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School of Social Work Research Publications for Sandra K. Danziger

  1. Danziger, S. K., & Danziger, S. (2009). Child poverty and antipoverty policies in the United States: Lessons from research and cross-national policies. In S. B. Kamerman, S. Phipps, & J. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), From Child Welfare to Child Well-Being: An International Perspective on Knowledge in the Service of Policy Making 255-292. New York: Springer.
  2. Danziger, S. K. (2009). [Review of the book Destinies of the disadvantaged: The politics of teen childbearing]. Social Service Review, 83(1), 133-136.
  3. Danziger, S. & Danziger S. K. (2009). The U.S. social safety net and poverty: Lessons learned and promising approaches. In M. J. Bane & R. Zenteno (Eds.), Poverty and Poverty Reduction Strategies: Mexican and International Experience 233-261. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  4. Danziger, S. K., & Staller, K. M. (2008). Social problems: Overview. In T. Mizrahi & L. Davis (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Work (20th ed.). NASW and Oxford.
  5. Danziger, S. K. (2008). [Review of the book Putting poor people to work: How the work-first idea eroded college access for the poor]. Political Science Quarterly, 123(3), 518-519.
  6. Danziger, S. K. & Danziger, S. (2008). Child poverty in economic and public policy contexts. In S. Neuman (Ed.), Educating the Other America: Top Experts Tackle Poverty, Literacy, and Achievement in our Schools 19-34. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
  7. Danziger, S. K. (2007). Fixing poor support: A review essay. Social Service Review, 81(3), 551-556.
  8. Nam, Y., Meezan, W., & Danziger, S. K. (2006). Welfare recipients' involvement with child protective services after welfare reform. Child Abuse and Neglect, 30(11), 1181-1199.
  9. Danziger, S., & Danziger S. K. (2006). Poverty, race, and anti-poverty policy before and after Hurricane Katrina. Du Bois Review, 3(1), 23-36.
  10. Danziger, S. K. (2005). [Review of the book American Dream: Three women, ten kids, and a nation's drive to end welfare]. Social Service Review, 79(4), 732-735.
  11. Kaplan, G., Siefert, K., Ranjit, N., Raghunathan, T., Young, E., & Tran, D. (2005). The health of poor women under welfare reform. American Journal of Public Health, 95(7), 1252-1258.
  12. Henly, J. R., Danziger, S. K., & Offer, S. (2005). The contribution of social support to the material well-being of low-income families. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 67(1), 122-140.
  13. Danziger, S. K. (2004). [Review of the book American Dream: Three women, ten kids, and a nation's drive to end welfare]. Michigan Family Review, 9(1), 51.
  14. Danziger, S. K., Ananat, E. O., & Browning, K. (2004). Child care subsidies and the transition from welfare to work. Family Relations, 53(2), 219-228.
  15. Corcoran, M., Danziger, S. K., & Tolman, R. (2004). Long term employment of African-American and white welfare recipients and the role of persistent health and mental health problems. Women and Health, 39(4), 21-40.
  16. Kalil, A., Dunifon, R., & Danziger, S. K. (2004). Does maternal employment mandated by welfare reform affect children's behavior? In G. J. Duncan, & P. L. Chase-Lansdale (Eds.), For Better and For Worse: Welfare Reform and the Well-being of Children and Families 154-178. New York: Russell Sage Publications.
  17. Danziger, S. K. & Kalil, A. (2003). Welfare reform: Effects of TANF on family well-being. In F. Jacobs, D. Wertleib, & R. Lerner (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Developmental Science: Promoting Positive Child, Adolescent, and Family Development through Research, Policies, and Programs: Enhancing The Life Chances of Youth and Families, 2, 395-420. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  18. Seefeldt, K. S., Danziger, S., & Danziger, S. K. (2003). Michigan's welfare system. In C. Ballard, P. N. Courant, D. C. Drake, R. C. Fisher, & E. R. Gerber (Eds.), Michigan at the Millenium 351-370. Lansing: Michigan State University Press.
  19. Dunifon, R., Kalil, A., & Danziger, S. K. (2003). Maternal work behavior under welfare reform: How does the transition from welfare to work affect child development? Children and Youth Services Review, 25(1/2), 55-82.
  20. Danziger, S. K. (2002). Can welfare-to-work programs significantly reduce poverty levels? Yes. In H. Karger, J. Midgley, & B. Brown (Eds.), Controversial Issues in Social Policy (2nd ed.). 66-71. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.
  21. Danziger, S. K., & Seefeldt, K. S. (2002). Barriers to employment and the 'hard to serve': Implications for services, sanctions, and time limits. Focus, 22(1), 76-81.
  22. Danziger, S. K. (2001). Why some women fail to achieve economic security: Low job skills and mental health problems are key barriers. The Forum, 4(2), 1-3.
  23. Danziger, S. K., Carlson, M. J., & Henly, J. R. (2001). Post-welfare employment and psychological well-being. Women and Health, 32(1/2), 47-78.
  24. Waldfogel, J., Danziger, S. K., Danziger, S., & Seefeldt, K. (2001). Welfare reform and lone mothers' employment in the U.S.: Lessons from the states. In J. Millar, & K. Rowlingson (Eds.), Lone Parents, Employment and Social Policy: Cross-National Comparisons 37-60. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.
  25. Danziger, S. K., Corcoran, M., Danziger, S., & Heflin, C. (2000). Work, income and material hardship after welfare reform. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 34(1), 6-30.


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