SOC271 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Neoliberalism

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In canada, our lives are nested inside a range of policies, laws, services, and practices that make it easier or harder to buy homes, get income when unemployed, or get support for the work of caregiving: our lives also depend on an economy that creates jobs from which taxes are paid and services delivered, a seemingly individual act, happens within the confines of the social, economics, and political world, during mid 1990s and mid 2000s, both periods were economic boom times, yet both periods were marked by significant changes in public spending and social policy, what is striking about these two periods is that, despite a booming economy, many families struggled to manage their work and personal lives, the cumulative changes in social, political, and economic policies and regulations made it harder for many families to put together a life, people put together a living by exploring a broad economic process termed.

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