By NA NA, Jill Duerr Berrick, Bruce Fuller, I. Sawhill
Sturdy mom and dad or strong staff? attracts upon new ethnographic experiences and longitudinal interviews which are reporting at the day-by-day lives of girls and kids lower than new welfare coverage pressures. individuals examine family members coverage within the context of day-by-day calls for and critique new social courses which are designed to reinforce households. The publication is split into 3 course-friendly sections that take care of the impression of welfare reform on caregiving, the lived reports of low-income households, and relations coverage debates. stable mom and dad or stable employees? is a crucial textual content at the affects of welfare reform that would be crucial studying in a number of classes in schooling, sociology, and politics.
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The jobs mothers hold make rigid requirements but offer little guarantee of regularity or job tenure. Members of their own informal support systems may become 32 Laura Lein impoverished or simply disenchanted with the prospect of helping out the mother. In addition, the use of all resources comes at a cost. Mothers spend a great deal of time and energy locating and maintaining eligibility with helping organizations. Informal support networks make demands, as well as provide goods and services. Jobs, while being the major income source most women seek, have substantial costs also, particularly those offering few benefits, no access to health insurance, and no promise of long-range security.
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Good Parents or Good Workers?: How Policy Shapes Families' Daily Lives by NA NA, Jill Duerr Berrick, Bruce Fuller, I. Sawhill