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Calling Citizens to a Moral Way of Life: A Dutch Example of Moralized PoliticsThis article offers a sociological analysis of the moral revisions that accompany welfare state reforms in the Netherlands. It is argued that Dutch welfare state reforms after the Cold War rely on moral discourses in particular and moral language in general to legitimize and effectuate policy measures. The Dutch reformers have been pursuing a set of strategies of moralization designed to adjust the Dutch welfare statedoi:10.2478/v10023-010-0035-7 fatcat:hvfuwzaukbc2th5r7itmbym6dm