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Over twenty-five years and through six editions, Walter I. Trattner’s From Poor Law to Welfare State has served as the standard text on the history of welfare policy in the United States.

Author: Walter I. Trattner

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

ISBN: 1501175718

Category: History

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Over twenty-five years and through six editions, Walter I. Trattner's From Poor Law to Welfare State has served as the standard text on the history of welfare policy in the United States. The only comprehensive account of American social welfare history from the colonial era to the present, the new seventh edition has been updated to include the latest developments in our society as well as trends in social welfare. Trattner provides in-depth examination of developments in child welfare, public health, and the evolution of social work as a profession, showing how all these changes affected the treatment of the poor and needy in America. He explores the impact of public policies on social workers and other helping professions -- all against the backdrop of social and intellectual trends in American history. From Poor Law to Welfare State directly addresses racism and sexism and pays special attention to the worsening problems of child abuse, neglect, and homelessness. Written for students in social work and other human service professions, From Poor Law to Welfare State: A History of Social Welfare in America is also an essential resource for historians, political scientists, sociologists, and policymakers.
2017-10-10 By Walter I. Trattner

That purpose is to provide a fairly brief but high-quality survey of those aspects of social welfare history that a ... (Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole, 2008), first edition, 1988; Walter Trattner, From Poor Law to Welfare State: A History of ...

Author: Philip R. Popple

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190607340

Category: Social Science

Page: 400

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The first new social work history to be written in over twenty years, Social Work Practice and Social Welfare Policy in the United States presents a history of the field from the perspective of elites, service providers, and recipients. This book uniquely chronicles and analyzes the development of social work practice theory on two levels: from the top down, looking at the writings, conference presentations, and training course material developed by leaders of the profession; and from the bottom up, looking at case records for evidence of techniques that were actually applied by social workers in the field. Additionally, the author takes a careful and critical look at the development of social work methods, setting it apart from existing histories that generally accept the effectiveness of the field's work. Addressing CSWE EPAS standards at both the BSW and MSW levels, Social Work Practice and Social Welfare Policy in the United States is ideal both as a primary text for history of social work/social welfare classes and a supplementary text for introduction to social work/social welfare or social welfare policy and services classes.
2018-01-26 By Philip R. Popple

Theories and Skills for Social Workers David A. Hardcastle. Stein, B. (1993). ... Charities say government is ignoring them in crisis. ... From poor law to welfare state: A history of social welfare in America (7th ed.).

Author: David A. Hardcastle

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199842655

Category: Social Science

Page: 456

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For almost two decades, Community Practice has been a definitive text for social workers, community practitioners, and students eager to help individuals contribute to and use community resources or work to change oppressive community structures. In this third edition, a wealth of new charts and cases spotlight the linkages between theoretical orientations and practical skills, with an enhanced emphasis on the inherently political nature of social work and community practice. Boxes, examples, and exercises illustrate the range of skills and strategies available to savvy community practitioners in the 21st century, including networking, marketing and staging, political advocacy, and leveraging information and communication technologies. Other features include: - New material on community practice ethics, critical practice skills, community assessment and assets inventory and mapping, social problem analysis, and applying community ractice skills to casework practice - Consideration of post-9/11 community challenges - Discussion on the changing ethnic composition of America and what this means for practitioners - An exploration of a vastly changed political landscape following the election of President Obama, the Great Recession, the rise of the Tea Party, and the increasing political and corporate use of pseudo-grassroots endeavors - A completely revamped instructor's manual available online at www.oup.com/us/communitypractice This fully revised classic text provides a comprehensive and integrated overview of the community theory and skills fundamental to all areas of social work practice. Broad in scope and intensive in analysis, it is suitable for undergraduate as well as graduate study. Community Practice offers students and practitioners the tools necessary to promote the welfare of individuals and communities by tapping into the ecological foundations of community and social work practice.
2011-02-18 By David A. Hardcastle

The Dynamics of Social Welfare Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. See pp. ... Jansson, B. The Reluctant Welfare State: A History of American Social Welfare Policies. 7th ed. ... Trattner, W. From Poor Law to Welfare State.

Author: David Wagner

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440856457

Category: Social Science

Page: 196

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This book closely examines controversial claims and beliefs surrounding poverty and anti-poverty programs in the United States. It authoritatively dismantles falsehoods, half-truths, and misconceptions, leaving readers with an unbiased, accurate understanding of these issues. • Features an easy-to-navigate question-and-answer format • Uses quantifiable data from respected sources as the foundation for examining every issue • Includes extensive Further Reading sections for each entry, providing readers with leads to conduct further research • Evaluates claims made by individuals and groups of all political backgrounds and ideologies to offer an inclusive examination of poverty and welfare
2019-09-30 By David Wagner

The reluctant welfare state: Engaging history to advance social work practice in contemporary society (7th ed.). Belmont, CA: Cengage. ... From poor law to welfare state: A history of social welfare in America (6th ed.).

Author: Dr. Jessica Gladden, PhD, LMSW

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826146458

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

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Vividly portraying the personal and professional lives of social work luminaries from the 19th to the present century, this text links their groundbreaking contributions in social work to current CSWE core competencies. The book focuses on leaders who shaped the field across modern American history — the Progressive Era, the Great Society, the New Deal, the Postwar period, and others—and examines their lives in the context of the social and historical environment, their contributions to social work, and lessons from their experiences that are still relevant to social work today. Through detailed, engaging life stories and photographs, readers—including undergraduates, graduate students, and practicing social workers—will learn about the profession’s rich history rooted in charitable work, “friendly visitors,” and social justice advocacy. The book also touches upon the contributions of early social work pioneers as well as those leading us forward in the 21st century. The book will provide important historical groundwork for classes in social welfare policy, introduction to social work, and social work history courses. Chapters include discussion questions and activities to facilitate professional growth and personal development. A robust instructor package offers PowerPoint slides and a sample syllabus. Key Features: Delivers vivid, detailed accounts of leading figures in social work history Presents lessons directly applicable to social work today Dovetails with CSWE’s 2015 EPAS Competencies Incorporates discussion questions and activities encouraging professional growth and personal reflection Includes PowerPoint slides and sample syllabus

Red state, blue state, rich state, poor state: Why Americans vote the way they do. ... Affecting change: Social workers in the political arena (7th ed.). New York: Pearson. Jansson, B. (2006). ... From poor law to welfare state.

Author: Steve Burghardt

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483323312

Category: Social Science

Page: 512

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Macro Practice in Social Work for the 21st Century, Second Edition offers a modern approach to building effective career skills in macro practice. Author Steve Burghardt inspires students by tracing the careers of macro-practitioners from grass roots organizers to agency executives. By focusing on how practitioners can make meaningful, strategic choices regardless of their formal roles and responsibilities, this Second Edition takes a refreshing new approach on the key issues of how to respond to diversity and oppression, the use of the internet for organization, the limits of “virtual trust,” understanding where "micro" and "macro" meet in practice, and co-leadership development.
2013-10-18 By Steve Burghardt

The earned income tax credit: Boosting employment, aiding the working poor. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. ... Programs in aid of the poor (7th ed.). ... From poor law to welfare state (6th ed.). New York: Free Press.

Author: C. Anne Broussard

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135694982

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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Family Poverty in Diverse Contexts addresses the context of poverty in the United States and focuses on poverty issues that family members must confront as they move through the life course. This edited collection provides a unique perspective that draws together macro and micro research about how poverty affects families throughout their lives, increasing risks and reducing opportunities at every stage. Individual chapters emphasize the context of poverty in the United States, then go on to examine specific life cycle stages and what happens when poverty intersects with family concerns. Contributing authors are respected experts in their fields and represent a broad range of disciplines and perspectives including child development, community health, education, family studies, gerontology, disability, public policy, social work and sociology. Family Poverty in Diverse Contexts includes a range of pedagogical features to enhance learning such as exercises and discussions relating to each chapter, which will encourage readers to think critically and apply the knowledge to their own lives. It will interest students, academics and researchers of sociology, family studies, social work and health as well as other related disciplines.
2008-09-30 By C. Anne Broussard

The altruistic imagination: A history of social work and social policy in the United States. ... The reluctant welfare state (7th ed.). ... From poor law to welfare state: A history of social welfare in America (6th ed.).

Author: Elizabeth A. Segal

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305465442

Category: Education

Page: 544

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The fifth edition of Segal, Gerdes, and Steiner's AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PROFESSION OF SOCIAL WORK provides a balanced introduction to the social work profession and helps students to understand the role that the profession plays in the social welfare system. The authors' supportive tone and experiential approach inspires interest in and enthusiasm toward future careers in social work. Case studies, personal stories, and exercises help students apply the concepts and truly understand what it means to be a social worker. The book is designed to encourage both knowledge building and self-exploration-skills that are essential in developing good social work practice. Part of the Brooks/Cole Empowerment Series, the fifth edition is completely up to date and thoroughly integrates the core competencies and recommended practice behaviors outlined in the most recent Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) set by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
2015-01-01 By Elizabeth A. Segal

From poor law to Welfare state: A history of social Welfare in America (6th ed.). New York, NY: Free Press. (Original Work published 1974) Gilbert, N., & Terrell, P. (2010). Dimensions of social Welfare policy(7th ed.).

Author: Michael J. Austin

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781452274201

Category: Social Science

Page: 416

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Social Justice and Social Work: Rediscovering a Core Value of the Profession introduces and connects social justice to the core values of social work across the curriculum. This unique and timely book, edited by Michael J. Austin, presents the history and philosophy that supports social justice and ties it to ethical concepts that will help readers understand social justice as a core social work value. The book further conveys the importance of amplifying client voice; explores organization-based advocacy; and describes how an understanding of social justice can inform practice and outlines implications for education and practice.
2013-03-26 By Michael J. Austin

Rethinking the Origins of the Welfare State Larry Patriquin ... London: R. Baldwin, Jr. Allen, Carleton Kemp. 1964. Law in the Making. 7th ed. Oxford: Clarendon. ... English Rural Society and the New Poor Law: Bedfordshire, 1834–47.

Author: Larry Patriquin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230591387

Category: History

Page: 254

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This book examines the evolution of public assistance for the poor in England from the late medieval era to the Industrial Revolution. Placing poor relief in the context of the unique class relations of agrarian capitalism, it considers how and why relief in England in the early modern period was distinct.
2007-10-11 By Larry Patriquin