SOCIAL WORK : SOCIAL ADMINISTRATION : PUBLIC ASSISTANCE : POVERTY : SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS : RESEARCH GUIDES : SUBJECT GUIDES: Social Work and Poverty

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SOCIAL ISSUES :

 

POVERTY :

 

ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION:

 

Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person

    

    Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person

    Posted: 05/08/2014 12:57 pm EDT

    Updated: 09/03/2014 11:59 am EDT

    Gina Crosley-Corcoran

    Huffington Post

 

http://tinyurl.com/n953e3h

   

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Poverty

 

FROM National Association of Social Workers

    

https://www.socialworkers.org/pressroom/features/issue/poverty.asp

 

https://www.socialworkers.org/diversity/new/poverty.asp

   

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Social Work, Poverty and Economic Injustice

 

FROM The Social Work Policy Institute

    

    Poverty

    Organizations Engaged in Poverty Research

    Research References

    Social Work Research In The News – Poverty

 

http://www.socialworkpolicy.org/research/poverty.html

   

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Welfare’s Effect on Poverty FROM Wikipedia

    

    Contents

 

    1 Proponents of welfare reducing poverty

    1.1 Table of welfare effect on poverty reduction

    1.2 Table of poverty levels pre and post welfare

    2 Opponents of welfare reducing poverty

    3 Public opinion

    4 See also

    5 Notes

    6 References

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Welfare%27s_effect_on_poverty

   

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Poverty in the United States, Social Welfare vs the Market FROM Poverties.org

    

http://www.poverties.org/poverty-in-the-united-states.html

   

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Market failure From Wikipedia

    

    Contents

 

    1 Categories

    1.1 The nature of the market

    1.2 The nature of the goods

    1.2.1 Non-excludability

    1.2.2 Externalities

    1.3 The nature of the exchange

    1.3.1 Bounded rationality

    1.3.2 Coase theorem

    1.3.3 Property rights as rights of control

    2 Interpretations and policy examples

    3 Objections

    3.1 Public choice

    3.2 Austrian

    3.3 Marxian

    4 See also

    5 References

    6 External links

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Market_failure

   

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Poverty in the United States Frequently Asked Questions

 

FROM National Poverty Center

    

    How does the United States measure poverty?

    How many people were poor in 2010?

    How has poverty changed over time?

    How does poverty differ across subgroups?

    How many children live in poverty?

    How does the poverty rate vary under alternative definitions?

 

http://www.npc.umich.edu/poverty/

   

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REPORT :

 

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENT:

 

Poverty In America: Consequences for Individuals and the Economy

GAO-07-343T: Published: Jan 24, 2007. Publicly Released: Jan 24, 2007.

    

“In 2005, 37 million people, approximately 13 percent of

the total population, lived below the poverty line, as defined

by the Census Bureau. Poverty imposes costs on the nation

in terms of both programmatic outlays and productivity

losses that can affect the economy as a whole. To better

understand the potential range of effects of poverty, GAO

was asked to examine (1) what the economic research tells

us about the relationship between poverty and adverse

social conditions, such as poor health outcomes, crime,

and labor force attachment, and (2) what links economic

research has found between poverty and economic growth.

To answer these questions, GAO reviewed the economic

literature by academic experts, think tanks, and government

agencies, and reviewed additional literature by searching

various databases for peer-reviewed economic journals,

specialty journals, and books. We also provided our draft

report for review by experts on this topic.

 

Economic research suggests that individuals living in poverty

face an increased risk of adverse outcomes, such as poor

health and criminal activity, both of which may lead to

reduced participation in the labor market. While the

mechanisms by which poverty affects health are complex,

some research suggests that adverse health outcomes can

be due, in part, to limited access to health care as well as

greater exposure to environmental hazards and engaging in

risky behaviors. For example, some research has shown that

increased availability of health insurance such as Medicaid

for low-income mothers led to a decrease in infant mortality.

Additionally, exposure to higher levels of air pollution from

living in urban areas close to highways can lead to acute

health conditions. Data suggest that engaging in risky

behaviors, such as tobacco and alcohol use, a sedentary

life-style, and a low consumption of nutritional foods, can

account for some health disparities between lower and

upper income groups. The economic research we reviewed

also points to links between poverty and crime. For example,

one study indicated that higher levels of unemployment are

associated with higher levels of property crime. The

relationship between poverty and adverse outcomes for

individuals is complex, in part because most variables, like

health status, can be both a cause and a result of poverty.

These adverse outcomes affect individuals in many ways,

including limiting their development of the skills, abilities,

knowledge, and habits necessary to fully participate in the

labor force. Research shows that poverty can negatively

affect economic growth by affecting the accumulation of

human capital and rates of crime and social unrest. Economic

theory has long suggested that human capital–that is, the

education, work experience, training, and health of the

workforce–is considered one of the fundamental drivers of

economic growth. The conditions associated with poverty

can work against this human capital development by limiting

individuals’ ability to remain healthy and develop skills, in turn

decreasing the potential to contribute talents, ideas, and even

labor to the economy. An educated labor force, for example, is

better at learning, creating and implementing new technologies.

Economic theory suggests that when poverty affects a significant

portion of the population, these effects can extend to the society

at large and produce slower rates of growth. Although historically

research has focused mainly on the extent to which economic

growth alleviates poverty, some recent empirical studies have

begun to demonstrate that higher rates of poverty are associated

with lower rates of growth in the economy as a whole. For example,

areas with higher poverty rates experience, on average, slower per

capita income growth rates than low-poverty areas.”

 

Link to Full Report in More Information

 

http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-07-343T

 

Full Report

 

http://www.gao.gov/assets/120/115212.pdf

   

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REPORT : SOURCE LINKS: Social Work, Poverty and Economic Injustice

 

FROM University of New England

    

http://tinyurl.com/oq6fr4g

   

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ARTICLE: From the Director: Social Work’s Poverty Imperative

 

FROM National Association of Social Workers NASW News

 

By Elizabeth J. Clark, Ph.D., ACSW, MPH

    

“If we look beyond our own country, the statistics are grimmer yet.

More than 1 billion children live in poverty. That’s one in two children

in the world. Almost half the world lives on less than $2.50 per day.

If you apply the concept of absolute poverty (defined by the World

Bank as living on less than $1 per day) the total figure might sound

a bit better, but it still sounds abject and desperate.

 

Is it any wonder that 22,000 people die as a result of poverty each day?

That totals 8 million people a year, many of them children.

 

As a profession, we have been dealing with poverty since social work

began. Many social workers staff agencies or NGOs focused on providing

food, shelter, and other basic necessities for those in need. Many more

social workers volunteer their time at shelters, food kitchens, churches

and other places in their communities to help address these growing

concerns. These efforts are repeated daily by social workers around the

world.

 

What can be done about poverty? Is there more that we, as individuals,

can do? Is there more that the profession of social work can do and

ought to do? Can we write more letters to newspapers, organize

community town halls, meet with our legislative representatives, and

urge our government to meet our national financial commitment to

other countries?

 

Yes to all of these. But perhaps 2011 is the year the social work

profession declares its own war on poverty. If we did, what would that

war look like? What strategies would we use? How would we know we

were making a difference? “

 

http://www.naswdc.org/pubs/news/2011/01/poverty-imperative.asp

   

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ARTICLE: Which Social Work Jobs Help Family Poverty?

 

FROM Chron.com

    

    Direct Practice Social Workers

    Researchers

    Community Development Workers

    International Social Work

 

http://work.chron.com/social-work-jobs-family-poverty-18627.html

 

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Of Related Interest:

 

Which Job Is Better, Business Administration or Social Work?

 

http://work.chron.com/job-better-business-administration-social-work-26710.html

   

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Welfare Programs Shown to Reduce Poverty in America FROM The Guardian

    

    Pew Charitable Trusts imagines an America without social welfare programs

 

    More than 45 million Americans are currently living in poverty

 

    Without social security, the poverty rate for Americans

    65 and older would jump nearly 40%

 

    The benefits cliff: when minimum wage increases backfire on people in need

 

    Why aren’t food stamps an issue in midterm elections?

 

    Food stamps: why recipients are haunted by stigmas and misconceptions

 

http://tinyurl.com/lczs2ub

   

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Welfare and Poverty FROM National Conference of State Legislatures

    

    Restrictions on Use of Public Assistance EBT Cards

    NCSL’s Forum and Meeting of the Standing Committees

    Child Support and Family Law Database

    Drug Testing and Public Assistance

    Overview | Welfare and Poverty

 

http://www.ncsl.org/research/human-services/welfare-and-poverty.aspx

   

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DOCUMENT: Does Equality Matter? Poverty, social work and

making a difference in health. Mark Drakeford School of the

Social Sciences University of Cardiff Cabinet health and social

policy adviser Welsh Assembly Government

    

http://tinyurl.com/k37xwx8

   

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REPORT: Various Supports for Low-Income Families Reduce Poverty

and Have Long-Term Positive Effects On Families and Children

 

FORM Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

 

By Arloc Sherman, Danilo Trisi, and Sharon Parrott[1] July 30, 2013

    

Federal assistance lifts millions of people, including children,

out of poverty and provides access to affordable health care.

 

Programs like SNAP (food stamps), the EITC and CTC, and

Medicaid support millions of low-income workingfamilies and help promote work.

 

Researchers have identified long-term payoffs to programs like SNAP, EITC,

early childhood education, and Pell Grants.

 

Assistance Programs Reduce Poverty and Number of Uninsured

 

Safety Net Supports Working Families and Promotes Work

 

Refundable Tax Credits

 

Medicaid

 

SNAP

 

Child Care Assistance

 

Safety Net Has Weakened for the Very Poorest Families with Children

 

Programs Improve Long-Term Outcomes, Particularly for Children

 

Emerging Research on Connections Among Poverty,

High Levels of Stress, and Child Outcomes

 

    Conclusion

 

    Various safety net programs provide important assistance to

struggling families, help ensure that low-income individuals have

access to affordable health care, and provide increased educational

opportunities to low-income students. These efforts reduce poverty

and hardship and promote work in the short run. They also

contribute to more positive educational, health, and employment

outcomes in the longer run.

 

http://www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3997

   

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BOOKS: Social Work and Poverty: A Critical Approach

    

    Social Work and Poverty: A Critical Approach

    Author Parrott, Lester

    Publisher Policy Press, 2013

    ISBN 1447307968, 9781447307969

    Length 224 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/n7wbflp

   

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ARTICLE :

 

HISTORY :

 

WOMEN:

 

Women, Settlements, and the Redefinition of Poverty

 

By Jerry D. Marx, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of New Hampshire,

Department of Social Work, Durham, NH 03824

 

FROM The Social Welfare History Project

    

    Abstract

 

This article uses primary source documents from the mid 1800s to the

early 1900s to discuss women’s roles in the re-conceptualization

of poverty in America. It studies the belief drawn from colonial

religion that poverty was a result of personal immorality and traces the

changing public perception through the turn of the 20th century.

The view of poverty that evolved, a conceptualization based in the

social research of women settlement house leaders, was one that also

considered environmental contributors to individual poverty, thus

redefining poverty as a multi-dimensional social problem. This

conceptualization has prevailed in America and continues to inform

settlement houses, community multi-service centers, neighborhood

development, and other efforts to promote social welfare.

 

    Introduction

 

Since the late 1800s, settlement houses in America have allowed

people of different backgrounds and socioeconomic statuses to

participate in activities and learn basic skills with the support of others

from their communities. American settlements and the women who led

them were not just the result of the Progressive Era in U.S. history; they

were a defining force in the Progressive reform agenda. In the process,

America gained a multi-dimensional perspective on poverty, one that

continues to inform settlement houses, community multi-service centers,

 neighborhood development, and other efforts to promote social welfare.

 

    Mid-19th Century Views on Poverty

 

    The Emergence of Settlements and a New View of Poverty

 

    The Legacy: Today’s Settlements and Poverty

 

    Reference List

 

http://www.socialwelfarehistory.com/eras/women-settlements-and-poverty/

   

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E-BOOKS : FULL TEXT ONLINE:

 

The Role of Social Work in Poverty Reduction and the Realisation

of Millennium Development Goals in Uganda

 

Janestic Mwende Twikirize Narathius Asingwire

Julius Omona Rosalind Lubanga Agatha Kafuko

    

    Introduction

    Study Approach and Methodology

    Profiles of Agencies and Study Participants

    Social Work, Poverty and Millennium

    Development Goals

    The Nature of Social Work Practice

    Social Work Education and Training

    Contextualisation of Social Work

    Perspectives on Gender, Poverty and Social Development

    Strengthening the Role of Social Work in Social Development

 

http://www.appear.at/fileadmin/icm/appear/projects/project26/Book_web.pdf

   

 

 

Poverty and Politics: Evaluating Public Assistance in Japan

 

Ulrike Schaede Kuniaki Nemoto

 

Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies

 

University of California, San Diego

    

” Literature on Asian, and in particular Japanese, welfare

policies deals mostly with pensions and health care.

As a result, we know very little about poverty relief in these

countries. Japan, the most affluent Asian country, is

often hailed as a poster child of “welfare capitalism”.

However, when it comes to public assistance, Japan is

in fact a laggard. We introduce the basic features of

Japan’s public assistance program, and analyze what

explains variations in both public spending on poverty

relief, and the system coverage (the number of recipients

of poverty relief) over time. We find that, unlike other

“welfare nations”, Japan does not have a quasi-automatic,

institutionalized response to changes in social and economic

distress of its citizens. Rather, spending and coverage vary

over time and are significantly influenced by the number of

seats held by the Liberal Democratic Party in the Diet.

We conclude that politics matter more than poverty relief

per se in Japan’s public assistance program.”

 

http://irps.ucsd.edu/assets/004/5352.pdf

   

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LINKS: Social Welfare Payments and Work

 

FROM Citizen’s Information (IRELAND)

    

http://tinyurl.com/pt7ae5c

   

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STATISTICS :

 

UNITED STATES:

 

Poverty Status & Public Assistance Support Sources

 

FROM U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. National Longitudinal Surveys

    

    Family Poverty Status (1978-2010)

    Family Poverty Level (1979, 1987-2010)

    Public Assistance Support Sources (1979-2010)

    Table 1. Sources of Public Assistance Support: 1979-2010 NLSY79

    Poverty Characteristics of Respondent’s County

    1979-2004)/SMSA of Residence (1979-82)

    Value of Food Stamps

    Welfare Reform Questions in 1996

    Comparison to Other NLS Cohorts

 

http://tinyurl.com/odsj4xe

   

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99 Great Organizations Confronting Poverty and Hunger

 

FROM MSWonlineprograms.org

 

http://mswonlineprograms.org/poverty-hunger/

   

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NEWS ARTICLE:

 

Fewer People Getting Public Assistance Even as Poverty Rises

 

FROM By Catherine Candisky The Columbus Dispatch •

 

Tuesday July 22, 2014 1:06 PM

    

http://tinyurl.com/qbn8qtf

   

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ARTICLE: Social Welfare in South Africa: Curing or Causing Poverty?

 

by Rebecca Potts , American University

    

http://psujia.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/social_welfare_final.pdf

   

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STATISTICS :

 

SCOTLAND:

 

Social and Welfare – Income and Poverty Statistics

 

http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Statistics/Browse/Social-Welfare/IncomePoverty

   

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REPORT :

 

RESEARCH:

 

Fast Food, Poverty Wages: The Public Cost of Low-Wage Jobs

in the Fast-Food Industry

 

FROM University of California Berkeley.

 

Poverty Center

     

    Main Findings

 

More than half (52 percent) of the families of front-line fast-food

workers are enrolled in one or more public programs, compared to

25 percent of the workforce as a whole.

 

The cost of public assistance to families of workers in the fast-food

industry is nearly $7 billion per year.

 

At an average of $3.9 billion per year, spending on Medicaid and

the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) accounts for

more than half of these costs.

 

Due to low earnings, fast-food workers’ families also receive an

annual average of $1.04 billion in food stamp benefits and $1.91

billion in Earned Income Tax Credit payments.

 

People working in fast-food jobs are more likely to live in or near

poverty. One in five families with a member holding a fast-food job

has an income below the poverty line, and 43 percent have an

income two times the federal poverty level or less.

 

Even full-time hours are not enough to compensate for low wages.

The families of more than half of the fast-food workers employed 40

or more hours per week are enrolled in public assistance programs.

 

    Contents

 

    Executive Summary

    Executive Summary

    Introduction

  1. Data Sources and Methods
  2. Findings

    III. Policy Implications

    Appendix A: Methodology

    Appendix B: Trends in Major U.S. Public Benefits Programs

    Appendix C: State-Level Estimates for Famillies of Fast-Food Workers

    Endnotes

    Related Reports

 

http://tinyurl.com/pw4l9eh

   

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REPORT :

 

STATISTICS:

 

Characteristics of Low-Income Single Mothers

Disconnected from Work and Public Assistance

 

Pamela Loprest and Austin Nichols

 

FROM Urban Institute

    

http://tinyurl.com/pr44goz

   

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PAPER: Eradication of Poverty, Social Welfare Policies in India:

Initiatives and Policy Implications

    

    Eradication of Poverty, Social Welfare Policies in India:

    Initiatives and Policy Implications

    Valmiki Rama Krishna

    Tumkur University – Department of Political Science

    Rudrappa Shashidhar

    Tumkur University – Department of Studies & Research in Business Administration

    January 26, 2014

    OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 06, No. 08, pp. 79-86, 2013

 

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2385608

   

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Spending on Social Welfare Programs in Rich and Poor States

 

Final Report July 2004

 

Prepared for: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

 

Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation

    

    Contents

 

    Executive Summary

 

    Key Findings (in PDF – 20 pages)

 

    Chapters

 

    Introduction

    Policy Context

    Research Questions

    Review of Related Iterature

    Trends in Spending on Social Welfare Programs

    Measuring Fiscal Capacity

    Determinants of Social Welfare Spending

    Approach

    Overview

    Fifty-State Analysis

    Overview of Analysis

    Overview of Data Sources and How the Data Were Used

    Site Visits

    Purpose

    Approach

    Selection of Poor States

    Integrated Analysis Between Econometric Model and Site Visit Data

    Findings and Results

    Historical And Cross-State Perspective: Trends And Patterns

    State Fiscal Capacity and Average Spending on Social Welfare

    Changes Over Time

    Overall Results Of Econometric Analysis

    Results for All States

    Results by Quartile

    Cyclical Models

    State Effects: Long-Run Differences in State Spending on Social Welfare

    Conclusions from Econometric Analysis

    A Closer Look at Poor States

    Differences Among the Six Poor States Selected for Case Studies

    Recent State Spending Patterns and State Fiscal Crises

    The State Fiscal Crisis and Low Fiscal Capacity States

    Recent Changes in Spending on Health Care: Medicaid

    Recent Changes in Spending: TANF Benefits

    Changes in Non-health Social Services: TANF “Non-assistance,”

    Child Care, Child Welfare, and Others

    Influences on Spending and Explanations of State Differences

    Medicaid

    Cash Assistance

    Non-Health Social Services

    Conclusions

    Final Observations and Conclusions

 

    References

 

    Appendix A (Only available in PDF format.

    Contact ASPE for a printed copy or for accessibility assistance.)

 

    Appendix B

 

    Tables

 

    Exhibit II-1. State and Local Government Spending by

    Detailed Item, FY 2000 (in billions)

    Exhibit III-1. States by Fiscal Capacity Quartile

    Exhibit III-10. Regression Coefficient Estimates for All States

    Exhibit III-11. Regression Coefficient Estimates

    Exhibit III-12. Coefficient Estimates Showing Impact of State

    Unemployment Rate Without Year Dummies

    Exhibit III-13. Overall State Effects for Regression Model

    Exhibit III-15. Correlations Between State Effects for Different

    Types of Social Welfare Spending

    Exhibit IV-1. State Effects for Six States Selected for Site Visits,

    Based on Estimates from Spending Data, 1977-2000

    Exhibit IV-3. Changes in State Tax Revenues, 1998-2003,

    Standardized Such That Revenues in SFY 2001 = 100

    Exhibit IV-10. Indicators of Health Industry Size and Reliance

    on Medicaid in Six Poor States

    Exhibit IV-12. Agency Responsibilities for Major Program Areas

    in the Six Poor States

 

http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/social-welfare-spending04/index.htm#TOC

   

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No, We Don’t Spend $1 trillion on Welfare Each Year

 

(Cato Institute “Think Tank” Libertarian Propaganda Debunked)

 

FROM By Mike Konczal January 12, 2014 The Washington Post

    

“If you are reading that second line quickly, you probably

think it bolsters the credibility of the first line. It’s an “official”

number, and the census and the report probably quote accurate

numbers too, night? They do, but the second sentence is actually

used as an escape hatch to say something that isn’t true.

We don’t spend anywhere near a trillion dollars on welfare unless

you mangle the term “welfare” to be meaningless, and we do

 reduce poverty.

 

First, Dylan Matthews has already dissected the claim that poverty

hasn’t declined. It has. It’s just that the “official” poverty rate doesn’t

factor in the earned-income tax credit or food stamps in its calculations.

Given that these are two of the most direct ways that the government

tries to lift people out of poverty, that’s a major problem. These

programs do, in fact, lift people out of poverty–it just doesn’t show

up in the official rate, because that’s how the rate is constructed.

 

The claim about $1 trillion on “welfare” is more interesting and

complicated. It shows up in this recent report from the Cato Institute,

which argues that the federal government spends $668 billion dollars

per year on 126 different welfare programs (spending by the state and

local governments push that figure up to $1 trillion per year).”

 

Link to More About the Cato Institute in More Information

 

http://tinyurl.com/kdkaqyq

 

More About the Cato Institute

 

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Net-Gold/search/messages?query=cato%20institute

 

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http://tinyurl.com/mn2ggj4

   

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ARTICLE: Designing a Social-Welfare Safety Net that Supports

Low-Income Workers.

 

Author: Sandfort, Jodi R.

 

FROM The University of Minnesota. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA)

    

“The operation of social-welfare systems continues to focus

on documenting program eligibility through reams of paperwork,

delivering employment services through a maze of contracts,

and providing other services through piecemeal public

investments that need to be supplemented with charitable efforts.

To improve upon these antiquated systems of social-welfare

delivery, new practices of public governance that use a purposeful

approach to system design, relying upon careful analysis and

deployment of networks of public and private organizations,

need to be employed to address important societal problems.

This article uses such an approach to think through viable design

options for social-welfare system reform consistent with the policy

goal of making work pay for low-income citizens. This work is

informed by both a three-year research project that investigated

two networks of nonprofit organizations providing human services

in Minnesota, and the author’s professional experience within

philanthropy, where private funders are working with new

institutions as critical, intermediary partners to enhance service

delivery for low-income Americans. The article describes current

social-welfare service-delivery structures shaped by federal and

state policy to implement cash assistance, work support, and

other social services for the poor, and then illustrates how

purposeful public investment could create and leverage

network-wide resources to improve social-welfare delivery.”

 

http://www.cura.umn.edu/publications/catalog/reporter-40-1-2

   

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Poverty FROM Black Demographics.org

    

“According to the 2012 U.S. Census Bureau American Community

Survey The poverty rate for all African Americans in 2012 was 28.1%

which is an increase from 25.5% in 2005. Actually the poverty rate

increased between 2005 and 2012 for every demographic of African

Americans except those ages 65 and over who experienced a decrease

from 21.2% to 19%. Black families with children under 18 headed by

a single mother have the highest rate of poverty at 47.5 compared to

only 8.4% percent of married-couple Black families.”

 

http://blackdemographics.com/households/poverty/

   

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VIDEOS: Grand Challenges in Social Work – Poverty

and the Empowerment of Women:

Lessons from Developing Countries for the US

 

FROM Berkeley Social Welfare

    

http://vimeo.com/62111966

   

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ARTICLE: Why Are People Homeless?

 

Published by the National Coalition for the Homeless, July 2009

    

    Foreclosure

    Poverty

    Eroding Work Opportunities

    Decline in Public Assistance

    Housing

    Other Factors

    Conclusion

    References

 

http://www.nationalhomeless.org/factsheets/why.html

   

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LINKS: Homelessness FROM Social Work Policy Institute

    

“Social workers in a variety of positions will likely provide services

to this diverse population at some point in time. It is therefore

important to be equipped with the information necessary to

understand and address the needs of these individuals. To that end,

this Web site provides resources on research pertinent to issues

faced by social workers. These include journal articles, papers

presented at a national symposium, and descriptions of

organizations that provide research findings and further

information. The following links will take you specific resources:

 

    The 2007 National Symposium on Homelessness Research

    Research Articles

    Web Resources”

 

http://www.socialworkpolicy.org/research/homelessness.html

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Scholar

    

 (“social work” OR “social welfare” OR “social administration”

OR “public assistance”) AND (poverty OR “low income”

OR socioeconomic OR “poor people” OR homeless OR homelessness)

 

http://tinyurl.com/otkh4lj

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Scholar Law Cases

 

http://tinyurl.com/qhluhxn

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Books

 

http://tinyurl.com/nav2u7v

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Blog Search WHILE IT LASTS

 

http://tinyurl.com/mumdnpv

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Images

 

http://tinyurl.com/mpuyx6z

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Videos

 

http://tinyurl.com/kxnn33u

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Domain Limited Web Search

(GOV)

 

http://tinyurl.com/psv7prn

   

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Social Work and Poverty Sources

 

FROM Google Domain Limited Web Search

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BOOKS: Core Themes In Social Work:

Power, Poverty, Politics And Values:

    

    Core Themes In Social Work:

    Power, Poverty, Politics And Values:

    Author Sheedy, Martin

    Publisher McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2013

    ISBN 0335244556, 9780335244553

    Length 128 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/ponddlv

   

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BOOKS: Cheating Welfare:

Public Assistance and the Criminalization of Poverty

     

    Cheating Welfare:  

    Public Assistance and the Criminalization of Poverty

    Author Kaaryn S. Gustafson

    Publisher NYU Press, 2011

    ISBN 0814733395, 9780814733394

    Length 240 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/o3vsv3u

   

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BOOKS: Social Work and Poverty

    

    Social Work and Poverty

    Author Lester Parrott

    Publisher Policy Press, 2013

    ISBN 1447307941, 9781447307945

    Length 167 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/kxu4bvm

   

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BOOKS: The Professionalization of Poverty:

Social Work and the Poor in the Twentieth Century

    

    The Professionalization of Poverty:

    Social Work and the Poor in the Twentieth Century

    Modern Applications of Social Work

    Editors Gary R. Lowe, P. Nelson Reid

    Publisher Transaction Publishers

    ISBN 1412832047, 9781412832045

    Length 179 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/myjjnld

   

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BOOKS: Social Welfare: Fighting Poverty and Homelessness

    

    Social Welfare: Fighting Poverty and Homelessness

    Information Plus Reference Series

    Volume 9 of Information Plus Reference:

    Social Welfare: Fighting Poverty & Homelessness

    Information series on current topics

    Author Melissa J. Doak

    Publisher Gale, 2009

    ISBN 1414433824, 9781414433820

    Length 176 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/ohfeua8

   

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BOOKS: Social Work Perspectives on Poverty

    

    Social Work Perspectives on Poverty

    Editor Rishi Ram Singh

    Contributor Association of Schools of Social Work in India

    Publisher Concept Publishing Company, 1980

    Length 304 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/o4n4h4a

   

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BOOKS: Poverty and Political Culture:

The Rhetoric of Social Welfare in the Netherlands and France, 1815-1854

    

    Poverty and Political Culture:

    The Rhetoric of Social Welfare in the Netherlands and France, 1815-1854

    Author Frances Gouda

    Publisher Rowman & Littlefield, 1995

    ISBN 0847679349, 9780847679348

    Length 275 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/p7dpxpn

   

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BOOKS: International Social Work: Issues, Strategies, and Programs

    

    International Social Work: Issues, Strategies, and Programs

    Authors David Cox, Manohar S. Pawar

    Edition illustrated

    Publisher SAGE, 2006

    ISBN 1412914086, 9781412914086

    Length 415 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/pdwnkcp

   

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BOOKS: Shaming-effect in Public Assistance for Poverty:

Social Policy Comparison of South Korea and Japan

    

    Shaming-effect in Public Assistance for Poverty:

    Social Policy Comparison of South Korea and Japan

    Author Nicola Jo

    Publisher University of Oxford, 2009

    Length 80 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/kusg2uo

   

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BOOKS: U.S. Social Welfare Reform:

Policy Transitions from 1981 to the Present

    

    U.S. Social Welfare Reform:

    Policy Transitions from 1981 to the Present

    International Series on Consumer Science

    Author Richard K. Caputo

    Publisher Springer Science & Business Media, 2011

    ISBN 1441976744, 9781441976741

    Length 308 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/muqfzta

   

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BOOKS: Poverty, Inequality and Social Welfare in Australia

    

    Poverty, inequality and social welfare in Australia

    Contributions to economics

    Author David Thomas Johnson

    Publisher Physica-Verlag, 1996

    ISBN 379080942X, 9783790809428

    Length 185 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/kz8nyoo

   

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BOOKS: Social Welfare Policy and Social Programs:

A Values Perspective

    

    Social Welfare Policy and Social Programs: A Values Perspective

    Author Elizabeth Segal

    Edition 2

    Publisher Cengage Learning, 2009

    ISBN 0495604194, 9780495604198

    Length 368 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/q36yegk

   

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BOOKS: Poverty and Social Welfare

    

    Poverty and Social Welfare, Volume 1

    The Wellesley Series

    Editor David Gladstone

    Contributor David Gladstone

    Publisher Routledge, 1996

    ISBN 0415137462, 9780415137461

    Length 1600 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/ow9vmjd

   

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BOOKS: Social Work Practice with Low-Income, Urban,

African-American Families

    

    Social work practice with low-income, urban,

    African-American families

    Authors Melvyn Raider, Mary Beth Pauline-Morand

    Editors Melvyn Raider, Mary Beth Pauline-Morand

    Publisher Edwin Mellen Press, 1998

    ISBN 0773483063, 9780773483064

    Length 162 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/p7hg3uk

   

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BOOKS: Child Poverty in Ireland

    

    Child Poverty in Ireland

    Author Brian Nolan

    Publisher Combat Poverty Agency, 2000

    ISBN 1860761836, 9781860761836

 

http://tinyurl.com/o9c5trc

   

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BOOKS: Professional Social Work in East Africa:

Towards Social Development, Poverty Reduction and Gender Equality

    

    Professional Social Work in East Africa:

    Towards Social Development, Poverty Reduction and Gender Equality

    Editors Spitzer, Helmut, Twikirize, Janestic M.

    Publisher Fountain Publishers, 2014

    ISBN 9970253670, 9789970253678

    Length 418 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/muperze

   

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BOOKS: The Price of Poverty: Money, Work, and

Culture in the Mexican American Barrio

    

    The Price of Poverty: Money, Work, and

    Culture in the Mexican American Barrio

    Author Daniel Dohan

    Publisher University of California Press, 2003

    ISBN 0520937279, 9780520937277

    Length 314 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/l2js268

   

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BOOKS: Social Welfare, Fighting Poverty and Homelessness

    

    Social Welfare, Fighting Poverty and Homelessness

    Information Plus reference series

    Information series on current topics

    Author Melissa J. Doak

    Contributors Thomson Gale (Firm), Information Plus (Firm : Wylie, Tex.)

    Publisher Thompson Gale, 2009

 

http://tinyurl.com/ow42fds

   

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BOOKS: Social Work and Social Justice: A Structural Approach to Practice

    

    Social Work and Social Justice: A Structural Approach to Practice

    Author Colleen Lundy

    Publisher University of Toronto Press, 2004

    ISBN 1442601078, 9781442601079

    Length 282 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/lkzy4sq

   

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BOOKS: A Framework for Understanding Poverty

    

    A Framework for Understanding Poverty

    Author Ruby K. Payne

    Edition 4, illustrated

    Publisher Aha! Process, 2005

    ISBN 1929229488, 9781929229482

    Length 199 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/mvhyblf

   

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BOOKS: One Nation, Underprivileged : Why American Poverty Affects Us All

    

    One Nation, Underprivileged : Why American Poverty Affects Us All

    Author George Warren Brown School of Social Work

    Washington University Mark Robert Rank Herbert S. Hadley

    Professor of Social Welfare

    Publisher Oxford University Press, 2004

    ISBN 0198026188, 9780198026181

    Length 368 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/l23pcqt

    

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BOOKS: Understanding the Nature of Poverty in Urban America

    

    Understanding the Nature of Poverty in Urban America

    Author James Jennings

    Contributors William Monroe Trotter Institute,

    Boston Foundation’s Persistent Poverty Project

    Edition illustrated

    Publisher Greenwood Publishing Group, 1994

    ISBN 0275949842, 9780275949846

    Length 209 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/noavh85

   

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BOOKS: New Perspectives on Poverty: Policies, Programs, and Practice

    

    New Perspectives on Poverty: Policies, Programs, and Practice

    Authors Elissa D. Giffords, Karen R. Garber

    Publisher Lyceum Books, Incorporated, 2014

    ISBN 1935871528, 9781935871521

    Length 539 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/poh7z6l

   

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BOOKS: Ordinary Poverty: A Little Food and Cold Storage

    

    Ordinary Poverty: A Little Food and Cold Storage

    Labor in crisis

    Author William DiFazio

    Publisher Temple University Press, 2006

    ISBN 1592134580, 9781592134588

    Length 220 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/ngcmzyq

   

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BOOKS: In the Shadow of the Poorhouse:

A Social History of Welfare in America

    

    In the Shadow of the Poorhouse:

    A Social History of Welfare in America

    Author Michael B. Katz

    Edition revised

    Publisher Basic Books, 1996

    ISBN 0465024521, 9780465024520

    Length 410 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/kxmucfj

   

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BOOKS: The Feminization of Poverty: Only in America?

    

    The Feminization of Poverty: Only in America?

    Issue 117 of Contributions in women’s studies

    Authors Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg, Eleanor Kremen

    Publisher ABC-CLIO, 1990

    ISBN 0313390266, 9780313390265

    Length 248 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/n4nkev3

   

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BOOKS: Divided Opportunities:

Minorities, Poverty and Social Policy

    

    Divided Opportunities: Minorities, Poverty and Social Policy

    Environment, Development and Public Policy:

    Public Policy and Social Services

    Environment, development, and public policy /

    Public policy and social services

    Plenum Series on Stress and Coping

    Public policy and social services

    Editors Gary D. Sandefur, Marta Tienda

    Contributor University of Wisconsin–Madison.

    Institute for Research on Poverty

    Edition illustrated

    Publisher Springer Science & Business Media, 1988

    ISBN 0306428768, 9780306428760

    Length 279 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/p9uzoft

   

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BOOKS: Social Europe: Living Standards and Welfare States

    

    Social Europe: Living Standards and Welfare States

    Editors Richard Berthoud, Maria Iakōvou

    Publisher Edward Elgar Publishing, 2004

    ISBN 1781956588, 9781781956588

    Length 277 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/pvxsz88

   

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BOOKS: Mothers in Poverty: A Study of Fatherless Families

    

    Mothers in Poverty: A Study of Fatherless Families

    Author Louis Kriesberg

    Publisher Transaction Publishers

    ISBN 020236741X, 9780202367415

 

http://tinyurl.com/k2w9qvu

   

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BOOKS: Poverty, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth in Asia:

Measurement, Policy Issues, and Country Studies

    

    Poverty, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth in Asia:

    Measurement, Policy Issues, and Country Studies

    The Anthem-Asian Development Bank Series

    Editor Juzhong Zhuang

    Publisher Anthem Press, 2010

    ISBN 0857288067, 9780857288066

    Length 492 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/n3g6uau

   

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BOOKS: Poor Women in Rich Countries:

The Feminization of Poverty Over the Life Course

    

    Poor Women in Rich Countries:

    The Feminization of Poverty Over the Life Course

    Editor Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg

    Publisher Oxford University Press, 2009

    ISBN 0199718202, 9780199718207

    Length 352 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/le3jkw9

   

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BOOKS: Poverty, Community and Development:

A Report on the Issues of Social Policy that Have Arisen

in the Work of the Nine Projects of the Second European

Programme to Combat Poverty, 1985-1989

    

    Poverty, Community and Development:

    A Report on the Issues of Social Policy that Have Arisen in the Work

    of the Nine Projects of the Second European    

    Programme to Combat Poverty, 1985-1989

    Issue 4 of Research report series

    Compiled by Barry Cullen

    Publisher Combat Poverty Agency, 1989

    ISBN 1871643066, 9781871643060

    Length 80 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/pdzsb8f

   

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BOOKS: A Dream Deferred:

How Social Work Education Lost Its Way and What Can Be Done

    

    A Dream Deferred:

    How Social Work Education Lost Its Way and What Can Be Done

    Authors David Stoesz, Howard Jacob Karger, Terry E. Carrillo

    Publisher Transaction Publishers, 2011

    ISBN 1412843154, 9781412843157

    Length 239 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/klyk73e

   

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BOOKS: Urban Poverty in China

    

    Urban Poverty in China

    Contributor Fulong Wu

    Publisher Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010

    ISBN 1849803560, 9781849803564

    Length 272 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/mhbbfdt

   

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BOOKS: Poverty, Social Exclusion and Holidaying:

Towards Developing Policy in Ireland

    

    Poverty, Social Exclusion and Holidaying:

    Towards Developing Policy in Ireland

    Working paper series (Ireland. Combat Poverty Agency) 08/01

    Working paper series ; 08/01

    Authors Bernadette Quinn, Kevin A. Griffin, Jane Stacey

    Edition illustrated

    Publisher Combat Poverty Agency, 2008

    ISBN 1905485549, 9781905485543

    Length 214 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/ogpw53d

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: What Do We Know about Child Neglect?

A Critical Review of the Literature and its Application to Social Work Practice

    

    What do we know about child neglect?

    A critical review of the literature and its application to social work practice

    Author: Tanner, Karen

    Journal: Child & family social work

    ISSN: 1356-7500 Date: 02/2003

    Volume: 8 Issue: 1 Page: 25 – 34

    DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2206.2003.00267.x

 

http://tinyurl.com/kvly247

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Poverty and Population: Approaches and Evidence

    

    Poverty and Population: Approaches and Evidence

    Author: Rodgers G

    Source: Geneva, Switzerland, International Labour Office [ILO], 1984. 213 p.

 

“Abstract: The complex relationship between population

growth and poverty is examined by comprehensively and

critically reviewing existing literature on the subject and

by developing a new international model to describe the

 interrelationship.”

 

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Abstract from Popline and Source of the quotation above.

   

http://www.popline.org/node/406649

 

Search Results of the title of this monograph

 

FROM Google Scholar

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Non-School Correlates of Dropout:

An Integrative Review of the Literature

    

    Non-school correlates of dropout:

    An integrative review of the literature

    Author: Rosenthal, Beth Spenciner

    Journal: Children and youth services review

    ISSN: 0190-7409 Date: 06/1998

    Volume: 20 Issue: 5 Page: 413 – 433

    DOI: 10.1016/S0190-7409(98)00015-2

 

http://tinyurl.com/nkabxqs

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Consequences of Adolescent Pregnancy/Parenting

A Review of the Literature

    

    Consequences of Adolescent Pregnancy/Parenting

    A Review of the Literature

    Author: Corcoran, Jacqueline

    Journal: Social work in health care

    ISSN: 0098-1389 Date: 04/1998

    Volume: 27 Issue: 2 Page: 49 – 67

    DOI: 10.1300/J010v27n02_03

 

http://tinyurl.com/nb7ycq6

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Psychotherapeutic Interventions for Depressed,

Low-Income Women: A Review of the Literature

    

    Psychotherapeutic interventions for depressed,

    low-income women: A review of the literature

    Author: Levy, Lauren B.

    Journal: Clinical psychology review

    ISSN: 0272-7358 Date: 12/2010

    Volume: 30 Issue: 8 Page: 934 – 950

    DOI: 10.1016/j.cpr.2010.06.006

 

http://tinyurl.com/nb7ycq6

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Depression Among Women on Welfare:

A Review of the Literature.

    

    Lennon, M. C., Blome, J., & MPHIL, M.

    (2002).

    Depression among women on welfare:

    A review of the literature.

    JAMWA, 57(1), 27-32.

 

http://tinyurl.com/od9t6pc

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Eradicating Domestic Violence

in the African American Community:

A Literature Review and Action Agenda

    

    Eradicating Domestic Violence in the African American Community:

    A Literature Review and Action Agenda

    Author: BENT-GOODLEY, T. B.

    Journal: Trauma, violence & abuse

    ISSN: 1524-8380 Date: 10/2001

    Volume: 2 Issue: 4 Page: 316 – 330

    DOI: 10.1177/1524838001002004003

 

http://tinyurl.com/qyjxtbx

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Marriage and the Economic Well-Being

of Families with Children:

A Review of the Literature.

    

    Lerman, R. I.

    (2002).

    Marriage and the economic well-being of families with children:

    A review of the literature.

 

http://tinyurl.com/o5d8uw6

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: The Effect of Polygamous Marital Structure

on Behavioral, Emotional, and Academic Adjustment in Children:

A Comprehensive Review of the Literature

    

    The effect of polygamous marital structure

    on behavioral, emotional, and academic adjustment in children:

    A comprehensive review of the literature

    Author: Elbedour, Salman

    Journal: Clinical child and family psychology review

    ISSN: 1096-4037 Date: 2002

    Volume: 5 Issue: 4 Page: 255 – 271

    DOI: 10.1023/A:1020925123016

 

http://tinyurl.com/njx8gkw

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: The Impact of Exposure to Domestic Violence on Children

and Young People: A Review of the Literature

    

    The impact of exposure to domestic violence on children

    and young people: A review of the literature

    Author: Holt, Stephanie

    Journal: Child abuse & neglect

    ISSN: 0145-2134 Date: 08/2008

    Volume: 32 Issue: 8 Page: 797 – 810

    DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2008.02.004

 

http://tinyurl.com/ohmngfy

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Low Income Youth in Urban Areas:

A Critical Review of the Literature

    

    Low Income Youth in Urban Areas: A Critical Review of the Literature

    Issue 2071 of Cooperative research project

    Authors Bernard Goldstein, Barbara Steinberg, Harry Charles Bredemeier

    Publisher Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1967

    Length 280 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/opetss2

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Service Use among Low-Income Minority Elderly:

Strategies for Overcoming Barriers

    

    Service use among low-income minority elderly:

    strategies for overcoming barriers

    Author: Yeatts, D E

    Journal: The Gerontologist

    ISSN: 0016-9013 Date: 02/1992

    Volume: 32 Issue: 1 Page: 24 – 32

    PMID: 1740252

 

http://tinyurl.com/pdks78h

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: From Poor Law to Welfare State

    

    From Poor Law to Welfare State, 6th Edition:

    A History of Social Welfare in America

    Author Walter I. Trattner

    Edition illustrated

    Publisher Simon and Schuster, 2007

    ISBN 1416593187, 9781416593188

    Length 464 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/pdk9wf4

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Barriers to Mental Health Care for Hispanic Americans:

A Literature Review and Discussion

    

    Barriers to mental health care for hispanic americans:

    A literature review and discussion

    Author: Woodward, Albert M.

    Journal: Journal of mental health administration

    ISSN: 0092-8623 Date: 09/1992

    Volume: 19 Issue: 3 Page: 224 – 236

    DOI: 10.1007/BF02518988

 

http://tinyurl.com/lsn5xsd

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: In Spite of All, We Make It: Themes of Stress and Resiliency

as Told by Women in Families Living in Poverty

    

    In Spite of All, We Make It: Themes of Stress and Resiliency

    as Told by Women in Families Living in Poverty

    Author: Vandsburger, Etty

    Journal: Journal of family social work

    ISSN: 1052-2158 Date: 05/2008

    Volume: 11 Issue: 1 Page: 17 – 35

    DOI: 10.1080/10522150802007303

 

http://tinyurl.com/n7w6rrs

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Families in Poverty in the 1990s: Trends, Causes,

Consequences, and Lessons Learned

    

    Families in Poverty in the 1990s: Trends, Causes,

    Consequences, and Lessons Learned

    Author: Seccombe, Karen

    Journal: Journal of marriage and family

    ISSN: 0022-2445 Date: 11/2000

    Volume: 62 Issue: 4 Page: 1094 – 1113

    DOI: 10.1111/j.1741-3737.2000.01094.x

 

http://tinyurl.com/lhyoqtw

   

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Poverty Policy And Poverty Research

    

    Poverty Policy and Poverty Research

    Author Robert H. Haveman

    Publisher Univ of Wisconsin Press, 1997

    ISBN 0299111547, 9780299111540

    Length 307 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/m6qe2pn

 

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