TABLE OF CONTENTS
- THE POVERTY OF HARD WORK: MULTIPLE JOBS AND LOW WAGES IN FAMILY ECONOMIES OF RURAL UTAH HOUSEHOLDS - Christina E. Gringeri
- FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INTEGRITY - Joshua Miller
- GROUP WORK'S PLACE IN SOCIAL WORK: A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS - Janice Andrews
- THE IMPACT OF PRIVATIZED MANAGEMENT IN URBAN PUBLIC HOUSING COMMUNITIES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PERCEIVED CRIME, NEIGHBORHOOD PROBLEMS, AND PERSONAL SAFETY - Stan L. Bowie
- SERVING THE HOMELESS: EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HOMELESS SHELTER SERVICES - George M. Glisson, Robert L. Fischer, and Bruce A. Thyer
- THE ROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN RECLAIMING HUMAN CAPITAL - Allison Zippay
- ADOLESCENCE AND OLD AGE IN TWELVE COMMUNITIES - Pranab Chatterjee, Darlyne Bailey, and Nina Aronoff
- A TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF WELFARE BENEFITS ON EARNINGS - Michael Anthony Lewis
- CONNECTING PERSONAL BIOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL HISTORY: WOMEN CASINO WORKERS AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY - Jill B. Jones and Susan Chandler
- THE NATIONAL DOMESTIC WORKERS UNION AND THE WAR ON POVERTY - Elizabeth Beck
- Family Experience with Mental Illness. Richard Tessler and Gail Gamache. Reviewed by James W. Callicutt
- The Course of Gay and Lesbian Lives: Social and Psychoanalytical Perspectives. Betram J. Cohler and Robert M. Galatzer-Levy. Reviewed by Ronald J. Mancoske
- The Gender Division of Welfare: The Impact of British and German Welfare States. Mary Daly. Reviewed by Rebecca A. Van Voorhis
- Care Work: Gender, Labour and the Welfare State. Madonna Harrington Meyer (Ed.). Reviewed by Diana M. Johnson
- New Arenas for Community Social Work Practice with Urban Youth: Use of the Arts, Humanities, and Sports. Melvin Douglas. Reviewed by Julian Chow
- Risk, Trust, and Welfare. Peter Taylor Gooby (Ed.)
- Paths to Success: Beating the Odds in American Society.
- Charles C. Harrington and Susan K. Boardman
- Robbing Drug Dealers: Violence Beyond the Law. Bruce A. Jacobs
- Visions of Charity: Volunteer Workers and Moral Community. Rebecca Anne Allahyari
- Declarations of Dependency: The Civic Republican Tradition in U.S. Poverty Policy. Alan F. Zundel
"Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare Vol. 28, No. 4 (December 2001),"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 28
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol28/iss4/1
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