The Reluctant Welfare State: Engaging History to Advance Social Work Practice in Contemporary Society
Written in clear, lively prose by one of the foremost scholars of social welfare, Dr. Jansson's highly respected text analyzes the evolution of the American welfare state from colonial times to the present. This sixth edition of THE RELUCTANT WELFARE STATE: ENGAGING HISTORY TO ADVANCE SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY places social policy in its political, cultural, and societal context. Using social policy history as a catalyst, Jansson invites students to think critically about issues, developments, and policies in prior eras and in contemporary society, and he inspires them to develop their own policy identity.
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The Symbiotic and Uneasy Relationship between Clients Social Workers and the Welfare State
Making the American Welfare State More HumanePast Present and Future
Fashioning a New Society in the Wilderness
Social Welfare Policy in the Early Republic 17891860
Lost Opportunities The Frontier the Civil War and Industrialization
Social Reform in the Progressive Era
Social Policy to Address the Worst Economic Catastrophe in US History
The Era of Federal Social Services The New Frontier and the Great Society
The Conservative Counterrevolution in the Era of Reagan and Bush Sr
Reluctance Illustrated Policy Uncertainty during the Clinton Administration
Bushs Quest for Realignment
Why Has the American Welfare State Been ReluctantAnd What Can We Do about It?
Using Knowledge of the Evolution of the American Welfare State to Improve Your Professional Practice
The Paradoxical Era 19681980
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