Individualization, risk and the bodySociology and care

@inproceedings{Fine2005IndividualizationRA,
  title={Individualization, risk and the bodySociology and care},
  author={Michael J Fine},
  year={2005}
}
No longer hidden in the home as a private problem, care and the human services are increasingly important public concerns in advanced societies. Care is also emerging as a significant field of social theory and enquiry with considerable importance for the field of sociology. However, it remains a specialist topic rather than a central concern of the discipline. This article considers these developments and discusses the significance that recognizing the central place of care in social life… CONTINUE READING

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