Now that all over the western world the Welfare State is presenting the bill, the social security system as we know it begins to weigh down more and more heavily on our national economies. And this pressure has af‐fected our attitude towards it, and even the way we talk about it. Terms like ‘disability’ and ‘unemployment’ are no longer primarily associated with human suffering: they have become matters of facts and figures. The days are long past when the position of the disabled arid the unem‐ployed belonged to the domain of the social worker only; his concern is now shared by the economist and the politician, though perhaps not for quite the same reasons.
Woelders, H. (1990), "TELEWORK: NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE HANDICAPPED UNEMPLOYED WORKERS", International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 10 No. 4/5/6, pp. 176-180. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb013110Download as .RIS
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