TABLE OF CONTENTS
- AN OPPORTUNITY LOST: THE FAILURE OF THE MICHIGAN COMMISSION ON DEATH AND DYING - Joseph Ellin
- THE RETURN TO FAMILY INTERVENTION IN YOUTH SERVICES: A JUVENILE JUSTICE CASE STUDY - Gordon Bazemore and Susan Day
- POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN SOCIAL WELFARE: A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS - Valire Carr Copeland and Sandra Wexler
- RESEARCHING SOCIAL NETWORKS IN ACTION - C. Kenneth Banks and J. Marshall Mangan
- CONSTRUCTING AN ECOLOGY OF FOSTER CARE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE ENTRY AND EXIT RATES OF FOSTER HOMES - Lorna F Hurl and David J. Tucker
- FAMILY FUNCTIONING AND MIGRATION: CONSIDERATIONS FOR PRACTICE - Amith Ben-David
BOOK REVIEW AND VIDEO ESSAY
- To Render a Life: Let us Now Praise Famous Men and the Documentary Vision. Reviewed by David R. Simon, U.C. Berkeley & San Diego State University
- The Content of our Character Shelby Steele. Reviewed by R.L. McNeely, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- Sociological Theory: From the 1950s to the Present. Richard Munch. Reviewed by Michael D. Frimes, Louisiana State University.
- The Decomposition of Sociology. Irving Louis Horowitz. Reviewed by William W. Falk, University of Maryland.
- Dead Artists Live Theories. Stanley Aronowitz. Reviewed by John W. Murphy, University of Miami.
- Kinship with Strangers: Adoption and Interpretations of Kinship in American Culture. Judith S. Modell. Reviewed by Dorina N. Novle, Louisiana State University.
- Classical Sociological Theory. Jonathan H. Turner. Reviewed by Valerie A. Haines, The University of Calgary.
- Small Group Research: A Handbook. A. Paul Hare, Herbert H. Blumberg, Martin F. Davies and Valerie Kent. Reviewed by Kenneth E. Reid, Western Michigan University.
- Families in Troubled Times: Adapting to Change in Rural America. Rand D. Conger and Glen H. Elder.
- Contemporary Urban Sociology. William G. Flannagan.
- The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Sociology. Gordon Marshall (Ed.).
- Durkheim's Philosophy of Socience and the Sociology of Knowledge: Creating an Intellectual Niche. Warren Schmaus.
- Paths to Homelessness: Extreme Poverty and the Urban Housing Crisis. Doug A. Timmer, D. Stanley Eitzen and Kathryn D. Talley.
- The Frankfurt School: Its History, Theories and Political Significance. Rolf Wiggershaus.
"Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare Vol. 22, No. 3 (September 1995),"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 22:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol22/iss3/1
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