Connecting with Canadians
One Discourse, Three Dialects: Changing the Social Model in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States
The fourth Social Architecture Paper is the work of Roxanne M. Pawlick and Family Network Research Associate, Sharon M. Stroick. These researchers provide a very detailed comparative policy analysis of the three "liberal welfare regimes" usually treated as most similar to Canada, that is, the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom. In addition to a narrative analysis of the ways these three countries have altered their social models, the research report provides a unique set of comparative inventory tables of the specific programs in place in each country.
Release Date: 23 Jan 2004
News Release: Ambitious Project Tackles New Social Architecture for Canada