Issue Editor - Dr. ELIZAJETH HUTTMAN, Dept. of Sociology, CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY – HAYWARD
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Introduction, pp 115
- Social Research On Housing in the United States: Direction and Themes - SHIRLEY S. ANGRIST, pp 117
- Relocation of Vancouver's Chinatown Residents Under Urban Renewal - RICHARD NAMM, pp 125
- New Towns and Social Welfare Prospects: 1975-2000 AD - ARTHUR B. SHOSTAK, pp 131
- Operational Problems of New Communities - CHESTER C. McGUIRE, pp 136
- Gemeinschaft vs. Gesellschaft in a Finnish New Town - STANLEY F. WISEMAN, pp 141
- Alternative Methods of Providing Services For the Elderly In Independent and Semi-Independent Living Arrangements - ELIZABETH HUTTMAN, pp 153
- Social Equality and the Housing Allowance Approach to Assist the Poor – ELIZABETH HUTTAAN, JOHN TIUTTMAN, pp 157
- Condominium Housing: Some Social and Economic Implications - FRANK G. MITTELBACH, JOE EBIN, pp 170
- Residential Alienation, Home Ownership and the Limits of Shelter Policy - PETER MARCUSE, pp 182
- Environmental Influences on Decisions Regarding Structure and Function of Homes For the Aged - JORDAN I. KOSBERG, pp 204
- Social Service and Urban Renewal: A Case Illustration - BRIAN J. LANGDON, NORMAN N. GOROFF, pp 216
- The Impact of Urban Removal From A Child's Point of View - L.K. NORTHWOOD, pp 224
- OMISSION: Bibliography from "The Convergence of the Interactionist and Behavioral Approaches" by Kirk and Gambrill From VOLUME III NO. 1, SEPTE:MBER, 1975, pp. 241
"Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare Vol. 3, No. 2 (November 1975),"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 3:
2, Article 1.
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