By Bette L. Bottoms, Margaret Bull Kovera, Bradley D. McAuliff
This research integrates social technology examine, social coverage, and criminal research relating to young ones and the legislations. It presents the main state-of-the-art details to be had on themes akin to baby abuse, kid's eyewitness testimony, divorce and custody, juvenile crime, and kid's rights. the quantity is a crucial source for researchers, lawyers, judges, coverage makers, legislators, and psychological future health, social provider, and police pros.
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Edu. 15 16 Wilcox, Colman, and Wyatt policy makers with the data necessary to discern the impact of welfare reform on the well-being of children in low-income families. THE ROAD TO WELFARE REFORM The Aid to Families with Dependent Children program (AFDC; originally called the Aid to Dependent Children program), which was the primary cash welfare program between 1935 and 1996, provided cash welfare payments for children who were needy because their mother or father was absent from the home, was deceased, or was unemployed and thus unable to provide economic support or care.
The Clinton administration (and prior administrations dating back to 1962) held the authority to grant states permission to depart from the standard AFDC program, and many states were granted waivers to experiment with a variety of options. Many of the states created a set of carrot-and-stick incentives and disincentives that served as models for the provisions ultimately enacted in the PRWORA. ” The core provision of the new law did just that. It abolished the AFDC open-ended entitlement program and replaced it with a state block grant program: the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block Grant Program (TANF).
However, the increased collection may also increase the amount of contact the noncustodial parent has with the children and the former spouse (Furstenberg, Morgan, & Allison, 1987); this contact may take various forms and may be beneficial or detrimental for the children. The research on the effects on children of contact with noncustodial parents comes mainly from the field of divorce research and has been relatively consistent: Positive, supportive contact is consistently associated with more positive outcomes, and negative contact (characterized by strained relationships and interactions and/or increased conflict with the custodial parent) is consistently associated with more negative outcomes (Amato, 1993, 2001; Emery, 1982; Hess & Camara, 1979; Hetherington, 1993).