Idealism Versus Non-Idealism: New Light on Social Policy and Voluntary Action in Britain Since 1880 View Full Text


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2003-06

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John Offer

ABSTRACT

This paper applies the contrast between idealist and non-idealist modes of thought to an examination and categorization of ideas and practices of voluntary action in Britain in the period from the1880s to the 1990s. In particular, the paper explores: (1) idealism and non-idealism as properties of social theories about voluntary action; (2) idealist and non-idealist social thought in voluntary organizations; (3) pro-state idealist social thought in “official” or governmental circles on relationships with voluntary action, and changes in such thought and in government relationships with voluntary action in the 1970s; (4) innovations in the ways of classifying voluntary organizations; and (5) new approaches to the study of voluntary action. The paper also comments on voluntary action and the “third way.” More... »

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227-240

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1999-09. Reviewing the Relationship Between the Voluntary Sector and the State in Britain in the 1990s in VOLUNTAS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF VOLUNTARY AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
  • 1996-09. Membership participation and ideology in large voluntary organisations: The case of the National Trust in VOLUNTAS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF VOLUNTARY AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
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