Landscapes of Voluntarism
New Spaces of Health, Welfare and Governance
Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol
Notes on contributors
Foreword: Beyond the shadow state?
1. Contemporary landscapes of welfare: the 'voluntary turn'?
Christine Milligan and David Conradson
2. A 'new institutional fix'? The 'community turn' and the changing role of the voluntary sector
Rob Macmillan and Alan Townsend
3. Renewal or relocation? Social welfare, voluntarism and the city
Christine Milligan and Nicholas R. Fyfe
4. Voluntarism and new forms of governance in rural communities
Bill Edwards and Michael Woods
5. New times, new relationships: mental health, primary care and public health in New Zealand
Pauline Barnett and J. Ross Barnett
6. Informal and voluntary care in Canada: caught in the Act?
Mark W. Skinner and Mark W. Rosenberg
7. Competition, adaptation and resistance: (re)forming health organisations in New Zealand's third sector
Susan Owen and Robin Kearns
8. The difference of voluntarism: the place of voluntary sector care homes for older Jewish people in the United Kingdom
9. Values, practices and strategic divestment: Christian social service organisations in New Zealand
10. Faith-based organisations and welfare provision in Northern Ireland and North America: whose agenda?
11. Government restructuring and settlement agencies in Vancouver: bringing advocacy back in
12. Developing voluntary community spaces and Ethnicity in Sydney, Australia
Walter F. Lalich
13. The voluntary spaces of charity shops: workplaces or domestic spaces?
14. The changing landscape of voluntary sector counselling in Scotland
15. Volunteering, geography and welfare: a multilevel investigation of geographical variations in voluntary action
John Mohan, Liz Twigg, Kelvyn Jones and Steve Barnard
16. Reflections on landscapes of voluntarism
David Conradson and Christine Milligan