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Volume 28, Issue 3 (2001) September - Special Issue: Evaluation of TANF
The Impact of the Economy and Welfare Policy on Welfare Accessions: Implications for Future Reforms
Vicky N. Albert and William C. King
The Transition from AFDC to PRWORA in Florida; Perceptions of the Role of Case Manager in Welfare Reform
Adela Beckerman and Leonard Fontana
A New Perspective on Families that Receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Christopher R. Larrison, Larry Nackerud, and Ed Risler
The Historical Uniqueness of the Clinton Welfare Reforms: A New Level of Social Misery?
An Exploration into Individual Development Accounts as an Anti-Poverty Strategy
Timothy G. Reutebuch
Assets, Future Orientation, and Well-Being: Exploring and Extending Sherraden's Framework
Marcia Shobe and Deborah Page-Adams
Mental Health Needs of TANF Recipients
Layne K. Stromwall
The Other Side of the Desk: Former Welfare Recipients Who Now Work for "The System."
Cheryl Cheek and Kathleen W. Piercy
The Ins and Outs of Welfare-to-Work: Women as They Enter and Exit a Nursing Assistant Employment and Training Program
Private Food Assistance in a Small Metropolitan Area: Urban Resources and Rural Needs
Joseph J. Molnar, Patricia A. Duffy, LaToya Claxton, and Conner Bailey
Using TANF Sanctions to Increase High School Graduation
Ronald Harris, Loring Jones, and Daniel Finnegan
Review of Black Working Wives: Pioneers of the American Family Revolution. Bart Landry. Review by Tracey Mabrey
Review of Children as Partners in Health: A Critical Review of the Child-to-Child Approach. Pat Pridmore and David Stephens. Review by Terri Combs-Orme
Review of The Politics of Gay Rights. Craig A. Rimmerman, Kenneth D. Wald, Clyde Wilcox (Eds.). Review by John F. Longres
John F. Longres
Review of Loving across the color line: A White Adoptive Mother Learns About Race. Sharon E. Rush. Review by Jill Duerr Berrick
Jill Duerr Berrick
Review of Back to Middletown: Three Generations of Sociological Reflections. Rita Caccamo. Review by Robert D. Leighninger Jr.
Robert D. Leighninger Jr.