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This study analyzed interdependent behaviors among states in setting welfare benefits, behaviors often referred to as strategic interactions. Strategic interactions among states are believed to have led some state governments to “race to the bottom,” a term used to describe state governments'...
This study investigated the effects of a New York City adoption reform project. Goals of the project were to change existing family court procedures in selected cases to shorten the duration of time between termination of parental rights (TPR) and adoption finalization. Randomly selected control...
This study examined the effects of mental illness on parenting in a large urban-based sample of women with serious mental illness. Seventy percent of the sample were women from ethnic minority groups, average age mid-30s; all had care responsibility for at least one minor child. Diagnostic...
This study investigates the relationship between partner abuse and welfare receipt among African American women and Latinas. The authors used data from the Effect of Violence on Work and Family Project, a random sample of women in a low-income neighborhood in Chicago. The results showed that the...
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