Not for the Poor Alone

European Social Services

Alfred J. Kahn and Sheila B. Kamerman

cloth EAN: 978-0-87722-045-9 (ISBN: 0-87722-045-X)
$14.95, Sep 75, Out of Stock Unavailable
197 pp


"An absorbing first-hand appraisal of innovative government programs that have developed in Western Europe over the past several decades to improve the quality of life. The European 'middle way' warrants close analysis."
Library Journal


Reviews

"Should be read by all those involved in planning at any level of government. It is invaluable to citizens' groups and to educational institutions which teach and conduct research in the human services disciplines."
Social Service Review


About the Author(s)

Alfred J. Kahn is Project Director of cross-national Studies of Social Service Systems at the Columbia University School of Social Work. He also teaches social policy and social planning at the Columbia University School of Social Work. Most recently, he has edited Shaping the New Social Work and written Social Policy and Social Services and two companion volumes, Theory and Practice of Social Planning and Studies in Social Policy and Planning.

Sheila B. Kamerman is Associate Director of cross-national Studies of Social Service Systems at the Columbia University School of Social Work. They have previously collaborated, along with Brenda G. McGowan, on Child Advocacy.


Subject Categories

Political Science and Public Policy

 

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