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Social policy and social work : critical essays on the welfare state

Author: Robert Moroney; Judy Krysik
Publisher: New York : Aldine de Gruyter, 1998.
Series: Modern applications of social work.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"In the short time between the publication of the first edition of this book and the present edition, there have been radical changes in the relationships between the public and private sectors, and within the public sector - among federal, state, and local governments." "The first edition examined the perceived dichotomy between two major approaches to social welfare - the institutional and residual models -  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Moroney; Judy Krysik
ISBN: 0202361136 9780202361130 0202361144 9780202361147
OCLC Number: 37935253
Description: xv, 302 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: The field of policy --
Policy analysis --
Income maintenance --
Housing policy --
Health and medical care --
Families and the care of the dependent --
Policies for the elderly --
Employment --
The poor and the permanent underclass --
The political economy of social welfare promises and problems.
Series Title: Modern applications of social work.
Responsibility: Robert M. Moroney and Judy Krysik.

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"In the short time between the publication of the first edition of this book and the present edition, there have been radical changes in the relationships between the public and private sectors, and within the public sector - among federal, state, and local governments." "The first edition examined the perceived dichotomy between two major approaches to social welfare - the institutional and residual models - arguing that the former assumes a sense of community while the latter is concerned with the extension of rights to the individual. In expanding this argument Moroney and Krysik incorporate notions of citizenship, suggesting that elements of both approaches can be integrated in such a way that the modified framework attempts to deal with critics from both sides. Current data are presented in each of the original chapters, and two new chapters cover the areas of health and employment."--Jacket.

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