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010    2010025153 
020    9780871546777 (alk. paper) 
020    0871546779 (alk. paper) 
020    9780871546982 (pbk.) 
020    0871546981 (pbk.) 
035    (OCoLC)646715958 
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245 00 Old assumptions, new realities :|beconomic security for 
       working families in the 21st century /|cRobert D. Plotnick
       ... [et al.] 
260    New York :|bRussell Sage Foundation,|cc2011 
300    xii, 257 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm 
500    "A West Coast Poverty Center volume." 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Old assumptions, new realities / Marcia K. Meyers, Robert 
       D. Plotnick and Jennifer Romich -- Policies to increase 
       economic security in the twenty-first century -- Working 
       families at risk : understanding and confronting the new 
       economic insecurity / Jacob S. Hacker -- Workforce 
       development and public policy : addressing new realities 
       in low-skill labor markets / Michael A. Stoll -- Creating 
       opportunity at the bottom : the role of skill development 
       and firm-level policies in improving outcomes for low-wage
       employees / Paul Osterman -- Asset-based policies and 
       financial services : toward fairness and inclusion / 
       Michael Sherraden -- Ensuring that Americans can succeed 
       at home and at work in a global economy / Jody Heymann and
       Alison Earle -- The new realities of delivering safety-net
       programs -- Nonprofit helping hands for the working poor :
       the new realities and challenges of today's safety net / 
       Scott W. Allard -- Reconstituting the safety net : new 
       principles and design elements to better support low-
       income workers / Jodi R. Sandfort 
520    The way Americans live and work has changed significantly 
       since the creation of the Social Security Administration 
       in 1935, but U.S. social welfare policy has failed to keep
       up with these changes. The model of the male breadwinner-
       led nuclear family has given way to diverse and often 
       complex family structures, more women in the workplace, 
       and nontraditional job arrangements. Old Assumptions, New 
       Realities identifies the tensions between twentieth-
       century social policy and twenty-first century realities 
       for working Americans and offers promising new reforms for
       ensuring social and economic security 
590    Lib. has: c2010.|5HS 
650  0 Working poor|zUnited States 
650  0 Social security|zUnited States 
651  0 United States|xSocial policy|y21st century 
700 1  Plotnick, Robert D 
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