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social dimension


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social dimension

The gender dimension of social change The contribution of dynamic research to the study of women's life courses

The Social Dimension in Language Development A Rich History and a New Frontier

The Social Dimension of Meaning

Part III The Social Dimension, 12 Labour Relations

Part III The Social Dimension, 14 Environmental Issues

Legislating for a Realm of Ends: The Social Dimension of Autonomy

The Social Dimension – Public Involvement in Seabird Island Restoration

Transformative Learning Through Deliberation: Social Assumptions and the Tacit Dimension*

Part III The Social Dimension, 13 Human Rights and Multinational Enterprises

EU enlargement, the clash of capitalisms and the European social dimension

The Cultural Dimension of Social Movements: A Theoretical Reassessment and Literature Review*

Informal Institutions, Social Capital, and Economic Transition: Reflections on a Neglected Dimension

Social Capital and Health Outcomes Among Older Adults in China: The Urban–Rural Dimension

The scalar dimension of welfare state development: the case of Swedish and Finnish social assistance systems

Conclusion: the European social dimension and the clash of capitalisms in a post-2004 EU

Contribution of Demographic, Medical, and Social Support Variables in Predicting the Mental Health Dimension of Quality of Life among People with Multiple Sclerosis

A New Dimension of Social Stratification in Poland? Class Membership and Electoral Voting in 1991–2001

Elisabetta Ruspini and Angela Dale (eds): The Gender Dimension of Social Change: The Contribution of Dynamic Research to the Study of Women's Life Courses. Bristol: The Policy Press, 2002

 

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A term coined by Jacques Delors when he was President of the European Commission to suggest that the integration of European economies through the creation of the Single European Market should be accompanied by the development of European social and employment policy.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.


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