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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • "CURIOUSLY UNINVOLVED": SOCIAL WORK AND PROTEST AGAINST THE WAR IN VIETNAM - Susan Kerr Chandler
  • LEGISLATING THE FAMILY: HETEROSEXIST BIAS IN SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY FRAMEWORKS - Amy Lind
  • EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMMUNITY RESIDENTS' ECONOMIC STATUS AND THE OUTCOMES OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS - Christopher R. Larrison, Eric Hadley-Ives
  • THE BENEFITS OF MARRIAGE RECONSIDERED - Barbara Wells, Maxine Baca Zinn
  • MEASURING AND INDIGENIZING SOCIAL CAPITAL IN RELATION TO CHILDREN'S STREET WORK IN MEXICO: THE ROLE OF CULTURE IN SHAPING SOCIAL CAPITAL
  • INDICATORS - Kristin M. Ferguson
  • THE WELFARE MYTH: DISENTANGLING THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF POVERTY AND WELFARE RECEIPT FOR YOUNG SINGLE MOTHERS - Thomas P. Vartanian, Justine M. McNamara
  • ADOPTION IN THE U.S.: THE EMERGENCE OF A SOCIAL MOVEMENT - Frances A. DellaCava, Norma Kolko Phillips and Madeline H. Engel
  • INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND USE OF WELFARE SERVICES AMONG CALIFORNIA WOMEN - Rachel Kimerling, Nikki Baumrind
  • CLEAVAGE IN AMERICAN ATTITUDES TOWARD SOCIAL WELFARE - William M. Epstein

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Assessing Outcomes in Child and Family Services: Comparative Design and Policy Issues. Anthony N. Malucchio, Cinzia Canali and Tiziano Vecchiato (Eds.) Reviewed by Sherill Clark.
  • Why I Burned My Book and Other Essays on Disability. Paul K. Longmore. Reviewed by Juliet Rothman.
  • Western Welfare in Decline: Globalization and Women's Poverty. Catherine Kingfisher. Reviewed by Silvia Borzutsky.
  • Newcomers to Old Towns: Suburbanization of the Heartland. Sonya Salamon. Reviewed by Joseph Deering.
  • Crime, Control and Social Justice: A Delicate Balance. Darnell F Hawkins, Samuel L. Meyers, Jr. and Randolph N. Stone (Eds.). Reviewed by Elizabeth Pomeroy.
  • The Persistence of Poverty in the United States. Garth L. Mangum, Stephen L. Mangum and Andrew M. Sum. The Two-income Trap: Why Middle Class Mothers and Fathers are Going Broke. Elizabeth Warren and Amelia Warren Tyagi. Reviewed by James Midgley.

BOOK NOTES

  • Seasons Such as These: How Homelessness Took Shape in America. Cynthia J. Bogard.
  • Social Work and Aging in an Aging Society: Education, Policy, Practice and Research. Barbara Berkman and Linda Harootyan (Eds.).
  • Drugs, Alcohol and Social Problems. James D. Orcut and David R. Rudy (Eds.).
  • Regressive Taxation and the Welfare State: Path Dependence and Policy Diffusion. Junko Kato.
  • Public Pensions: Gender and Civic Service in the States, 1850-1937. Susan M. Sterett.

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