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Welfare and Poverty Issues Bibliography
Compiled by Nancy Flanakin, NCDSV Librarian
Allard, M.A., Albelda, R.,
Armato, S., Lewis, J., & Lohrentz, T. (2000). Living
with welfare reform: A survey of low income families in
Bassuk, E., Weinreb, L., Buckner, J., Browne, A., Salomon, A., & Bassuk, S.S. (1996). The characteristics and needs of sheltered homeless and low-income housed mothers. JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association, 276, 640-646.
Bloom, D., Farrell, M., Fink, B., &
Adams-Ciardullo, D. (2002). Welfare time
limits: state policies, implementation, and effects on families.
Brauner, S., & Loprest, P. (1999). Where are they now? What states' studies of people who left welfare tell us.
Browne, A., & Bassuk, S.S. (1997). Intimate violence in the lives of homeless and poor housed women: Prevalence and patterns in an ethnically diverse sample. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 67, 261-278.
Browne, A., Salomon, A., & Bassuk, S.S. (1999). The impact of recent partner violence on poor women’s capacity to maintain work.” Violence Against Women 5(4), 393-426.
Cancian, M., Haveman, R., Meyer, D., & Wolfe,
B. (1999). Before and after TANF: The
economic well being of women leaving welfare.
Center for Law and Social Policy (2002). Forty states likely to cut access to postsecondary training or education under House-passed bill. [Includes tables showing state TANF policies on postsecondary education] http://www.clasp.org/DMS/Documents/1024591897.16/view_html
Cole, P., & Buel, S. (2000). Safety and financial security for
battered women: necessary steps for transitioning from welfare to work.
Danziger, S., Corcoran, M., Danziger, S., Heflin, C., Kalil, A., Levine, J., Rosen, D., Seefeldt, K., Siefert, K., & Tolman, R. (2000). Barriers to the employment of welfare recipients.
Edin, K., & Lein, L. (1997). Making
ends meet: How single mothers survive welfare and low wage work.
Gallagher, L. (1998). One year
after federal welfare reform: A description of state Temporary Assistance to Needy
Families (TANF) decisions.
Greenberg. M., Strawn, J., & Plimpton, L. (1999). State opportunities to provide access to
post secondary education under TANF.
Hammeal-Urban, R. (1999). Housing
and battered women: Using housing vouchers to assist battered women move from
welfare to work.
Holahan, J. (2002). Variations
among states in health insurance coverage and medical expenditures: how much is
Johnson, B., & Lessard, G. (1996). Targeting
high-wage jobs. In Sandra Van Fossen
(Ed.), Six strategies for self
Ku, L., & Bruen, B. (1999). The
continuing decline in Medicaid coverage.
Lein, L., Jacquet, S., Lewis, C., Cole, P., &
Williams, B. (2001). With the best of intentions: Family Violence Option and
abused women’s needs. Violence Against Women, 7(2), 193-210.
Lloyd, S. (1998). The effects of violence on work and
family. Poverty Research News, 2(2),
Lloyd S., & Taluc, N. (1999). The effects of male violence on female employment. Violence Against Women, 5(4), 370-392.
Loprest, P. (1999).
How families that left welfare are
doing: A national picture.
Loprest, P., & Zedlewski, S. (1999). Current and former welfare recipients: How
do they differ?
Lyons, E. (1997). Poverty,
welfare, and battered women: What does the research tell us?
Moore, T., & Selkowe, V. (1999). Domestic violence victims in transition from
welfare to work: Barriers to self-sufficiency and the W-2 response.
Nightingale, D.S., & Brennan, K. (1998). The welfare-to-work grants program: A new
link in the welfare reform chain.
National Council for the Homeless (1999). Domestic violence and homelessness. NCH fact sheet #8. http://nch.ari.net/domestic.html
National Coalition for the Homeless (2000). Using TANF to reduce and prevent homelessness: effective practices and strategies. http://www.nationalhomeless.org/tanfpractices.html
NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund (2002). Welfare & poverty: the Family Violence Option. http://www.nowldef.org/html/issues/wel/fvosur.shtml
Parrot, S. (1998) Welfare
recipients who find jobs.
Raphael, J., & Haennicke, S. (1999). Keeping battered women safe through the
welfare-to work journey: How are we doing? Final report on the implementation
of policies for battered women in state Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
Raphael, J., & Tolman, R. (1997). Trapped by poverty/trapped by abuse: New
evidence documenting the relationship between domestic violence and welfare.
Salomon, A., Bassuk, S.S., Brooks, M. (1996). Patterns of welfare use among poor and homeless women. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 66, 510-525.
Savner, S. (1999). Key
implementation decisions affecting low-income adults under the Workforce Investment
Schade, L., Espinosa, C., Ochs, M., & Ranghelli, L.
(1999). Getting good jobs: An organizer’sguide to job training.
Strawn, J. (1998).
Beyond job search or basic
education: Rethink the role of skills in welfare reform.
Sweeney, E., Schott, L., Lazere, E., Fremstad, S.,
Goldberg, H., Guyer, J., Super, D., & Johnson, C. (2000). Windows
of opportunity: Strategies to support low-income families in the next stage of
Tolman, R., & Raphael, J. (2000). A review of research on welfare and domestic violence.
Ullman, F., Hill,
Watkins, K. (1996) Nontraditional employment for women.
In Sandra Van Fossen (Ed.), Six
strategies for self-sufficiency (pp. 65-80).
Weil, Alan (2002) Ten
things everyone should know about welfare reform.
Welfare Information Network (2002). Time limits. http://www.welfareinfo.org/limits.asp
Welfare Information Network (2001). Work requirement provisions. http://www.welfareinfo.org/WorkRequirementProvisions.htm
Wood, M., Locke, G., Shulevitz, B., Porcari, D.,
Nolden, S., & Amendolia, J. (1999). From
welfare to work: Using HUD’s programs to help families in transition.
Zedlewski, S., & Brauner, S. (1999). Are the
steep declines in food stamp participation linked to falling welfare