Social Welfare: Politics and Public Policy : with Research Navigator
Social Welfare: Politics and Public Policy is the most comprehensive and easy-to-understand introduction to the social welfare system and social welfare policy.
This is a leading text in social welfare policy in departments of social work, political science, administration and government, and is also used in some departments of sociology. DiNitto focuses on the political aspects of policymaking; she describes the major social welfare programs, including public assistance, Social Security, disability, health insurance, and more. She also addresses racism, sexism, gay rights, and immigration in the context of social welfare policies and programs.
Additionally, it includes new and updated information on welfare reform (TANF), food stamps, managed care, disability, aging, the latest figures on poverty, and the latest information on job training and employment.
A full range of supplements includes an Instructor's Manual/Test Bank and a Computerized Test Bank. Student supplements include an Online Study Guide.
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A Brief History of Child Protection Legislation The federal government ' s initial
concern about the welfare of children began with the first White House
Conference on Children in 1909 and the establishment of the Children ' s Bureau
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ONE Politics Rationalism and Social Welfare
Two Government and Social Welfare
Where to Begin
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