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School of Social Work Research Publications for Kristin S. Seefeldt

  1. Wherry, F., Seefeldt, K. S., & Alvarez, A. (2019). To lend or not to lend to friends and kin: Awkwardness, obfuscation, and negative reciprocity. Social Forces, 98(2), 753-793.
  2. Wherry, F., Seefeldt, K. S., & Alvarez, A. (2019). Credit Where it’s Due: Re-thinking Financial Citizenship. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  3. Elliott, W., Starks, B., Seefeldt, K., & Ellis, J. M. (2018). Children's savings account programs provide parents with the opportunity to plan and talk about college with their children and others. Sociology Mind, 8, 345-365.
  4. Seefeldt, K. S. (2017). Serving No One Well: TANF Nearly Twenty Years Later. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 44(2), 3-28.
  5. Kim, H., Burgard, S. A., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2017). Housing Assistance and Housing Insecurity: A Study of Renters in Southeastern Michigan in the Wake of the Great Recession. Social Service Review, 91(1), 41-70.
  6. Seefeldt, K. S. (2016). Abandoned Families: Social Isolation in the 21st Century. New York: Russell Sage.
  7. Danziger, S. K., Seefeldt, K. S., & Shaefer, H. L. (2015). Increasing work opportunities and reducing poverty two decades after welfare reform. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 35(1), 241-244. Wiley Publications.
  8. Seefeldt, K. S., & Sandstrom H. (2015). When there is no welfare: The income packaging strategies of mothers without earnings or cash assistance following an economic downturn. The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, 1(1), 139-158.
  9. Danziger, S. K., Danziger, S. H., Seefeldt, K. S. & Shaefer, H. L. (2015). From welfare to a work-based safety net: An incomplete transition. point/counterpoint. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 35(1), 231-238.
  10. Seefeldt, K. S. (2015). Waiting it out: Time, action, and the process of securing benefits. Qualitative Social Work. Sage Journals.
  11. Seefeldt, K. S. (2015). Constant consumption smoothing, limited investments, and few repayments: The role of debt in the financial lives of economically vulnerable families. Social Service Review, 89(2). The University of Chicago Press.
  12. Sandstrom, H., Seefeldt, K., Huerta, S., & Loprest, P. (2014). Understanding the dynamics of disconnection from employment and assistance. OPRE Report. Washington, D.C.: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  13. Danziger, S. K., Allard, S. W., Wathen, M. V., Burgard, S. A., Seefeldt, K. S., Rodems, R., & Cohen, A. (2014). Food insecurity in the Detroit Metropolitan Area following the Great Recession. Policy Brief, 34. Ann Arbor, MI: National Poverty Center, University of Michigan.
  14. Harding, D., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2013). Mixed methods and causal research. In S. L. Morgan (Ed.), Handbook of Causal Analysis for Social Research. New York: Springer.
  15. Guzman, T., Pirog, M. A., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2013). Social policy: What have we learned? Policy Studies Journal, 41(S1), S53-S70.
  16. Seefeldt, K. S., & Graham, J. (2013). America's Poor and the Great Recession. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  17. Gould-Werth, A. & Seefeldt, K. (2012). Material hardship in the wake of the Great Recession: findings from the Michigan Recession and Recovery Study. National Poverty Center Policy Brief, 35.
  18. Burgard, S., Danziger, S., Seefeld, K., Allard, S., Danziger, S. K., Engler, T., Gould-Werth, A., Kalousova, L., Pelak, S., & Wathen, M. (2012). Persisting hardships in southeast Michigan after the Great Recession. Policy Brief, 33. National Poverty Center, University of Michigan.
  19. Burgard, S. A., Kalousova, L., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2012). Perceived job insecurity and health: the Michigan Recession and Recovery Study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 54(9), 1101-1106.
  20. Burgard, S., Seefeldt, K. S., & Zelner, S. (2012). Housing instability and health: findings from the Michigan Recession and Recovery Study. Social Science and Medicine, 75(12), 2215-2224.
  21. Seefeldt, K. S. (2008). Working After Welfare: How Women Balance Jobs and Family in the Wake of Welfare Reform. Kalamazoo, MI: W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.
  22. Phinney, R., Danziger, S., Pollack, H., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2007). Housing instability among current and former welfare recipients. American Journal of Public Health, 97(5), 832-837.
  23. Turner, L., Danziger, S., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2006). Failing the transition from welfare to work: Women disconnected from work, welfare, and other sources of economic support. Social Science Quarterly, 87(2), 227-249.
  24. Cadena, B., Danziger, S., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2006). Measuring state welfare policy changes: Why don't they explain caseload and employment outcomes? Social Science Quarterly, 87(4), 808-817.
  25. Seefeldt, K. S., & Orzol, S. M. (2005). Watching the clock tick: Factors associated with TANF accumulation. Social Work Research, 29(4), 215-229.


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