REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

References

Corcoran, Mary 1995 Rags to rags: Poverty and mobility in the United States. Annual Review of Sociology 21:237-267.


Duncan, Greg J., and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, eds. in press Growing Up Poor: Consequences for Children. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Duncan, Greg J., and Wei-Jun Yeung 1995 Extent and consequences of welfare dependence among America's children. Children and Youth Services Review 17(1/2):157-182.


Edin, Kathryn J. 1995 The myths of welfare dependence and self-sufficiency: Women, welfare, and low-wage work. Focus 17(2)1-8. Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison.


Furstenberg, Frank F., Jr., with Saul D. Hoffman and E. Michael Foster 1993 Reevaluating the costs of teenage childbearing: Response to Geronimus and Korenman. Demography 30(2):291-296.


Geronimus, Arline T., and Sanders Korenman 1992 The socioeconomic consequences of teen childbearing reconsidered. Quarterly Journal of Economics 107:1187-1214.

Greenberg, Mark 1993 Beyond Stereotypes: What State AFDC Studies on Length of Stay Tell Us About Welfare as a "Way of Life." Washington, D.C.: Center for Law and Social Policy.


Harris, Kathleen Mullan 1994 Life After Welfare: Women, Work, and Repeat Dependency. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 5-9.

1993 Work and welfare among single mothers in poverty. American Journal of Sociology 99(2) (September):317-352.

Haveman, Robert, and Barbara Wolfe 1995 The determinants of children's attainments: A review of methods and findings. Journal of Economic Literature 33(December):1829-1878.

Hill, Martha S., and Greg J. Duncan 1987 Parental family income and the socioeconomic attainment of children. Social Science Research 16:39-73.

Hoffman, Saul D., E. Michael Foster, and Frank Furstenberg 1993 Reevaluating the costs of teenage childbearing: Response to Geronimus and Korenman. Demography 30(2):291-296.


Mayer, Susan in press What Money Can't Buy: Family Income and Children's Life Chances. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Moore, Kristin A., and Anne K. Driscoll 1996 Deprivation or Dependency: Is it Depth and Duration of Poverty or Welfare? Paper prepared for the Population Association of America meetings, May 1996, New Orleans, and at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C.

Moore, Kristin A., Martha J. Zaslow, Mary Jo Coiro, Suzanne M. Miller, and Ellen B. Magenheim 1996 The JOBS Child Outcomes Study: Overview Briefing. A report for the Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation. Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C.


Pavetti, LaDonna A. 1993 The Dynamics of Welfare and Work: Exploring the Process by Which Women Work Their Way Off Welfare. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.



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New Findings on Welfare and Children's Development: Summary of a Research Briefing REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY References Corcoran, Mary 1995 Rags to rags: Poverty and mobility in the United States. Annual Review of Sociology 21:237-267. Duncan, Greg J., and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, eds. in press Growing Up Poor: Consequences for Children. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Duncan, Greg J., and Wei-Jun Yeung 1995 Extent and consequences of welfare dependence among America's children. Children and Youth Services Review 17(1/2):157-182. Edin, Kathryn J. 1995 The myths of welfare dependence and self-sufficiency: Women, welfare, and low-wage work. Focus 17(2)1-8. Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Furstenberg, Frank F., Jr., with Saul D. Hoffman and E. Michael Foster 1993 Reevaluating the costs of teenage childbearing: Response to Geronimus and Korenman. Demography 30(2):291-296. Geronimus, Arline T., and Sanders Korenman 1992 The socioeconomic consequences of teen childbearing reconsidered. Quarterly Journal of Economics 107:1187-1214. Greenberg, Mark 1993 Beyond Stereotypes: What State AFDC Studies on Length of Stay Tell Us About Welfare as a "Way of Life." Washington, D.C.: Center for Law and Social Policy. Harris, Kathleen Mullan 1994 Life After Welfare: Women, Work, and Repeat Dependency. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 5-9. 1993 Work and welfare among single mothers in poverty. American Journal of Sociology 99(2) (September):317-352. Haveman, Robert, and Barbara Wolfe 1995 The determinants of children's attainments: A review of methods and findings. Journal of Economic Literature 33(December):1829-1878. Hill, Martha S., and Greg J. Duncan 1987 Parental family income and the socioeconomic attainment of children. Social Science Research 16:39-73. Hoffman, Saul D., E. Michael Foster, and Frank Furstenberg 1993 Reevaluating the costs of teenage childbearing: Response to Geronimus and Korenman. Demography 30(2):291-296. Mayer, Susan in press What Money Can't Buy: Family Income and Children's Life Chances. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. Moore, Kristin A., and Anne K. Driscoll 1996 Deprivation or Dependency: Is it Depth and Duration of Poverty or Welfare? Paper prepared for the Population Association of America meetings, May 1996, New Orleans, and at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C. Moore, Kristin A., Martha J. Zaslow, Mary Jo Coiro, Suzanne M. Miller, and Ellen B. Magenheim 1996 The JOBS Child Outcomes Study: Overview Briefing. A report for the Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation. Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C. Pavetti, LaDonna A. 1993 The Dynamics of Welfare and Work: Exploring the Process by Which Women Work Their Way Off Welfare. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

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New Findings on Welfare and Children's Development: Summary of a Research Briefing 1996 Time on Welfare and Welfare Dependency: Statement. Hearings before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Human Resources, May 23. Urban Institute, Washington, D.C. Polit, Denise F. 1996 Self-Administered Teacher Questionnaire in the New Chance 42-Month Survey. Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation, New York. Rank, Mark 1996 Welfare Use Across Generations: Dynamics and Determinants. Paper presented at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University. Rosenzweig, Mark R. 1995 Welfare, Marital Prospects and Nonmarital Childbearing. Paper presented at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania. Sameroff, Arnold, Ronald Seifer, Ralph Barocas, Melvin Zax, and Stanley Greenspan 1987 Intelligence quotient scores of 4-year-old children: Social and environmental risk factors. Pediatrics 79:343-350. Santiago, Anna M. 1995 Intergenerational and program-induced effects of welfare dependency: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth. Journal of Family and Economic Resources 16(2/3):281-306. Schulz, Sharon, and Aletha Huston 1996 The New Hope Demonstration. Paper presented at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. New Hope Project, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Smith, Judith R., Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Kyunghee Lee 1996 Welfare and Work: Complementary Strategies for Low-Income Mothers? Paper presented at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. Center for Children and Families, Teachers College, Columbia University. Social Research and Demonstration Corporation 1992 Self-Sufficiency Project Overview. Social Research and Demonstration Corporation, Ontario, Canada. Urban Institute 1996 Assessing the New Federalism: Project Overview. The Urban Institute, Washington, D.C. Yeung, Wei-Jun, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Greg J. Duncan, and Judith Smith 1996 Does Parental Welfare Dependence Harm Children? Paper presented at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Zaslow, Martha, Kristin Moore, Mary Jo Coiro, and Donna Ruane Morrison 1994 Programs to Enhance the Self-Sufficiency of Welfare Families: Pathways of Effects on Young Children. Paper presented at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, December 5-6, 1994. Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C. Further Reading on Income and Poverty Aber, Lawrence J., Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Rebecca A. Maynard 1995 Effects of welfare reform on teenage parents and their children. The Future of Children 5(2)(Summer/Fall 1995):53-71. Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, eds. 1995 Escape from Poverty: What Makes a Difference for Children. New York: Cambridge University Press.

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New Findings on Welfare and Children's Development: Summary of a Research Briefing Citro, Constance A., and Robert T. Michael, eds. 1995 Measuring Poverty: A New Approach. Panel on Poverty and Family Assistance: Concepts, Information Needs and Measurement Methods, Committee on National Statistics, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Danziger, Sheldon, Timothy M. Smeeding, and Lee Rainwater 1995 The Western Welfare State in the 1990's: Toward a New Model of Antipoverty Policy for Families with Children. Working paper #128. Department of Economics, Syracuse University. Duncan, Greg J., Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Pamela Klebanov 1994 Economic deprivation and early childhood development. Child Development 65:296-318. Duncan, Greg J., Wei-Jun Yeung, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Judith Smith 1996 Does Childhood Poverty Affect the Life Chances of Children? Unpublished paper. Department of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University. Edin, Kathryn 1994 The Myths of Dependence and Self-Sufficiency: Women, Welfare and Low-Wage Work. Working paper #67. Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers, N.J. Edin, Kathryn, and Christopher Jencks 1992 Reforming welfare. Pp. 204-234 in Christopher Jencks, ed., Rethinking Social Policy: Race, Poverty, and the Underclass. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. Edin, Kathryn, and Laura Lein 1996 Making Ends Meet: How Single Mothers Survive Welfare and Low-Wage Work. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Hartmann, Heidi 1992 Combining Work and Welfare: An Alternative Anti-Poverty Strategy. Washington, D.C.: Institute for Women's Policy Research. Hofferth, Sandra, and Wei-Jun J. Yeung 1996 Family Adaptations to Economic Loss. Paper presented at research briefing, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, April 11-12, 1996. Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Lehman, Jeffrey S., and Timothy M. Smeeding in press Neighborhood effects and federal police. In J. Brooks-Gunn, G.J. Duncan, and J.L. Aber, eds., Neighborhood Poverty: Context and Consequences for Children. Six Studies of Children in Families in Neighborhoods (Volume 1). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Moore, Kristin A., Donna Ruane Morrison, Martha Zaslow, and Dana A. Glei 1995 Ebbing and Flowing, Learning and Growing: Family Economic Resources and Children's Development. Unpublished paper. Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Early Child Care Research Network 1996 Infant Child Care and Attachment Security: Results of the NICHD Study of Early Child Care. Paper presented at International Conference on Infant Studies, NICHD Early Child Care Research Network, Providence, R.I. Phillips, Deborah, and Anne Bridgman, eds. 1995 New Findings on Children, Families, and Economic Self-Sufficiency: Summary of a Research Briefing. Board on Children and Families, National Research Council/Institute of Medicine. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Rainwater, Lee, and Timothy M. Smeeding 1995 Doing Poorly: The Real Income of American Children in a Comparative Perspective. Working paper #127. Department of Economics, Syracuse University. Smith, Sheila, ed. 1995 Two-Generation Programs for Families in Poverty: A New Intervention Strategy. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corp.

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New Findings on Welfare and Children's Development: Summary of a Research Briefing BOARD ON CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES SHELDON H. WHITE (Chair), Department of Psychology, Harvard University JACK P. SHONKOFF (Vice Chair), Heller Graduate School, Brandeis University DAVID V.B. BRITT, Children's Television Workshop, New York City LARRY BUMPASS, Center for Demography and Ecology, University of Wisconsin FERNANDO A. GUERRA, San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, Texas BERNARD GUYER, Department of Maternal and Child Health, Johns Hopkins University ALETHA C. HUSTON, Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas, Austin RENEE JENKINS, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Howard University Hospital SARA MCLANAHAN, Office of Population Research, Princeton University ROBERT MICHAEL, Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago PAUL NEWACHECK, Institute of Health Policy Studies and Department of Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco MARTHA PHILLIPS, The Concord Coalition, Washington, D.C. JULIUS B. RICHMOND, Department of Social Medicine, Harvard University Medical School TIMOTHY M. SANDOS, TCI Central, Inc., Denver, Colorado DEBORAH STIPEK, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Los Angeles DIANA TAYLOR, Women's Health Program, Department of Family Health Care Nursing, University of California, San Francisco GAIL WILENSKY, Project Hope, Bethesda, Maryland EVAN CHARNEY (Liaison), Council, Institute of Medicine RUTH T. GROSS (Liaison), Board on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Institute of Medicine ELEANOR E. MACCOBY (Liaison), Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education DEBORAH A. PHILLIPS, Executive Director ANNE BRIDGMAN, Program Officer for Communications DRUSILLA BARNES, Administrative Associate STACEY RELKIN, Project Assistant

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New Findings on Welfare and Children's Development: Summary of a Research Briefing PARTICIPANTS, RESEARCH BRIEFING ON WELFARE AND CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT J. LAWRENCE ABER, National Center for Children in Poverty, Columbia University CAROL BARON, Virginia Department of Social Services JEANNE BROOKS-GUNN, enter for Children and Families, Teachers College, Columbia University THOMAS CORBETT, Department of Social Work, University of Wisconsin SANDRA DANZIGER, School of Social Work, University of Michigan ANNE DRISCOLL, Chid Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C. GREG DUNCAN, Department of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University JEFF EVANS, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development PETER GOTTSCHALK, Department of Economics, Boston College RON HASKINS, U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee, Subcommittee on Human Resources SANDRA HOFFERTH, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan DOUGLAS HOWARD, Iowa Department of Human Services ALETHA HUSTON, Department of Human Development and Family Life, University of Kansas DONNA JENCKES, Vermont Department of Social Welfare CHUCK JOHNSON, Minnesota Department of Human Services ROBERT LOVELL, Michigan Department of Social Services REBECCA MAYNARD, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania SARA MCLANAHAN, Office of Population Research, Princeton University STEPHEN MINNICH, Oregon Department of Adult and Family Services CHERYL MITCHELL, Vermont Agency of Human Services KRISTIN MOORE, Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C. DENISE POLIT, Humanalysis, Saratoga Spring, N.Y. MARK RANK, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University HOWARD ROLSTON, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services MARY JANE ROSE, Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitation Services MARK ROSENSWEIG, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania WERNER SCHINK, California Department of Social Services SHARON SCHULZ, The New Hope Project, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisc.

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New Findings on Welfare and Children's Development: Summary of a Research Briefing TIMOTHY SMEEDING, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University JUDITH SMITH, Center for Children and Families, Teachers College, Columbia University DANIEL SPARKS, Iowa Department of Human Services ERIN SULLIVAN SUTTON, Minnesota Department of Human Services RICHARD VEEVERS, Statistics Canada, Ottawa DONALD E. WINSTEAD, Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitation Services WEI-JUN J. YEUNG, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan MARTHA ZASLOW, Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C.

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New Findings on Welfare and Children's Development: Summary of a Research Briefing Other Reports from the Board on Children, Youth, and Families Youth Development and Neighborhood Influences: Challenges and Opportunities: Summary of a Workshop (1996) Paying Attention to Children in a Changing Health Care System: Summaries of Workshops (with the Board on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention of the Institute of Medicine) (1996) Beyond the Blueprint: Directions for Research on Head Start's Families: Report of Three Roundtable Meetings (1996) Child Care for Low-Income Families: Directions for Research: Summary of a Workshop (1996) Service Provider Perspectives on Family Violence Interventions: Proceedings of a Workshop (1995) "Immigrant Children and Their Families: Issues for Research and Policy" in The Future of Children (1995) Integrating Federal Statistics on Children (with the Committee on National Statistics of the National Research Council) (1995) Child Care for Low-Income Families: Summary of Two Workshops (1995) New Findings on Children, Families, and Economic Self-Sufficiency: Summary of a Research Briefing (1995) The Impact of War on Child Health in the Countries of the Former Yugoslavia: A Workshop Summary (with the Institute of Medicine and the Office of International Affairs of the National Research Council) (1995) Cultural Diversity and Early Education: Report of a Workshop (1994) Benefits and Systems of Care for Maternal and Child Health: Workshop Highlights (with the Board on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention of the Institute of Medicine) (1994) Protecting and Improving the Quality of Children Under Health Care Reform: Workshop Highlights (with the Board on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention of the Institute of Medicine) (1994) America's Fathers and Public Policy: Report of a Workshop (1994) Violence and the American Family: Report of a Workshop (1994)

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