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This article reports on qualitative interviews with 25 women who were former residents of an emergency shelter. The interviews used a personal narrative approach to place the onset of homelessness within the context of the women's lives. They revealed that the onset of homelessness was different...
Although much has been written about the problem of fusion in relationships, especially among lesbians, there is little evidence of its prevalence in the nonclinical lesbian community or information about the function it may serve in lesbian relationships. This study examined the frequency of...
Political considerations that both led to a focus on personal responsibility and culminated in current welfare-to-work programs involved early discussions and punitive proposals for the care of welfare dependent children. Social work advocacy groups lobbied extensively and developed reactive...
This article describes an employer-based infant-care program that is a unique response to the needs of working parents. This parentingatwork option allows mothers to blend the often-competing demands of work and family and provides high-quality child care to their infants in the workplace. The...
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