Welfare reform, neighborhood, social values, social capital, collective efficacy, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency, personal and family sustainability, neighborhood programs, multiservice center


This article will analyze the role of the neighborhood in making welfare reform possible. It will consider the neighborhood and its environment as a context for welfare reform, the influence of neighborhood conditions and effects, recent neighborhood theory building, the neighborhood as a source of relevant values, and finally neighborhood programs that contribute to welfare reform.

Off-campus users:

You may need to log in to your campus proxy before being granted access to the full-text above.