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Name: 
Edin, K.
Edin, Kathryn,
Dates: 
1962-...
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England, Paula
Harris, Kathleen Mullan (1950-)
Kefalas, Maria
Lein, Laura
Nelson, Timothy J.
Nelson, Timothy Jon (1963-...)
Northwestern University
Sandefur, Gary D. (1951-)
Spivack Program in Applied Social Research and Social Policy
Sykes, Jennifer
Tach, Laura
Titles: 
Big Cities and Welfare Reform: Early Implementation and Ethnographic Findings from the Project on Devolution and Urban Change.
Counting Chicago's Homeless: An Assessment of the Census Bureau's "Street and Shelter Night"
Do poor women have a right to bear children?
Doing the best I can fatherhood in the inner city
Fatherhood and Incarceration as Potential Turning Points in the Criminal Careers of Unskilled Men
Is Work Enough? The Experiences of Current and Former Welfare Mothers Who Work.
It's not like I'm poor : how working families make ends meet in a post-welfare world
Looking to the future: Welfare-reliant women talk about their job aspirations in the context of welfare reform
Making ends meet : how single mothers survive welfare and low-wage work
Peek Inside the Black Box: What Marriage Means for Poor Unmarried Parents, A
Promises I Can Keep Why Poor Women Put Motherhood before Marriage, With a New Preface
Single mothers and child support: the possibilities and limits of child support policy
Surviving the welfare system: how AFDC recipients make ends meet in Chicago
Taking Care of Business: The Economic Survival Strategies of Low-Income, Noncustodial Fathers
There's a lot of month left at the end of the money ; how welfare recipients in Chicago make ends meet
There's a lot of month left at the end of the money : how welfare recipients make ends meet in Chicago
Unmarried couples with children
Welfare Reform, Work-Family Tradeoffs, and Child Well-Being*
Welfare to work : opportunities and pitfalls : congressional seminar, March 10, 1997
Work, welfare, and single mothers' economic survival strategies
Working Steady: Race, Low-Wage Work, and Family Involvement among Noncustodial Fathers in Philadelphia
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CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES REVIEW
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Northwestern University, 1989
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