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Battered women, children, and welfare reform : the ties that bind

Author: Ruth A Brandwein
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©1999.
Series: Sage series on violence against women, v. 11.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This tightly edited book links two timely topics - domestic violence and welfare reform. Developed by leading interdisciplinary academics, practitioners, advocates, and policy makers, Battered Women, Children, and Welfare Reform explores various threads that tie family violence to welfare. A key chapter, written by survivors of abuse who were also welfare recipients, completes this much-needed addition to the sparse  Read more...
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Battered women, children, and welfare reform.
Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©1999
(OCoLC)607124878
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth A Brandwein
ISBN: 0761911480 9780761911487 0761911499 9780761911494
OCLC Number: 39671638
Description: xii, 185 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Family violence, women, and welfare / Ruth A. Brandwein --
Economics of abuse: how violence perpetuates women's poverty / Martha F. Davis --
Keeping women poor: how domestic violence prevents women from leaving welfare and entering the world of work / Jody Raphael --
Family violence and welfare use: report from the field / Ruth A. Brandwein --
Pursuing child support for victims of domestic violence / Paula Roberts --
Domestic violence victims and welfare services: a practitioner's view / Diane M. Stuart --
Voices of the women: survivor's of domestic violence and welfare / Annie Boone, Ginger Erickson, and Melissa Arch-Walton --
Doing the triple combination: negotiating the domestic violence, child welfare, and welfare systems / Diana May Pearce --
Connections between child abuse and welfare: one state's story / Ruth A. Brandwein --
Childhood sexual abuse: the forgotten issue in adolescent pregnancy and welfare reform / Debra Boyer --
Family violence and social policy: welfare "reform" and beyond / Ruth A. Brandwein.
Series Title: Sage series on violence against women, v. 11.
Responsibility: Ruth A. Brandwein, editor.
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This tightly edited book links two timely topics - domestic violence and welfare reform. Developed by leading interdisciplinary academics, practitioners, advocates, and policy makers, Battered Women, Children, and Welfare Reform explores various threads that tie family violence to welfare. A key chapter, written by survivors of abuse who were also welfare recipients, completes this much-needed addition to the sparse literature and research available on the connection between family violence, child support, child abuse, and welfare. The macro approach of this book lends insights that will assist practitioners in understanding their clients' objective reality. In addition, academics involved in law, social work, public policy, public administration, and women's studies will appreciate this unique study.

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