1. Introduction: Contested Perspectives on Vulnerability: Which Groups Are Vulnerable and Why? 2. Beyond Public Services: The Era of New Public Populism 3. The Impact of Brexit on Vulnerability: Using a Theoretical Lens of Transnational and Local Linkages 4. Vulnerability A Collective or Individual/Agency Issue? Has Vulnerability Replaced Community Safety in the UK and Are We Stigmatising the Individual? 5. Responding to Vulnerability in Practice- Ambulance, Police and Fire and Rescue Services 6. Professional Vulnerability in the UK Public Sector: The Social Work Operational Environment 7. Virtually Vulnerable: Why Digital Technology Challenges the Fundamental Concepts of Vulnerability and Risk 8. Relational Pressure and Policing Vulnerable Populations in China 9. UK Immigration Policy: Asylum Seeker and Refugee Vulnerability 10. Responding to Ageing Demographics: A Positive View From a Public Administration and Public Policy Perspective 11. The Important Voices of Care Experienced People in Relation to Services 12. Lesson Drawing for Theory, Policy and Practice: Developing a Future Research Agenda
Gareth David Addidle is a Senior Lecturer in Policing at Teesside University, UK, where he teaches on the undergraduate and postgraduate Policing and Criminology programmes.
Joyce Liddle is Professor of Public Leadership and Enterprise, Director of Research and KE, Newcastle BS, Northumbria, UK.