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During 2003, 24 probation orders were issued for minors and 92 for adults. As a young behavioural science, social policy still generates a good deal of debate and discussion. The current state of urban poverty in the United States is by far one of the biggest issues the country has to face nowadays. ICTU (2009) argue that, to protect jobs and tackle unemployment, Ireland needs to adopt an Irish model of ‘flexicurity’ based on a Nordic or Danish vision of social economic recovery but ‘modified’ for Irish conditions.

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Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (February 25, 1971)

ISBN: 0236176617

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