, Jessie Bustillos * Eurovisions: 'European Values', Rites Of Passage & Scripting the Curriculum, David Blundell & Peter Cunningham Part 4: Social Controversies * Riots & Protest in Europe, Wendy Fitzgibbon * Illegal Drugs as a Social Problem, James Morgan & Dan Silverstone * Homosexuality & Homophobia in Europe, Maria E. Lopezshow more