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Paternalism or partnership?

Robert Sowman

Paternalism or partnership?

central government"s administrative attitude to local government

by Robert Sowman

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Published by New Zealand Planning Council in Wellington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Decentralization in government -- New Zealand.,
    • Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- New Zealand.,
    • Local government -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 77-82.

      StatementRobert Sowman.
      SeriesPlanning paper,, no. 20 (Oct. 1984), Planning paper (New Zealand Planning Council) ;, no. 20.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJS8341 .S65 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 82 p. :
      Number of Pages82
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2593625M
      ISBN 100908601344
      LC Control Number85147203

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        The Paternalism of Partnership - häftad, Engelska, Författare: Maria Eriksson Baaz. kr. This book will be useful to students seeking an introduction to postcolonial studies and the ways in which it can throw light on contemporary social realities, and to scholars interested in the ethnographic realities of aid : Maria Eriksson Baaz. Paternalism is action that limits a person's or group's liberty or autonomy and is intended to promote their own good. Paternalism can also imply that the behavior is against or regardless of the will of a person, or also that the behavior expresses an attitude of superiority. Paternalism, paternalistic and paternalist have all been used as a pejorative.

      Paternalism defined women’s roles in the domestic sphere and society shaping the expectations for Southern women whether they had one hundred slaves or none. Only one-third of the population held slaves at the onset of the Civil War, however, those few elite slave owners set the standard for the entire south. Plantation mistresses set the.   'The Paternalism of Partnership is an important contribution to the development literature. The development industry is no stranger to criticism. Recent critiques have drawn on post-colonial approaches for their attack on the Euro-centric nature of much development policy and praxis, but few have explored detailed case studies/5(8).


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This book was important to me in reinforcing the idea that development has internalized outsider indictments of the enterprise. Self-critique has, in some sense, altered the terrain at the discursive level, and from this a discourse of partnership emerged, with ideas like transparency and mutual trust tossed around as if donor and partner were intimate bedfellows/5.

Paternalism is endemic in the NHS. Benign and well intentioned it may be, but it has the effect of creating and maintaining an unhealthy dependency which is out of step with other currents in society. Assumptions that doctor (or nurse) knows best, making decisions on behalf of patients without involving them and feeling threatened when patients have access to alternative sources of medical Cited by: The development industry has Paternalism or partnership?

book criticized recently from very diverse quarters. This book is a nuanced and original investigation of Northern donor agency personnel as they deliver aid in Tanzania.

The author explores in particular how donor identities are manifested in the practices of development aid, and how calls for equal partnership between North and South are often very different in. Paternalism is endemic in the NHS. Benign and well intentioned it may be, but it has the effect of creating and maintaining an unhealthy dependency which is out of step with other currents in society.

and the supply of services has led governments to consider ways in which demand for health care can be managed. 4 Partnership has therefore Cited by: Paternalism, attitude and practice that are commonly, though not exclusively, understood as an infringement on the personal freedom and autonomy of a person (or class of persons) with a beneficent or protective intent.

Paternalism generally involves competing claims between individual liberty and authoritative social ons concerning paternalism also may include both the claims of. The Children Act made it clear that agencies and workers should aim to work in partnership with family members in all child care cases.

Practice across the country has been varied, especially with respect to family involvement in child protection conferences, and there has also been inter-professional debate about its desirability.

Søren Holm, in Brocklehurst's Textbook of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology (Seventh Edition), Paternalism. Paternalism is the term used for actions we take or decisions we make for another person with the intention of benefiting that person.

The word is derived from the Latin word for father and the idea is that a paternalist decision is like the decision a good father makes for his.

This book is a landmark study that will attract attention from students and scholars.' Jane Parpart, Lester B. Pearson chair in international development studies at Dalhousie University, Canada Bloggat om The Paternalism of Partnership.

'The Paternalism of Partnership by Maria Eriksson Baaz is an important contribution to the development literature. The development industry is no stranger to criticism. Recent critiques have drawn on post-colonial approaches for their attack on the Euro-centric nature of much development policy and praxis, but few have explored detailed case.

This book is a nuanced and original investigation of Northern donor agency personnel as they deliver aid in Tanzania.

The author explores in particular how donor identities are manifested in the practices of development aid, and how calls for equal partnership between North and Price: $ The book The Paternalism of Partnership: A Postcolonial Reading of Identity in Development Aid, Maria Eriksson is published by Zed Books.

He is currently working on a book marrying together the notions of ecology and child protection for which he is looking for avenues for publication. Child Protection: Balancing Paternalism and Partnership, The British Journal of Social Work, Vol Issue 6, DecemberPages –, and embraced the philosophy of partnership Cited by: COVID Resources.

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Partnership in care and services Shared decision-making Self-management Therapeutic patient education Medical paternalism Patient and family centered care This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check : Vincent Dumez, Marie-Pascale Pomey.

— The Paternalism of Partnership This book is a nuanced and original investigation of Northern donor agency personnel as they deliver aid in Tanzania. The author explores in particular how donor identities are manifested in the practices of development aid, and how calls for equal partnership between North and South are often very.

Get this from a library. From paternalism to partnership: Protestant mission partnerships in the history of the Netherlands Missionary Council ().

[Wilbert van Saane] -- Partnership is a controversial concept in Protestant mission. This historical and missiological study traces the relations between Dutch and Indonesian churches from the colonial through the.

The Paternalism of Partnership A Postcolonial Reading of Identity in Development Aid This book is a nuanced and original investigation of Northern donor agency personnel as they deliver aid in Tanzania.

The author explores in particular how donor identities are manifested in the practices of development aid, and how calls for equal. Paternalism and Partnership MARTIN C. CALDER Martin C. Calder is currently Child Protection Co-ordinator with Salford Social Services Department.

He qualified as a social worker at the University of Bradford inand undertook a post-qualifying Diploma in Child Protection at the University of.

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From Paternalism to Partnership Protestant Mission Partnerships in the History of the Netherlands Missionary Council () Series: Studien zur interkulturellen Geschichte des Christentums / Etudes d'histoire interculturelle du christianisme / Studies in Author: Wilbert van Saane.

On the spectrum of differing levels of independence, paternalism stands on the opposite side of autonomy. The objective of paternalism, like that of autonomy, is the good of the same moral agent, the patient [ 9 ]. Paternalism has been one of the traditional characteristics of the therapeutic relationship in medicine [ 9 ].

It implies that the Cited by: Paternalism definition is - a system under which an authority undertakes to supply needs or regulate conduct of those under its control in matters affecting them as individuals as well as in their relations to authority and to each other.

How to use paternalism in a sentence.