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Halpern, Robert, 1999, Fragile Families, Fragile Solutions: A History of Supportive Services for Families in Poverty, New York: Columbia University Press.


Halpern, Robert, 1999, Fragile Families, Fragile Solutions: A History of Supportive Services for Families in Poverty, New York: Columbia University Press. 12+286p ISBN: 023110667X [amazon]


■Contents

Introduction

1. The Emergence of Supportive Social Services

2. Formative Strands: Settlements, Casework, and Motehrs’ Aid

3. Trial by Fire

4. The Quiet Before the Next Storm

5. Service Reform as a War on Poverty

6. Developments in Aid to Families with Dependent Children

7. The 1970s: Struggle for Renewal in a Shifting Environment

8. Retrenchment Without Renewal

9. New paradigms, Old Problems

10. Where to from Here?

References
Index



*ここでは、5,6章を紹介

5. Service Reform as a War on Poverty

 Premises of the Era
  Poor People as Unprepared for Industrial Society
  The Poor as Excluded
  Prevailing Services and Social Institutions as Unresponsive
 Service Reform as a War on Poverty
  Goals and Basic Approach
  Sources of Innovation Within Services
  New Wine, and Old Wine in New Bottles
  The Participation of the Poor in Service Design and Delivery
 Two Programs, Two Fates
  Neighborhood Service centers
  Head Start: Paradigm of an Era
 The War on Poverty Assessed
  Participation and the Attacks on Professionals
  Neighborhood-Based Services as an Engine for Service Reform


6. Developments in Aid to Families with Dependent Children

 “Caseworking” People Out of Poverty
 Casework Evaluated
 Attacks form North, South, East, and West
 The Emergence of Work Incentives, Work Requirements, and Work preparation
 Conclusions
  The Beginning of the End for Public Aid Casework
  Broader Problems



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