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This article used narrative accounts by social work practitioners to identify the evidence they used to decide whether work had “gone well.” Evaluation strategies were constructed from a “game plan,” the success of which was viewed as partly contingent on the untoward operation of “sheer luck.”...
To determine the placement outcomes of prenatally drug-exposed children two years after they had been placed in foster care, the authors analyzed data on 1,035 infants. These infants had been placed under Los Angeles Juvenile Court custody or under the supervision of the Los Angeles County...
Achieving participant compliance with program requirements is essential to the success of welfare-to-work programs and is the central task of case managers in these programs. In this study we examined case management practices in four of California's welfare-to-work programs and the effects of...
This article evaluates a welfare reform demonstration project by examining the impact of the termination of the “100-hour rule” for working welfare recipients. An experimental group was allowed to work 100 hours or more each month, and a control group was not permitted to work more than 99 hours...
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