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Coping with poverty : the social contexts of neighborhood, work, and family in the African-American community
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Éditeur University of Michigan Press
Année c2000
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Coping with poverty : the social contexts of neighborhood, work, and family in the African-American community
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xvi, 284 p. ; 24 cm
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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305.896 073
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Pt. 1. Neighborhood: family and community as supports. Between a rock and a hard place: the labyrinth of working and parenting in a poor community / Sharon Hicks-Bartlett ; Communal isolation: narrowing the pathways to goal attainment and work / Gina Barclay-McLaughlin ; Negotiating adolescence in a Black middle-class neighborhood / Mary Pattillo-McCoy -- ; Pt. 2. Employment: from removing barriers to coping with obstacles. Dreamkeeping in the inner city: diminishing the divide between aspirations and expectations / Carla O'Connor ; On the outside looking in: low-income Black men's conceptions of work opportunity and the good job / Alford A. Young, Jr. ; Black male employment and self-sufficiency / Andrew L. Reaves -- ; Pt. 3. Parenting: from enforcing responsibility to enabling care. Mother, worker, welfare recipient: welfare reform and the multiple roles of low-income women / Ariel Kalil ... [et al.] ; Work preparation and labor market experiences among the urban, poor, nonresident fathers / Waldo E. Johnson, Jr. -- ; Conclusion. Social contexts in the making of public policy / Ann Chih Lin.
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0-472-11145-0
0-472-08697-9
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