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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Symposium: The Social Security Controversy--Has the Solution Become the Problem? - pp. 510
  • The Social Security Controversy and the 1983 Amendments - BRUNO STEIN - pp. 512
  • The Social Security Controversy: Does The Solution Ignore The Problem? - MARTIN B. TRACEY - pp. 527
  • Services for Battered Women - DECKY FIELDER, KATHARINE HOOPER BRIAR, MARIANNE PIERCE - pp. 540
  • Anticipatory Socialization Towards Occupational Retirement - YAEL KRENER, ITZHAK HARPAZ - pp. 558
  • Some Principles of Decision Making Under Uncertainty in Long Term Treatment Situations - JULIUS A. ROTH - pp. 585
  • Income and Personal Resources: Correlates of Psychological Adjustment to Widowhood - MARTHA N. OZAWA, SUSAN WHITELAW DOWNS, DANIEL FRIGO - pp. 598
  • Professional Retention of BSW Social Workers: Planned and Actual Career Choices - PAUL R. RAFFOUL, JAMES G. MCCULLAGH - pp. 611
  • Student Racial Attitudes and Perceptions of Causal Events at Entry to Graduate Social Work Education - LARRY E. DAVIS, ENOLA K. PROCTOR - pp. 623
  • Social Workers as Magistrates or JPs? - DONALD E. MAYPOLE - pp. 639
  • Moving From Professionalism to Political Advocacy in the Human Services--How to Organize a Successful Statewide Political Effort in Youth Services - MILAN J. DLUHY - pp. 654
  • The Relative Effectiveness of Legislative Campaigning in a School of Social Work - L. K. NORTHWOOD, MIKE PARKER - pp. 684
  • Slicing the Pie: Classes and the Distributive Effects of Post-WWII U.S. Governmental Fiscal Policies - JOEL A. DEVINE - pp. 714

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Contradictions of the Welfare State - CLAUS OFFE - Reviewed by PAUL ADAMS - pp. 743
  • The Rank and File Movement in Social Work - RICK SPANO - Reviewed by LESLIE LEIGHNINGER - pp. 746
  • Women and Public Policies - JOYCE GELD - Reviewed by SUSAN MEYERS CHANDLER - pp. 748

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