of Societal and Social Policy, ISSN 1681-2816
VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3 (December 2004)
Jason L. Powell :
"Aging, Family Policy, and Narrative: A British Perspective"
Kim Sang-Kyun and Lee Euna:
"The Korean Pension Reform: Struggle Between Restructuring and Renovation"
Christian Aspalter :
"Europe in Transition: Welfare State Reform in Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom"
Nelson W.S. Chow:
"Social Welfare in Hong Kong--Post 1997: Opportunity in the Midst of Constraints"
Ray Forrest and James Lee:
"Housing and Social Change: East-West Perspectives" (Christian Aspalter)
Kwong-Leung Tang and Chak-kie Wong:
"Poverty Monitoring and Alleviation in East Asia " (Christian Aspalter)
VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2 (August 2004)
Fred H. Besthorn and Katherine van Wormer:
"Restorative Justice: An Alternative Approach to Fairness, Equity, and Equality--An Introduction"
Katherine van Wormer:
"Restorative Justice: An International Model of Empowerment"
Morris Jenkins :
"Afrocentric Theory and the Restorative Justice Process: A Productive Response to Crime and Delinquency in the African Community"
Fred H. Besthorn:
"Restorative Justice and Environmental Restoration, Twin Pillars of a Just Global Environmental Policy: Hearing the Voices of the Victim"
Charles Lawrence, Madeleine Lovell, and Jaqueline Helfgott:
"The Moral Discourse of Healing: Victims and Offenders for Restorative Justice"
Heather Peters :
"Family Group Conferencing and Family Violence: One Community's Power Struggle"
Daniel W. Van Ness and Karen Heetderks Strong:
"Restoring Justice" (Michelle D. DiLauro)
Barkan Elaza :
"The Guilt of Nations: Restitution and Negotiating Historical Injustices " (Susan C. Allen)
3, NUMBER 1 (April 2004)
Fink and Emmerich Talos:
"Welfare State Retrenchment in Austria: Ignoring the Logic of Blame
"Rethinking the Distributive Paradigm: The Canadian Welfare State"
Jason L. Powell and Azrini Wahidin:
"Corporate Crime, Aging, and Pensins in Great Britain"
Zhu Ya-Peng and James Lee:
"Resdistributive Justice and Housing Benefits in China: The Guiyang
"Confronting Oppression, Restoring Justice: From Policy
Analysis to Social Action" (Mary Boes)
"Why We Need a New Welfare State" (Christian Aspalter)
VOLUME 2, NUMBER
3 (December 2003)
"Gendering the Welfare State: The Issue of Carework Salaries in Germany"
"Children Leaving Care in the United Kingdom: 'Corporate Parenting'
and Social Exclusion"
"Feminization of Poverty: The Case of Albania"
Mark Li and Raymond Ngan:
"After the Handover: Economic Downturn, Social Crises, and Sagging
Political Popularity in Hong Kong"
"Street-Level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual
in Public Services" (Lee Bong-Joo)
2, NUMBER 2 (August 2003)
Walker and Bob Deacon:
"Economic Globalization and Policies on Aging"
"The End of the Scandinavian Model? Welfare Reform in the Nordic Countries"
"The Australian Welfare State Model in Transition: Integrating a Gender
"Market Transition and the Development of Chinese Labor Law"
"Worlds of Welfare Capitalism" (Christian Aspalter)
Lee Ming Kwan:
"Chinese Occupational Welfare in Market Transition"
2, NUMBER 1 (April 2002)
"Drugs, Prostitution, and the Swedish Welfare State: Modernist Morality
in a Postmodern World"
"Securing the Future for Old Age in Europe"
"The Neoliberal Era in Politics and Social Policy: A View from Australia"
Joe C.B. Leung:
"Strengthening Families: The Restructuring of Family Services in Hong
Katherine Van Wormer:
"Confronting Oppression in the Social Welfare State: The Role of Social
Van Wormer and Diane Rae Davis:
"Addiction Treatment: A Strengths Perspective"
(Katherine Van Wormer)
Christian Aspalter (editor):
"Discovering the Welfare State in East Asia"
"Vital Connections: Politics, Social Secrutiy, and Inequality in Chile"
1, NUMBER 1 (Dec. 2002)
Baldry and Sue Green:
"Indigenous Welfare in Australia"
"Social Policy and National Building: The Dynamics of the Israeli Welfare
John Doling and Roziah Omar:
"The Welfare State System in Malaysia"
"The Danish Welfare State: A Social Rights Perspective"
"Counseling Female Offenders and Victims: A Strengths-Restorative
Approach" (Katherine Van Wormer)
"Conservative Welfare State Systems in East Asia"
"Developments in Swedish Social Policy: Resisting Dionysus" (Arthur
Robert W. Stern:
"Democracy and Dictatorship in South Asia: Dominant Classes and Political
Outcomes in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh"
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Joe C.B. Leung (The University of Hong Kong)
Kim Jin-Soo (Yonsei University, Korea)
Lee Bong-Joo (Seoul National University, Korea)
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