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From the 1960s onwards, women have been involved in naming the power relations which operate within particular family forms and which are premised upon male authority (often underpinned by the use of violence) and women’s economic dependence. Putting it simply, they exploded the notion that all within the family were equal in terms of access to resources and speaking rights and opened the way for what has been called the ‘democratisation of everyday life’ (Giddens, 1992). This has involved a questioning of what was often taken for granted in terms of the division of labour within the private sphere and also a challenging of economic and emotional settlements which were premised on duty and self-sacrifice on the part of women.
In 2003, most children’s services in relation to care, protection and education were located in this department and a minister for Children and Young People was appointed for the first time. A Cabinet Committee for Children and Young People, set up in July 2000, and the Children and Young Person’s Unit have also been integrated into this department. FAMILY POLICY 41 Discussion To recap briefly on arguments rehearsed in Chapter 1, the key elements of a discourse around social investment are premised upon a belief that whilst the old welfare state sought to protect people from the market, a social investment state seeks to facilitate the integration of people into the market.
Finally, the most significant messages for policy-makers from this discussion are assessed. In particular, it considers Daniel and Ivatts’ (1998) claim that the new paradigm poses a central challenge to social policies that are directed specifically at children – which are currently justified primarily in terms of their effect upon the future potential of the children concerned. Whilst a ‘social investment state’ is future-oriented, alternative approaches counsel the importance of seeing children as ‘beings’ rather than as ‘becomings’, and as people to be valued in their own right in the present rather than 17 18 CONTEMPORARY CHILD CARE POLICY AND PRACTICE in terms of their potential as adults (Hutchinson and Charlesworth, 2000, pp.