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Family Policy: Constructed Solutions to Family Problems

Family Policy: Constructed Solutions to Family Problems

ISBN 9780761920939
Edition 1
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Publisher SAGE Publications, Inc
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Overview
Inc info:Although there are many edited books and readers on family policy, respected family policy expert Shirley Zimmerman offers the only single-authored core textbook to provide both students and instructors with a comprehensive and coherent introduction to the topic. She clearly and cogently guides students through the foundations, policy frameworks, and implications of policy decisions for family well-being, ending with a carefully considered set of conclusions and implications for policy practice.Features//Benefits: · Authoritative authorship. Shirley Zimmerman has had a long, distinguished career in the area of family policy and has written several previous books on the subject, including a best-seller for Sage, (Understanding Family Policy, now in a second edition). Her insights on family policy are widely valued and respected.· A broad rather than narrow approach to family policy gives instructors a comprehensive teaching tool for their courses and gives students a solid foundation for continuing their studies in this area.· Concrete illustrative examples bring the academic subject matter to life for students.· Study and thought questions at the end of each chapter help students test their comprehension of the material, deepen understanding of the subject matter, and spur classroom discussion.
Overview
Inc info:Although there are many edited books and readers on family policy, respected family policy expert Shirley Zimmerman offers the only single-authored core textbook to provide both students and instructors with a comprehensive and coherent introduction to the topic. She clearly and cogently guides students through the foundations, policy frameworks, and implications of policy decisions for family well-being, ending with a carefully considered set of conclusions and implications for policy practice.Features//Benefits: · Authoritative authorship. Shirley Zimmerman has had a long, distinguished career in the area of family policy and has written several previous books on the subject, including a best-seller for Sage, (Understanding Family Policy, now in a second edition). Her insights on family policy are widely valued and respected.· A broad rather than narrow approach to family policy gives instructors a comprehensive teaching tool for their courses and gives students a solid foundation for continuing their studies in this area.· Concrete illustrative examples bring the academic subject matter to life for students.· Study and thought questions at the end of each chapter help students test their comprehension of the material, deepen understanding of the subject matter, and spur classroom discussion.
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