The Reluctant Welfare State: American Social Welfare Policies--past, Present, and Future
Your students will find discussion of these issues and more in this comprehensive, scholarly introduction to social welfaare policy in the United States. This book challenges readers to think critically about issues, developments, anad policies aboth in paast eras and in contemporary society. Throughout the book, a Jansson invites students to become policy practitioners anad advocates anad to develop their own "policy identities." Designed to show readers taht social policy history is powerfully relevant to social workers when used to stimulate critical thinking about issues, developments, and policies in prior eras and in contemporary society. The Third Edition of Jannson's highly respected text offers a comprehensive and scholarly introduction to social welfare policy in the United States.
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