Introduction. Valerie Bryson and Pamela Fisher 1 New Labour, Social Justice and Electoral Strategy. Tim Heppell 2 'Radicalisation' and 'democracy' - a linguistic analysis of rhetorical change. Lesley Jeffries 3 Multiculturalism and the emergence of 'community cohesion'. Paul Thomas 4 Class and Individualisation within post compulsory Education and training. James Avis 5 Social justice and time: the impact of public sector reform on the work of midwives in the National Health Service (NHS). Valerie Bryson and Ruth Deery 6 Promoting social justice, perpetuating social injustice? New Labour and disabled people. Anne Chappell and Chris Gifford 7 An alternative model for social justice and empowerment from the perspective of families with disabled children. Pamela Fisher 8 New Labour and Northern Ireland: delivering peace, prosperity and social justice? Catherine McGlynn and James W. McAuley 9 Colonising law for the poor: access to justice in the new regulatory state. Peter Sanderson and Hilary Sommerlad Findings and conclusions. Valerie Bryson and Pamela Fisher -- .
Valerie Bryson is Professor of Politics at the University of Huddersfield Pamela Fisher is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Huddersfield
This edited collection presents a comprehensive overview of how social justice was expressed by New Labour across the period 1997-2010." "An accessible collection, each chapter introduces the reader to the topic under discussion with a descriptive overview before going into more specific detail and arguments. -- .