Increasing attention is being paid to the turbulent field of care and welfare. The Care & Welfare series published studies on changing relationships between citizens and professionals, on care and welfare governance, on identity politics in the context of these welfare state transformations, and on ethical topics. It engaged international academic and political debate by developing and reflecting upon theories of (health) care and welfare through detailed national case studies and/or international comparisons. This series offered insight into the interdisciplinary theory of care and welfare and its practices.
Please note that this series has now been discontinued.