Duncan, Greg J; Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay.
Duncan, Greg J; Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay
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For Better and For Wo.For Better and For Worse gathers the most recent data on the effects of welfare reform in one timely volume focused on improving the life chances of poor children.
Work after Welfare Reform and the Well-being of Children. Using data from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study, we investigate the effects of welfare receipt and employment on the health and behavioral outcomes of 3-year-old children whose mothers received welfare during the course of the child's life.
P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale. Book Description: The 1996 welfare reform bill marked the beginning of a new era in public assistance. Welfare reform is upon us and many have already made the transition from welfare to work. Although the new law has reduced welfare rolls, falling caseloads do not necessarily mean a better standard of living for families. There are good reasons to expect that these transitions will benefit many families and children; others, however, may not fare as well.
Greg J. Duncan & P. Ed. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Nonetheless, the articles in this book can provide an extremely useful overview of several issues, including (a) the policy context of welfare reform legislation, (b) what states legislatures are thinking and doing, (c) how families and children are faring, and (d) policy options for the future.
In G. Duncan & . Chase-Lansdale (Ed., For better and for worse: Welfare weform and the well-being of children and families (pp. 37-52). Topics: Child Care & Early Education Philosophy, Theory, and Comprehensive Works. Policies Economic & Social Policies. Related Resources include summaries, versions, or components of the currently selected resource, documents encompassing or employing it, or datasets/measures used in its creation. For better and for worse: Welfare reform and the well-being of children and families.
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Welfare reforms and child well-being in the US and U. The New Hope Project effects on families and children after five years. Mothers' transitions from welfare to work and the well-being of preschoolers and adolescents
Welfare reforms and child well-being in the US and UK. Julie M. Waldfogel. A. C. Huston, C. Miller, +4 authors S T. 2003. Reforms and child development. The Future of children. Mothers' transitions from welfare to work and the well-being of preschoolers and adolescents. Patricia Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Robert A. Moffitt, +5 authors Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal.
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The 1996 welfare reform bill marked the beginning of a new era in public assistance. Although the new law has reduced welfare rolls, falling caseloads do not necessarily mean a better standard of living for families. In For Better and For Worse, editors Greg J. Duncan and P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale and a roster of distinguished experts examine the evidence and evaluate whether welfare reform has met one of its chief goals-improving the well-being of the nation's poor children.
For Better and For Worse opens with a lively political history of the welfare reform legislation, which demonstrates how conservative politicians capitalize on public concern over such social problems as single parenthood to win support for the radical reforms. Part I reviews how individual states redesigned, implemented, and are managing their welfare systems. These chapters show that most states appear to view maternal employment, rather that income enhancement and marriage, as key to improving child well-being. Part II focuses on national and multistate evaluations of the changes in welfare to examine how families and children are actually faring under the new system. These chapters suggest that work-focused reforms have not hurt children, and that reforms that provide financial support for working families can actually enhance children's development. Part III presents a variety of perspectives on policy options for the future. Remarkable here is the common ground for both liberals and conservatives on the need to support work and at the same time strengthen safety-net programs such as Food Stamps.
Although welfare reform-along with the Earned Income Tax Credit and the booming economy of the nineties-has helped bring mothers into the labor force and some children out of poverty, the nation still faces daunting challenges in helping single parents become permanent members of the workforce. For Better and For Worse gathers the most recent data on the effects of welfare reform in one timely volume focused on improving the life chances of poor children.
Author: Greg J. Duncan,Lindsay P. Chase-Lansdale
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation (January 17, 2002)
Pages: 337 pages
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