Volume 42, Issue 1 (2015) March
Editor's Note:Two articles authored by David Stoesz have appeared in our recent September and December issues: "The Consolidation of the Secondary Financial Services Market" in September (41.3), and "Are Payday Loans Really Evil? Controversy, Regulation, and Innovation in the Secondary Financial Services Market" in December (41.4). These articles focused on various aspects of the secondary financial services market. The author has been employed as a consultant by a representative of the Alternative Financial Services industry in recent years. While the Journal has no reason to believe that this relationship had a substantial influence on the content of the articles, some may consider it to be a conflict of interest. In the interest of full disclosure, Dr. Stoesz asked that these facts be known to readers.
Successful Approaches to Ending Female Genital Cutting
Kay Young McChesney
The 47 Percent: U.S. Trends in Income Maintenance and Medicaid Spending, 1990-2011
Elgin Mannion and Gordon C. Chang
Understanding Fringe Economic Behavior: A Bourdieusian-informed Meta-ethnography
Peter A. Kindle PhD, CPA, LMSW and Mary Caplan
Tactical Decision-Making: Community Organizers Describe Ethical Considerations in Social Action Campaigns
Donna Hardina, Matthew A. Jendian, and Catherine G. White
Relieving Human Suffering: Compassion in Social Policy
Mary E. Collins, Sarah Garlington, and Kate Cooney
Differences in Experiences of Racial and Ethnic Microaggression among Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Black, and White Young Adults
Shandra Forrest-Bank and Jeffrey Jenson
Review of Social Protection, Economic Growth and Social Change: Goals, Issues and Trajectories in China, India, Brazil and South Africa. James Midgley and David Piachaud (Eds.). Reviewed by Tanusha Raniga.
Review of Creating Positive Systems of Child and Family Welfare: Congruence with the Everyday Lives of Children and Parents. Gary Cameron, Marshall Fine, Sarah Maiter, Karen Frensch, and Nancy Freymond (Eds.). Reviewed by David Tobis.
- Robert D. Leighninger, Jr.