This paper reports on the current nature of the interplay between the Danish Welfare State and the family in catering to the needs of individuals living in Denmark. The researcher findings show that the Danish welfare state offers basic social services such as child-care, health and education. However, the effectiveness of the social service provision was augmented when families served as a link between the service providers, and service receivers.
Jinnah, John 2008
"The Role of the Family in Denmark: Shared Responsibilities between the Family and the State in Social Service Provision,"
Colgate Academic Review: Vol. 1
, Article 11.
Available at: https://commons.colgate.edu/car/vol1/iss1/11