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245 04 The Oxford handbook of U.S. social policy /|cedited by 
       Daniel Béland, Christopher Howard and Kimberly J. Morgan. 
264  1 New York :|bOxford University Press,|c[2015] 
300    xi, 668 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tThe fragmented American welfare state : putting the 
       pieces together /|rDaniel Béland, Christopher Howard, and 
       Kimberly J. Morgan --|tSocial provision before the 
       twentieth century /|rLaura S. Jensen --|tThe progressive 
       era /|rDavid Brian Robertson --|tThe great depression and 
       World War II /|rAndrew Morris --|tFrom the fair deal to 
       the great society /|rJennifer Klein --|tThe U.S. welfare 
       state since 1970 /|rAlex Waddan --|tA cross-national 
       perspective on the American welfare state /|rJulia F. 
       Lynch --|tCultural influences on social policy development
       /|rJ. Taylor Danielson and Robin Stryker --|tPolitical 
       institutions and U.S. social policy /|rEdwin Amenta and 
       Amber Celina Tierney --|tPolitical parties and social 
       policy /|rJeffrey M. Stonecash --|tInterest groups /
       |rTracy Roof --|tConstituencies and public opinion /
       |rAndrea Louise Campbell and Michael W. Sances --|tRace 
       and ethnicity in U.S. social policy /|rRobert C. Lieberman
       --|tGender /|rEllen Reese, Stephanie D'Auria, and Sandra 
       Loughrin --|tSocial security /|rEdward D. Berkowitz and 
       Larry DeWitt --|tPrivate pensions /|rTeresa Ghilarducci --
       |tMedicare /|rJonathan Oberlander --|tLong term care for 
       the elderly /|rMadonna Harrington Meyer and Jessica 
       Hausauer --|tMedicaid /|rColleen M. Grogan and Christina 
       M. Andrews --|tTemporary assistance for needy families /
       |rR. Kent Weaver --|tThe politics of supporting low-wage 
       workers and families /|rDaniel P. Gitterman --|tFood 
       assistance programs and food security /|rCraig Gundersen -
       -|tPublic housing and vouchers /|rAlex Schwartz --|tSocial
       security disability insurance and supplemental security 
       income /|rJennifer L. Erkulwater --|tWorkers' compensation
       /|rLeslie I. Boden and Emily A. Spieler --|tUnemployment 
       insurance /|rStephen A. Woodbury --|tCare and work-family 
       policies /|rSonya Michel --|tHome ownership policy /
       |rPeter Dreier and Alex Schwartz --|tPrivate health 
       insurance : tax breaks, regulation, and politics /|rJames 
       A. Morone --|tPension and health benefits for public-
       sector workers /|rLee A. Craig --|tSocial programs for 
       soldiers and veterans /|rMeredith Kleykamp and Crosby 
       Hipes --|tPoverty /|rDavid Brady and Lane M. Destro --
       |tInequality /|rStephanie Moller and Joya Misra --
       |tCitizenship /|rSuzanne Mettler and Alexis N. Walker. 
520    The American welfare state has long been a source of 
       political contention and academic debate. This Oxford 
       Handbook pulls together much of our current knowledge 
       about the origins, development, functions, and challenges 
       of American social policy. After the Introduction, the 
       first substantive part of the handbook offers an 
       historical overview of U.S. social policy from the 
       colonial era to the present. This is followed by a set of 
       chapters on different theoretical perspectives available 
       for understanding and explaining the development of U.S. 
       social policy. The three following parts of the volume 
       focus on concrete social programs for the elderly, the 
       poor and near-poor, the disabled, and workers and 
       families. Policy areas covered include health care, 
       pensions, food assistance, housing, unemployment benefits,
       disability benefits, workers' compensation, family support,
       and programs for soldiers and veterans. The final part of 
       the book focuses on some of the consequences of the U.S. 
       welfare state for poverty, inequality, and citizenship. 
       Many of the chapters comprising this handbook emphasize 
       the disjointed patterns of policy making inherent to U.S. 
       policymaking and the public-private mix of social 
       provision in which the government helps certain groups of 
       citizens directly (e.g., social insurance) or indirectly 
       (e.g., tax expenditures, regulations). The contributing 
       authors are experts from political science, sociology, 
       history, economics, and other social sciences. --Provided 
       by publisher. 
650  0 Public welfare|zUnited States. 
651  0 United States|xSocial policy. 
651  0 United States|xSocial conditions. 
700 1  Béland, Daniel,|eeditor. 
700 1  Morgan, Kimberly J.,|d1970-|eeditor. 
700 1  Howard, Christopher,|d1961-|eeditor. 
700 1  Béland, Daniel,|eeditor. 
700 1  Morgan, Kimberly J.,|d1970-|eeditor. 
700 1  Howard, Christopher,|d1961-|eeditor. 
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