is a Professor of Community Health at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. She received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Washington focusing on health and social welfare policy. She received her P.
is a Professor of Community Health at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. in Sociology from Washington State University, where she continued to develop her public policy interests in inequality, families, and health.
by Karen T. Seccombe (Author).
Karen T. Seccombe, Portland State University. nsiders' Perspectives on the Welfare System. Florida WAGES: A Case Example. The Role of the Government. Includes an updated discussion of the TANF program and regulations as of 2009. Chapters are tightened, redundancy eliminated, and writing style is more engaging and student-friendly. Includes the results of an Oregon statewide study of families who have recently left TANF for work. Critical Thinking Questions. Opinions of the Welfare System.
Karen Seccombe, Karen T Seccombe. This down-to-earth look at the welfare system provides readers with stories from welfare recipients themselves and from those who recently left welfare for work: how they got onto welfare, what the reality of welfare (and. This down-to-earth look at the welfare system provides readers with stories from welfare recipients themselves and from those who recently left welfare for work: how they got onto welfare, what the reality of welfare (and welfare reform) is for them, issues in raising their families, their plans, hopes, and dreams are for the future, and some of the struggles they face. As they try to leave the welfare system
Welfare Recipients' Perspectives on the System and Its Reform.
Welfare Recipients' Perspectives on the System and Its Reform. This book provides a superb overview of the subject without it being too elementary.
This book really puts welfare recipients' situations into perspective
Its interesting to hear how they maneuver the system to tailor to their needs even though the practice themselves still leaves them grossly under water in terms of financial "stability". I walked away thinking about how beneficial it would be for inflation to apply towards welfare benefits. This book really puts welfare recipients' situations into perspective. It personalizes their situations and gives insight into the kind of people that recieve welfare. It's a good book for people that just can't understand "what kind of people" are on welfare.
as they try to leave the welfare system. They discuss the importance of a livable wage and health insurance in providing the needed security to leave welfare for good. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Karen Seccombe is the Director of the Center for Public Health Studies and Professor of Community Health at Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
Karen Seccombe's book "So You Think I Drive a Cadillac?" is particularly successful in one of the author's primary goals: bringing the voices of welfare recipients into the discussion about their lives. Similar to the seminal book published two years earlier, Making Ends Meet by Kathryn Edin and Laura Lein, Seccombe poignantly describes, through the stories of her informants, the realities of life on welfare and the tactics impoverished single mothers must use to survive. The book is readable, informative and convincing.
By: Karen T. Seccombe. Print ISBN: 9780205917280, 0205917283. eText ISBN: 9780133946529, 0133946525. 3. 9 CAD SKU: 9780133946529R180. The world’s eTextbook reader for students. VitalSource is the leading provider of online textbooks and course materials. More than 15 million users have used our Bookshelf platform over the past year to improve their learning experience and outcomes