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Volume 29, Issue 4 (2002) December
Different Types of Welfare States? A Methodological Deconstruction of Comparative Research
Rebecca A. Van Voorhis
From Social Work to Human Services
"For Their Own Good?": Sex work, social control and social workers, a historical perspective
Exploratory Research in Public Social Service Agencies: As Assessment of Dissemination and Utilization
Teresa Dal Santo, Sheryl Goldberg, Pamela Choice, and Michael J. Austin
Health Services Social Workers' Activities with People with Disabilities: Predicters of Community Practice
Richard L. Beaulaurier
Open for Business: Exploring the Life Stages of Two Canadian Street Youth Shelters
Assets and Neighboring: An Exploration into Household Assets and Efforts to be a Good Neighbor
Not in My Social World: A Cultural Analysis of Media Representations, Contested Spaces, and Sympathy for the Homeless
James A. Forte
The Road not Taken: A History of Radical Social Work in the United States. Michael Reisch and Janice Andrews
Evaluating Welfare Reform in an Era of Transition. Robert A. Moffitt and Michele Ver Ploeg (Eds.).
The Principles of Social Policy. Robert E Drake, and Welfare Theory: An Introduction. Tony Fitzpatrick.
The New Poverty Studies: The Ethnography of Power, Politics and Impoverished People in the United States. Judith Goode and Jeff Maskovsky (Eds.).
Review of Love's Revolution: Interracial Marriage. Maria P. Root. Reviewed by Dianne Rush Woods.
Dianne Rush Woods
Review of Preserving Privilege: California Politics, Propositions, and People of Color. Jewelle Taylor Gibbs and Teiahsha Bankhead. Reviewed by Devon Brooks.
Review of Balancing Family-Centered Services and Child Well-Being: Exploring Issues in Policy, Practice, Theory, and Research. Elaine Walton, Patricia Sandau-Beckler and Marc Mannes (Eds.). Reviewed by Sherrill J. Clark.
Sherrill J. Clark
Review of Children, Family and the State: Decision-making and Child Participation. Nigel Thomas. Reviewed by Eileen Munro.
Review of HIV, AIDS, and the Law. Donald T. Dickson. Reviewed by Ronald J. Mancoske.
Ronald J. Mancoske