Socialni liberalizem

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Socialni Liberalizem je prepričanje, da bi liberalizem moral vključevati socialno pravičnost. To se razlikuje od klasičnega liberalizma, saj meni, da mora država imeti legitimno vlogo za reševanje gospodarskih in socialnih vprašanjih, kot so brezposelnost, zdravstveno varstvo, izobraževanje in hkrati širiti državljanske pravice. Pod socialnim liberalizmom mora biti dobrobit skupnosti obravnavati kot skladna s svobodo posameznika[1] Socialne liberalne politike so bile široko sprejete v velik del kapitalističnega sveta, predvsem po drugi svetovni vojni.[2] Socialne liberalne ideje in stranke se po navadi štejejo kot sredinske ali levo-sredinske.[3][4][5] [6][7]

Reference[uredi | uredi kodo]

Generalne
  • Adams, Ian. Political ideology today. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-7190-6019-2
  • De Ruggiero, Guido. The history of European liberalism. Boston: Beacon Press, 1959.
  • Faulks, Keith. Political sociology: a critical introduction. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1999. ISBN 0-7486-1356-0
  • Feuchtwanger, E.J. Democracy and empire: Britain 1865-1914. London: Edward Arnold Publishers Ltd., 1985. ISBN 0-7131-6162-0
  • Richardson, James L. Contending liberalisms in world politics. London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 2001. ISBN 1-55587-915-2
  • Slomp, Hans. European politics Into the twenty-first century: integration and division. Westport: Praeger Publishers, 2000. ISBN 0-275-96814-6
Specifične
  1. ^ The history of European liberalism (1959), Guido De Ruggiero, pp. 155–157
  2. ^ Fauks, Keith. Political Sociology: A Critical Introduction. Edinburgh University Press, 1999, page 73
  3. ^ Adams, Ian (2001). Political Ideology Today (Politics Today). Manchester: Manchester University Press. ISBN 0719060206. 
  4. ^ Slomp, Hans (2000). European Politics Into the Twenty-First Century: Integration and Division. Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 0275968146. 
  5. ^ César, Cansino; Gellner, Ernest; Merquior, José Guilherme; César Cansino (1996). Gellner, Ernest; César Cansino, ur. Liberalism in Modern Times: Essays in Honour of Jose G. Merquior. Budapest: Central European University Press. ISBN 185866053X. 
  6. ^ Hombach, Bodo (2000). The politics of the new centre. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 9780745624600. 
  7. ^ Richard E. Matland, Kathleen A. Montgomery (2003). Women's access to political power in post-communist Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-924685-4.