Praxis for the Poor Piven and Cloward and the Future of Social Science in Social Welfare
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Description: Schram examines the careers of Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, along with 19th century feminist social reformer Jane Addams, to suggest and demonstrate how a more politically-active scholarship can contribute to struggles for social justice.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: New York University Press
Publication date: 11/1/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|The Theory of Practice|
|What Accessibility Can't Do: The Politics of Welfare Scholarship|
|The Future of the Past: Jane Addams and the Social Work of Politics|
|Radical Incrementalism Personified: The Piven and Cloward Legacy|
|Which Side Are You On? Rethinking Research and Advocacy in Social Welfare|
|The Practice of Theory|
|The Old Is New: The Racial Basis of Welfare Reform|
|Putting a Back Face on Welfare: The Good and the Bad|
|Success Stories: Welfare Reform, Policy Discourse, and the Politics of Research, by Sanford F. Schram and Joe Soss|
|Compliant Subjects for a New World Order: Globalization and the Behavior Modification Regime of Welfare Reform|
|App.: Sources and Measures for Data in Chapter 5|
|About the Author|