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  • 1. NEW LABOUR IDEOLOGY SOURCES
  • 2. Introduction 3 main sources Neoliberalism Communtarianism Ethical socialism
  • 3. Neoliberalism New Labour – maintain macroeconomic stability as a basis for sustainable growth – control public expenditure in line with projected growth targets Neoliberal approach reflected in: ………………………………………………… ………………………………………………… …………………………………….
  • 4. Communitarianism New Labour – individuals owe something to the community ie. Individuals should be encouraged to give something back to society which has nourished them 1990s – Will Hutton – stakeholder society- importance of community,reciprocity,and belonging Examples of New Labour’s communitarianism: ………………………………………………………… ………………………………
  • 5. Ethical socialism More concerned with community citizenship and social justice compared to democratic socialists who advocate equality Accepts the need for the private sector in the delivery of public services – pragmatic approach towards the means – best solution Individuals must be encouraged to take responsibility for their own lives than to rely on the state to create opportunities and eliminate social inequality