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Title:
Who will provide? : the changing role of religion in American social welfare
Author:
Bane, Mary Jo.
Publication Information:
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 2000.
Physical Description:
xiv, 322 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Religion, civil society, and social provision in the U.S. / Theda Skocpol -- Risks and responsibilities for faith-based organizations / Ronald Thiemann, Samuel Herring and Betsy Perabo -- Justice and charity in social welfare / Francis Schüssler Fiorenza -- Religious ideas and social policy: subsidiarity and Catholic style of ministry / J. Bryan Hehir -- Where religion and public values meet: who will contest? / Brent Coffin -- Choice or commonality: welfare and schooling after the welfare state / Martha Minow -- Doing whose work? Faith-based organizations and government partnerships / Anna Greenberg -- After partnership: rethinking public-nonprofit relations / Peter Frumkin -- "Villages": new community building strategies for disadvantaged families / Richard Weissbourd -- "That's what I growed up hearing": race, redemption and American democracy / Lucie White -- Religion and the Boston miracle: the effect of Black ministry on youth violence / Jenny Berrien, Omar McRoberts and Christopher Winship -- Faith communities and the post-welfare reform safety net / Mary Jo Bane.
Reading Level:
1550 Lexile.
ISBN:
9780813338767
Format :
Book