Table of contents for Families and economic distress : coping strategies and social policy / edited by Patricia Voydanoff, Linda C. Majka.


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PART ONE: EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC DISLOCATION
Reemployment After a Shutdown - Terry F Buss and F Stevens Redburn
The Youngstown Steel Mill Closing, 1977 to 1985
Incomparable Losses - Jean Prial Gordus and Karen Yamakawa
Economic and Labor Market Outcomes for Unemployed Female Versus Male Autoworkers
Effects of a Plant Closing on Marriage and Family Life - Carolyn C Perrucci and Dena B Targ
PART TWO: COPING WITH ECONOMIC DISTRESS
Post-Industrial Displacement and Family Role Strains - Phillip J Bowman
Challenges to the Black Family
Economic Distress, Family Coping, and Quality - Patricia Voydanoff and Brenda W Donnelly
PART THREE: UNDERSTANDING UNEMPLOYMENT
Unemployment and Family Life - Paula Rayman
The Meaning for Children
Unemployed Workers and Their Families - Ramsay Liem
Social Victims or Social Critics?
PART FOUR: POLITICAL RESPONSES TO ECONOMIC DISTRESS
Person and Community - Margaret Hohman
Contrasting Values in the US Bishops' Pastoral on Economics and the American Culture
Rethinking Responses to Economic Distress - Fred Block
A Critique of Full Employment
PART FIVE: SOURCES AND IMPACT OF FEDERAL POLICY
The Impact of Federal Policy Change on the Well-Being of Poor Women and Childern - Rosemary C Sarri
The Changing Distribution of Income and Wealth in the US, 1960-1985 - Andrew J Winnick
An Examination of the Movement Toward Two Societies, "Separate and Unequal"



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Family -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Congresses.
Unemployment -- United States -- Congresses.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 1971-1981 -- Congresses.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 1981- -- Congresses.
Family policy -- United States -- Congresses.