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Abstract

SPECIAL ISSUE: BEYOND THE NUMBERS: HOW THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN CHALLENGE THE "SUCCESS" OF WELFARE REFORM

  • INTRODUCTION - Mary Gatta and Luisa S. Deprez
  • WOMEN'S LIVES AND POVERTY: DEVELOPING A FRAMEWORK OF REAL REFORM FOR WELFARE - Mary Gatta and Luisa S. Deprez
  • LONG-TERM TANF PARTICIPANTS AND BARRIERS TO EMPLOYMENT: A QUALITATIVE STUDY IN MAINE - Sandra S. Butler, Janine Corbett, Crystal Bond and Chris Hastedt
  • DROPPED FROM THE ROLLS: MEXICAN IMMIGRANTS, RACE, AND RIGHTS IN THE ERA OF WELFARE REFORM - Alejandra Marchevsky and Jeanne Theoharis
  • WELFARE AND FAMILY ECONOMIC SECURITY: TOWARD A PLACE-BASED POVERTY KNOWLEDGE - Deborah A. Harris and Domenico Parisi
  • TRACKING THE TRANSITION FROM WELFARE TO WORK - Cynthia Needles Fletcher, Mary Winter, and An-Ti Shih
  • THE UNTOLD STORY OF WELFARE FRAUD - Richelle S. Swan, Linda L. Shaw, Sharon Cullity, Joni Halpern, Juliana Humphrey, Wendy M. Limbert, and Mary Roche
  • LOST IN APPALACHIA: THE UNEXPECTED IMPACT OF WELFARE REFORM ON OLDER WOMEN IN RURAL COMMUNITIES - Debra A. Henderson and Ann R. Tickamyer
  • "IT'S ALL ONE BIG CIRCLE": WELFARE DISCOURSE AND THE EVERYDAY LIVES OF URBAN ADOLESCENTS - Staci T. Lowe

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  • Citizenship and Those Who Leave: The Politics of Emigration and Expatriation. Nancy L. Green and Francois Weil, Editors. Reviewed by Miriam Potocky.
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BOOK NOTES

  • The Promise of Welfare Reform. Keith M. Kilty and Elizabeth Segal.
  • Human Behavior and the Social Environment: Models, Metaphors, and Maps for Applying Theoretical Perspectives to Practice. James Forte.
  • Understanding Social Inequality. Tim Butler and Paul Watt.
  • Tearing Down the Gates: Confronting the Class Divide in American Education. Peter Sacks.
  • The First Year Out: Understanding American Teens After High School. Tim Clydesdale.
  • America Transformed: Globalization, Inequality and Power. Gary Hytrek and Kristine M. Zentgraf.
  • Blame Welfare, Ignore Poverty and Inequality. Joel F. Handler and Yeheskel Hasenfeld.
  • Social Security between Past and Future: Ambonese Networks of Care and Support. Franz von Benda Beckmann and Kebeet von Benda-Beckmann.
  • The Europeanization of Social Protection. Jon Kvist and Juho Saari, Editors.
  • Busier Than Ever: Why American Families Can't Slow Down. Charles N. Darrah, James M. Freeman and J. A. English-Leuck.

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