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A new history of social welfare

Author: Phyllis J Day; Jerome H Schiele
Publisher: Boston : Pearson Education, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 7th edView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Phyllis J Day; Jerome H Schiele
ISBN: 9780205052738 0205052738
OCLC Number: 812977348
Notes: Includes index.
Description: p. cm
Contents: In this Section:1) Brief Table of Contents2) Full Table of Contentst 1) Brief Table of Contents Chapter 1: Values in Social WelfareChapter 2: The Institution of Social WelfareChapter 3: The Beginnings of Social WelfareChapter 4: Feudalism and the Welfare StateChapter 5: Social Welfare Moves to the AmericasChapter 6: America to the Civil WarChapter 7: The American Welfare System BeginsChapter 8: The Progressive Era, War, and RecoveryChapter 9: The Great Depression and Social Security for AmericansChapter 10: Civil and Welfare Rights in the New Reform EraChapter 11: The Return to the PastChapter 12: The Reactionary VisionChapter 13: The Decline of Social ResponsibilityChapter 14: Spiraling Down to Welfare PastChapter 15: Political Stonewalls 2) Full Table of Contents Chapter 1: Values in Social WelfareValues in Social WelfareAmerican Social ValuesIssues of DiscriminationConclusion: Values and PowerNotes Chapter 2: The Institution of Social WelfareThe Meaning of Social InstitutionalPerspectives on Social WelfareThe Scope of Social WelfareThe Profession of Social WorkConclusion: Social Work and Social ControlNotes Chapter 3: The Beginnings of Social WelfarePrehistory and social WelfareThe Beginnings of History: 6000-1200 B.C.E.Moving Into the Iron Age: 1200-400 B.C.E.Greece, Christianity, and the Roman EmpireConclusion: Beginnings of Charity and ControlNotes Chapter 4: Feudalism and the Welfare StateThe Dark and Middle AgesThe Dissolution of FeudalismThe Protestant Reformation: New Meanings for Work and Social Welfare in England: The Tudor PeriodThe Industrial Revolution and the Emergence of CapitalismConclusion: Reifying the Values of the PastNotes Chapter 5: Social Welfare Moves to the AmericasThe Indigenous Peoples of AmericaThe European Invasion of North AmericaWork in North AmericaSocial Welfare in the ColoniesSlavery in the AmericasThe New Nation and its ConstitutionConclusion: Revolution the Status QuoNotes Chapter 6: America to the Civil WarThe First Civil Rights MovementPrivate PhilanthropySocial Treatment in the 1880sSocial ControlNon-White Minorities: Expendable Commodities in the New The Women's Movement in the 1800sConclusion: Working Toward FreedomNotes Chapter 7: The American Welfare System BeginsThe Civil War: A New Nation EmergesAfter the Civil WarPost-War Political EconomyPopulation, Immigration, and the PeopleEmerging Philosophies and the Charity Organization SocietyPublic Welfare EffortsProfessionalization of Social WorkConclusion: Moving Toward ReformNotes Chapter 8: The Progressive Era, War, and RecoveryThe Progressive EraPopulation Movements and ImmigrationOppression of African Americans and Native AmericansLabor and the UnionsSocial welfare in the Progressive EraWomen's Movement and Peace ProtestsThe Professionalization of Social WorkConclusion: New Freedoms and Old ConstraintsNotes Chapter 9: The Great Depression and Social Security for AmericansThe Great DepressionSocial Insurance in the United StatesPrograms of Social Insurance Based on the Social Security ActsPublic Assistance Programs of the Social Security ActsMaternal and Child Welfare Act: Title VThe Professionalization of Social WorkWorld War IIThe Resurgence of Social WorkReorganizing Federal Social Welfare EffortsThe American DreamConclusion: Moving Toward the FutureNotes Chapter 10: Civil and Welfare Rights in the New Reform EraThe State of the Nation under EisenhowerSocial Programs in the 1950sCivil Rights Before KennedyCivil rights in the Kennedy-Johnson YearsJohnson and the Great SocietySocial Programs in the Kennedy-Johnson YearsWelfare, Civil Rights, and the Social Work ProfessionConclusion: Looking Back on the 1960sNotes Chapter 11: The Return to the PastA Retreat from the Welfare StateSocial Programs in the 1970sOther Social Welfare ProgramsCivil Rights in the 1970sGay LiberationConclusion: Tightening the ReinsNotes Chapter 12: The Reactionary VisionBiting the Conservative BulletReaganomics: The Conservative Political EconomyThe New FederalismPruning the ProgramsBasic Needs ProgramsCivil Rights Under Reagan and BushThe Costs of Social WelfareThe International ElementConclusion: Past Ideology in a Post-Industrial WorldNotes Chapter 13: The Decline of Social ResponsibilityClinton and the Republican CongressWelfare as We Knew ItOther Safety Net Programs in the Clinton EraHealth Care in AmericaSocial IssuesAffirmative Action and Civil RightsPrivate CharityWelfare for the Wealthy and Corporate WelfareConclusionNotes Chapter 14: Spiraling Down to Welfare PastThe Bush/Cheney PresidencySocial Welfare in the Bush/Cheney AdministrationHealth Care Under the Bush/Cheney PresidencyEducationJuvenile and Criminal Justice SystemsOur "Ism"-Ridden SocietyConclusion: Where are the Social Workers?Notes Chapter 15: Political StonewallsThe Bitter Remnants of the Bush AdministrationThe Historical significance of the 2008 ElectionThe Economic MorassSocial Welfare in the Obama AdministrationSocial Issues and Vulnerable PopulationsPortending the FutureNotes Afterword: Cycles of Power, Cycles of HistoryNotes
Responsibility: Phyllis J. Day ; with Jerome H. Schiele.


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