Category: Social work
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No Room of Her Own: Women’s Stories of Homelessness, Life, Death, and Resistance
“As a form of social punishment, homelessness is far sterner in many respects than sentences handed out in court for most criminal offenses,” writes Desiree Hellegers, an associate professor of English and founding co-director of the Center...
Categories: Social work, Public affairs
Tags: Homelessness, Social justice
A Home for Every Child
At the end of the 19th century, adoption became part of a broader movement to reform the orphanage and poor farm system in the United States. In her most recent book, Patricia Susan Hart, who teaches journalism and American studies ...
Categories: Social work, Washington state history
Tags: Children, Adoption