THE BASICS OF FAMILY POLICY
Keywords:family, family policy, family policy measures, conservative and progressive family policy, welfare state
The paper analyzes basic theoretical concepts of the family policy, with a focus on the characteristics of conservative and progressive family policies. Particular attention has been paid to the numerous patterns of family policy in the international perspective, as well as the possibility of convergence (measures) of family policy in the perspective of highly-industrialized countries.
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