Where Poverty and Parenting Intersect: The Impact of Welfare Reform on Caregiving. (Chapter 3 in Good Parents or Good Workers? How Policy Shapes Families' Daily Lives).

Page Count
0
Year Published
2005
Author (Individual)
Frame, Laura.
Resource Type
Book
Resource Format
Unbound
Resource Language
English
Findings are shared from a longitudinal, qualitative study that examined the links between urban poverty-related conditions and the quality of parent-child relationships in 10 families, specifically the care and protection of infants and toddlers. The effects on parenting of the family cap, subsidized child care, and welfare-to-work requirements are discussed. 22 references.

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