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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • DIFFERENT TYPES OF WELFARE STATES? A METHODOLOGICAL DECONSTRUCTION OF
  • COMPARATIVE RESEARCH - Rebecca A. Van Voorhis
  • FROM SOCIAL WORK TO HUMAN SERVICES - David Stoesz
  • "FOR THEIR OWN GOOD?": SEX WORK, SOCIAL CONTROL, AND SOCIAL WORKERS, A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE - Sephanie Wahab
  • EXPLORATORY RESEARCH IN PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES: AS ASSESSMENT OF DISSEMINATION AND UTILIZATION - Teresa Dal Santo, Sheryl Goldberg, Pamela Choice, and Michael J. Austin
  • HEALTH SERVICES SOCIAL WORKERS' ACTIVITIES WITH PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES: PREDICTERS OF COMMUNITY PRACTICE - Richard L. Beaulaurier
  • OPEN FOR BUSINESS: EXPLORING THE LIFE STAGES OF TWO CANADIAN STREET YOUTH SHELTERS - Jeff Karabanow
  • ASSETS AND NEIGHBORING: AN EXPLORATION INTO HOUSEHOLD ASSETS AND EFFORTS TO BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR - Tim Reutebuch
  • NOT IN MY SOCIAL WORLD: A CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS, CONTESTED SPACES, AND SYMPATHY FOR THE HOMELESS - James A. Forte

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Love's Revolution: Interracial Marriage. Maria P. Root. Reviewed by Dianne Rush Woods.
  • Preserving Privilege: California Politics, Propositions, and People of Color. Jewelle Taylor Gibbs and Teiahsha Bankhead. Reviewed by Devon Brooks.
  • Balancing Family-Centered Services and Child Well-Being: Exploring Issues in Policy, Practice, Theory, and Research. Elaine Walton, Patricia Sandau-Beckler and Marc Mannes (Eds.). Reviewed by Sherrill J. Clark.
  • Children, Family and the State: Decision-making and Child Participation. Nigel Thomas. Reviewed by Eileen Munro.
  • HIV, AIDS, and the Law. Donald T. Dickson. Reviewed by Ronald J. Mancoske.
  • Consumption and Social Welfare: Living Standards and Their Distribution in the United States. Daniel T. Slesnick. Reviewed by Sondra G. Beverly.

BOOK NOTES

  • The Road not Taken: A History of Radical Social Work in the United States. Michael Reisch and Janice Andrews
  • Welfare Reform: Failures and Remedies. Alvin L. Schorr
  • Evaluating Welfare Reform in an Era of Transition. Robert A. Moffitt and Michele Ver Ploeg (Eds.).
  • The Principles of Social Policy. Robert E Drake, and Welfare Theory: An Introduction. Tony Fitzpatrick.
  • The New Poverty Studies: The Ethnography of Power, Politics and Impoverished People in the United States. Judith Goode and Jeff Maskovsky (Eds.).

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