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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Child poverty in America today.
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2007
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Barbara A Arrighi; David J Maume
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011. MiAaHDL|
|Description:||1 online resource (4 volumes) : illustrations.|
|Details:||Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Contents:||v. 1. FAMILIES AND CHILDREN: The effect of child care on employment tardiness and absences for mothers: does marital status matter? / Sandra L. Barnes and Mia Smith Bynum --
The no-so tender trap: family violence and child poverty / Ruth A. Brandwein --
Diversity in living arrangements and children's economic well-being in single-mother households / Pamela R. Davidson --
Family context, income adequacy, and child-care needs: the bottom line for San Antonio's future / Juanita M. Firestone --
Child care and the potential for breaking intergovernmental poverty / Josefina Figueina-McDonough --
Under a watchful eye: parents and children living in shelters / Donna Haig Friedman --
The work of coordinating child care for rural low-income mothers / E. Brooke Kelly --
Conflict between wage work and care work: how single-parent families of children with disabilities manage to juggle competing demands / Ellen K. Scott --
Children's exposure to neighborhood poverty and affluence in the United States, 1990-2000 / Jeffrey M. Timberlake and Joseph Michael --
Children and the changing social ecology of economic disadvantage in urban America / Robert L. Wagmiller, Jr. --
Childhood victimization as a precursor to violence among adult homeless women / Jana L. Jasinski, Jennifer K. Wesely, Elizabeth Ehrhardt Mustaine, and James D. Wright --
v. 2. HEALTH AND MEDICAL CARE: Understanding poverty, race, and infant mortality / Charles N. Oberg and Maria C. Rinaldi --
Child hunger in the United States: an overview / Katherine Alaimo --
Breathing poorly: childhood asthma and poverty / Cindy Dell Clark --
Children, rural poverty, and disability: case studies from the heartland / Cynthia Needles Fletcher and Mary Winter --
Factors affecting utilization of mental health services by low-income Latino children: a model of personal help-seeking behavior / Ricardo R. Einaldi and Laurie B. Mazzuca --
Perception of help-seeking and mental health service use among parents of Head Start children / Michael S. Spencer, Laura P. Kohn-Wood, Rachael D. Jankowski, Stacey Lyn Grant, and Jennifer Elizabeth McCall --
Immigrant status, poverty, and child health / Magdalena Staffarski and Jun Ying --
Immigrant children in poverty / Uma A. Segal, Zubin N. Segal, and Ann R. Diwakaran --
v. 3. THE PROMISE OF EDUCATION: What do public child care dollars buy? It depends / Deborah A. Phillips and Marcy Whitebook --
Which schools have the most segregated classrooms? A look inside New York City schools / Dylan Conger --
Family poverty, classroom instruction, and mathematics achievement in kindergarten / Annie Georges --
Are children in poverty closing the learning gap? Education reform and elementary school performance in Kentucky / Edward B. Reeves --
The accumulation of disadvantage: the role of educational testing in the school career of minority children / Sandra Mathison --
Family and other baseline coorelates of GED versus other academic attainment statuses among adolescents / Richard K. Caputo --
Between the lines, on the stage, and in the club: additional ways students find to overcome disadvantage through school / Jason M. Smith --
To work or not to work? The role of poverty, race/ethnicity, and regional location in youth employment / Constance T. Gager, Jacqueline C. Pflieger, and Jennifer Hickes Lundquist --
Moral capital, single motherhood, educational attainment, and personal responsibility / Judith Hennessy --
v. 4. CHILDREN AND THE STATE: (Re)conceptualizing adolescent homelessness: misdirection of the state and child welfare / william T. Armaline --
Child welfare and welfare reform: a study of one community / Kathleen Wells --
Navigating the welfare time limit in California: how do families fare? / Jane Gilbert-Maulden, Rebecca A. London, and Heidi Sommer --
Women and children in the health care gap / Jane Henricki, Ronald J. Angel, and Laura Lein --
Dispersing the poor: new directions in public housing policy / Alexandra M. Curley --
Providing educational opportunities for children living in poverty / Hassan Tajalli --
How education policy continues to leave poor children behind / Roseanne L. Flores --
The education of Black children living in poverty: a systemic analysis / Garrett Albert Duncan and Gail E. Wolfe --
Resettling refugee children / Qingwen Xu and Denise Pearson.
|Series Title:||Praeger perspectives.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Barbara A. Arrighi and David J. Maume ; introduction by Diana Pearce.|
"This four-volume encyclopedia is a collection of essays from a wide variety of disciplines addressing issues of child care, health, education, and government policies toward child poverty in the
- Poor children -- United States.
- Poor families -- United States.
- Poverty -- United States.
- Child welfare -- United States.
- Children -- United States -- Social conditions.
- Children -- Government policy -- United States.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
- Child welfare.
- Children -- Government policy.
- Children -- Social conditions.
- Poor children.
- Poor families.
- United States.
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