Dimensions of Social Welfare Policy
/* 3763L-5, Gilbert, Neil, Dimensions of Social Welfare Policy, 5/e*/ This social welfare policy book provides a comprehensive theoretical framework for the analysis of social welfare policy. The book illustrates theoretical points by offering examples from a cross-section of program areas including income maintenance, child welfare, model cities, day care, community action, and mental health. The book also shows how social theories and individual versus collective value orientations influence policies. For social workers, or students studying social welfare policy.
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The Field of Social Welfare Policy
The Modern Welfare State
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administrative AFDC Alva Myrdal American basic billion block grant bureaucratic CAPSULE casework cash charity child children's allowance clients Community Action costs dimensions of choice economic effect eligibility employment example families federal financing Fiscal welfare food stamps FSAA function funds goals groups housing immigrants in-kind income tax increasing individual institutions involved issue legislation low-income major means test means-tested Medicaid ment Model Cities negative income tax Neil Gilbert nonprofit organizations parents percent perspective planners planning political poor poverty poverty line problems professional programs public assistance recipients reduced responsibility Richard Cloward role service delivery social allocations social insurance Social Policy social provisions social security Social Security Act Social Service Review social services social welfare policy society spending strategies structure TANF tax expenditures tion Title XX United University vouchers welfare reform workers workfare York