Anderson and Shutes work out several dimensions of inequalities within the framework of EDI intersectionality, which make it possible to articulate inequality between the nation states 37,4 of the global North and South. Reading one of the books helps you learn about the other. After reading the work of Anderson and Shutes, you may get a more critical view on welfare governance in the global North and one might ask who (what persons and countries) pays the cost of so-called welfare governance? Would not it be worth thinking about the global dimensions of welfare and questioning whether existing theories and definitions of welfare de-thematize such global dimensions? Could we connect ideas of global justice with ideas of global welfare? Both books inspire discussions about the connection between care, welfare, and society, insofar as both question the way welfare and care are organized in contemporary capitalistic societies. Therefore, I would recommend the books not only for readers who are interested in social policy, care, and migration, but also for those who are interested in current debates on conditions and endangerments of modern societies. Finally, both books show that dealing with questions of welfare and care challenge society and sociology as
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: May 21, 2018
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