About this book
Across Europe the protection of 'social cohesion' has become an important political objective. This book draws attention to the connection between the cohesive society and the active society. It explores France, Germany and the United Kingdom and challenges the claim that the active conduct of problematic populations can save society from collapse.
Social cohesion comparative politics critical theory interpretive policy analysis Bürgergesellschaft community Germany Gesellschaft governance policy politics Segregation society