Care has been struggled for, resisted and celebrated. The failure to care in 'care services' has been seen as a human rights problem and evidence of malaise in contemporary society. But care has also been implicated in the oppression of disabled people and demoted in favour of choice in health and social care services. In this wide-ranging bookMarian Barnes argues for care as an essential value in private lives and public policies. She considersthe importance of care to well-being and social justice and applies insights from feminist care ethicsto care work, and care within personal relationships. She also looks at'stranger relationships', how we relate to the places in which we live, and the way in which public deliberation about social policy takes place. This book will be vital reading for all those wanting to applyrelational understandings of humanity to social policy and practice.
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