Children, Families and Government analyses the relationship between child development research and the design and implementation of social policy concerning children and families. It captures the excitement and challenges emerging in the field of child development and social policy, and it examines recent changes in our national ethos towards children and families.This book is particularly timely, with issues like health care, welfare reform, and drug abuse addressed in a context that enables the reader to relate current events to the theories and foundations on which policies are based.Dimensions of services integration: Service delivery, program linkages, policy management, organizational structure. Human Services Monograph Series, 13. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Project SHARE. Axxin, J.. ... Chicago: Family Resource Coalition. ... Social Service Review.
|Title||:||Children, Families, and Government|
|Author||:||Edward F. Zigler, Sharon Lynn Kagan, Nancy W. Hall|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1996-09-13|