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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • EDITORIAL - Bob Leighninger
  • ESCAPING POVERTY AND BECOMING SELF-SUFFICIENT - Richard K. Caputo
  • SUCCESSFUL ADAPTATION OF IMMIGRANTS FROM THE FORMER SOVIET UNION TO PROJECT RENEWAL NEIGHBORHOODS - Haya Itzhaky
  • THE FRAMING OF POLITICAL ADVOCACY AND SERVICE RESPONSES IN THE CRIME VICTIM RIGHTS MOVEMENT - Frank J. Weed
  • CONCEIVING IDENTITY: BISEXUAL, LESBIAN AND GAY PARENTS CONSIDER THEIR CHILDREN'S SEXUAL ORIENTATIONS - Carrie Yang Costello
  • A MAN WITHOUT A JOB IS A DEAD MAN: THE MEANING OF WORK AND WELFARE IN THE LIVES OF YOUNG MEN - Kathleen A. Kost
  • MOVING ALONG: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF HOMELESS WOMEN WITH CHILDREN USING A TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM - Sondra J. Fogel
  • THE CLASS POLITICS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - John P. McKendy
  • DEBUNKING: A ROLE FOR THE PRACTICING SOCIOLOGIST - Harris Chaiklin
  • SYMPOSIUM ON SOCIAL WELFARE HISTORY THE SOCIAL UNIT PLAN (1916-1920): AN EXPERIMENT IN DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN SERVICES FAILS - Robert Blundo
  • AFRICAN AMERICAN FACILITIES FOR DEPENDENT AND DELINQUENT CHILDREN IN CHICAGO (1900-1920): THE LOUISE JUVENILE SCHOOL AND THE AMANDA SMITH SCHOOL - Anne Meis Knupfer
  • THE LEGACY OF MCCARTHYISM ON SOCIAL GROUP WORK: AN HISTORICAL ANALYSIS - Janice Andrews and Michael Reisch

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