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Difficulties after leaving TANF: Inner-city women talk about reasons for returning to welfare
Anderson, Steven G., 2004
Social Work, 49(2), 185-194

A journal article on the experiences of and reasons why inner-city women returned to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families after leaving

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Do preschool programs affect social disadvantage?: What social workers should know
Herman-Smith, Robert, January, 2013
Social Work, 58(1), 65-73

An overview of research on early care and education intervention program outcomes for those who are socially disadvantaged, and a discussion of the implications of the research for social work policy advocates and practitioners

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Growing together: Expanding roles for social work practice in early childhood settings
Azzi-Lessing, Lenette, July 2010
Social Work, 55(3), 255-263

A discussion of ways in which social workers can strengthen early intervention, Early Head Start, and early care and education programs to improve outcomes for participating children and families

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A map for you?: Geographic information systems in the social services
Queralt, Magaly, 1998
Social Work, 43(5), 455-469

A presentation of geographic information systems and its illustrative application to the social services, such as creating a map showing child care service providersí location and characteristics and mapping the ratio of child care slots to the number of children in a population to locate areas with potential service-availability gaps

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The new politics of child and family policies
Kamerman, Sheila B., 1996
Social Work, 41(5), 453-465

A discussion of changes in social policies and underlying beliefs during the 1990's, including federal funding cuts for social benefits and services.

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Parental employment and childcare trends: Some critical issues and suggested policies
Chilman, Catherine, 1993
Social Work, 38(4), 451-460

A review of research concerning the effects of parental employment and various types of substitute child care on children as well as their mothers and fathers, including discussion of federal policies concerning working parents and working poor populations with young children

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