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Family Well-Being After Welfare Reform

Below you may access each chapter of the book in PDF format. you may also purchase the printed version of Family and Child Well-Being After Welfare Reform for $39.95 per copy, plus shipping and handling. For more information, please click here.

* Front Matter
* Chapter 1: Introduction
Douglas J. Besharov and Peter Germanis
* Chapter 2: Welfare Reform Update
Douglas J. Besharov and Peter Germanis
* Chapter 3: Ongoing Major Research on Welfare Reform: What Will Be Learned
Peter H. Rossi
* Chapter 4: Material Well-Being
Richard Bavier
* Chapter 5: Family versus Household
Wendy D. Manning
* Chapter 6: Teenage Sex, Pregnancy and Nonmarital Births
Isabel V. Sawhill
* Chapter 7: Child Maltreatment and Foster Care Placements
Richard J. Gelles
* Chapter 8: Homelessness and Housing Conditions
John C. Weicher
* Chapter 9: Child Health and Well-Being
Lorraine V. Klerman
* Chapter 10: Nutrition, Food Security, and Obesity
Harold S. Beebout
* Chapter 11: Crime, Juvenile Delinquency, and Dysfunctional Behavior
Lawrence W. Sherman
* Chapter 12: Mothers' Work and Child Care
Julia B. Isaacs
* Chapter 13: Plans for the Department of Health and Human Services
Patricia Ruggles and Matthew Stagner
* Contributors


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