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  1. The Integration Debate

    Competing Futures For American Cities

    Edited by Chester Hartman, Gregory Squires

    Racial integration, and policies intended to achieve greater integration, continue to generate controversy in the United States, with some of the most heated debates taking place among long-standing advocates of racial equality. Today, many nonwhites express what has been referred to as "...

    Published July 8th 2009 by Routledge

  2. Welfare in the United States

    A History with Documents, 1935–1996

    Edited by Premilla Nadasen, Jennifer Mittelstadt, Marisa Chappell

    Welfare has been central to a number of significant political debates in modern America: What role should the government play in alleviating poverty? What does a government owe its citizens, and who is entitled to help? How have race and gender shaped economic opportunities and outcomes? How...

    Published March 6th 2009 by Routledge

  3. Community-Based Programs and Policies

    Contributions to Social Policy Development in Health Care and Health Care-Related Services

    Edited by Howard A. Palley

    This collection is focused on the provision of community-based programs and activities in health and related long-term care services that have contributed, or may in the future contribute, to social policy development. Several of the articles in this collection deal with community-based health and...

    Published October 29th 2008 by Routledge

  4. Family Poverty in Diverse Contexts

    Edited by C. Anne Broussard, Alfred L. Joseph

    Family Poverty in Diverse Contexts addresses the context of poverty in the United States and focuses on poverty issues that family members must confront as they move through the life course. This edited collection provides a unique perspective that draws together macro and micro research about how...

    Published September 23rd 2008 by Routledge

  5. Reconstructing Motherhood and Disability in the Age of Perfect Babies

    By Gail Landsman

    Examining mothers of newly diagnosed disabled children within the context of new reproductive technologies and the discourse of choice, this book uses anthropology and disability studies to revise the concept of "normal" and to establish a social environment in which the expression of full lives...

    Published August 20th 2008 by Routledge

  6. Families in a Global Context

    Edited by Charles B. Hennon, Stephan M. Wilson

    Learn what trends and factors are influencing families globally How are families the same or different around the world? Families in a Global Context puts the similarities and differences into perspective, presenting an in-depth comparative analysis of family life in 17 countries around the world....

    Published June 18th 2008 by Routledge

  7. Employment Relations in the Voluntary Sector

    Struggling to Care

    By Ian Cunningham

    Series: Routledge Studies in the Management of Voluntary and Non-Profit Organizations

    This new book addresses the topical issues surrounding employment relations in UK voluntary organizations that operate within the quasi-market of social care. Combining an analysis of the established literature with in-depth qualitative field work, Ian Cunningham explores the nature of power...

    Published May 12th 2008 by Routledge

  8. Legal Responses to Domestic Violence

    By Mandy Burton

    This book aims to examine legal responses to domestic violence in a holistic way. In England and Wales, as in other jurisdictions, much attention has been paid to the criminal justice response to domestic violence. The response of the civil justice system has not been ignored, but has been somewhat...

    Published May 7th 2008 by Routledge-Cavendish

  9. Social Work

    Edited by Ann Buchanan

    Series: Major Themes in Health and Social Welfare

    With just over a century of history, social work has come of age as a powerful global profession in possession of its own body of knowledge based on research, skills, competence, and an international value system with a code of ethics. Today, social work has developed from humble origins to become...

    Published April 1st 2008 by Routledge

  10. Segregation

    The Rising Costs for America

    Edited by James H. Carr, Nandinee K. Kutty

    Segregation: The Rising Costs for America documents how discriminatory practices in the housing markets through most of the past century, and that continue today, have produced extreme levels of residential segregation that result in significant disparities in access to good jobs, quality education...

    Published February 12th 2008 by Routledge