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  • Author:
    England) Institute for Public Policy Research (London,Jane Franklin
  • ISBN:
    074561924X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0745619248
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    Polity Pr (January 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    138 pages
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    Social Sciences
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The book broadly reflects the approach of the influential theory of "Risk Society" associated with Ulrich Beck . This book captures part of the spirit of the age and will be ofabsorbing interest to students of sociology, politics and socialpolicy.

The book broadly reflects the approach of the influential theory of "Risk Society" associated with Ulrich Beck and Anthony Giddens. Both of these prominent sociologists have contributed to this volume, and their essays each provide a clear synthesis of their arguments. For those new to this discussion, this collection provides an excellent introduction to the notion of 'Risk Society. Times Literary Supplement. We live in a runaway world.

Introduction: Jane Franklin. 1. Politics of Risk Society: Ulrich Beck. 2. Risk Society: the Context of British Politics: Anthony Giddens. 3. Lessons from Lloyda s: the Limits of Insurance: Adam Raphael. 4. Nature Bites Back: John Gray. 5. Risky Business, Safety: Martin Woollacott. The book broadly reflects the approach of the influential theory of "Risk Society" associated with Ulrich Beck and Anthony Giddens.

It offers a distinct democratic liberal framework for policy making.

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We live in a runaway world. This book captures part of the spirit of the age and will be of absorbing interest to students of sociology, politics and social policy. New patterns of risk and uncertainty threaten the stability of our traditional institutions. To make sense of these profound changes in our lives, and invent new politics for the twenty-first century, we must understand the dynamic forces which are transforming our society. This book captures part of the spirit of the age and will be of absorbing interest to students of sociology, politics and social policy

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It was founded in 1988 and is an independent registered charity. IPPR has offices in Newcastle, Manchester, and Edinburgh. Funding comes from trust and foundation grants, government support, and individual donors.

This volume opens a dialogue between Ulrich Beck's sociology of "Risk Society", and key thinkers and opinion leaders from the world of politics and policy-making. It explores the way people perceive risk and integrate change in their lives - insisting that these are essential foces driving policy development today. New patterns of risk and uncertainty threaten the stability of traditional institutions in the world today. To make sense of these profound changes in people's lifes, new politics for the 21st century are invented. People must understand the dynamic forces which are transforming their lives. A new politics must engage actively with people's life experience. Contributions from Ulrich Beck, Anthony Giddens, Susie Orbach, John Gray, Ray Pahl, Martin Woollacott, Anna Coote and Patricia Hewitt explore the daily experience of risk - from intimate relationships to global warming - and offer their analysis and insight into how we understand this changing world.