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[美]约翰·L.杰克逊(John L. Jackson, Jr.) 吴杨   社会科学文献出版社  2019-05 出版
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历届美国总统选举都是新闻媒体追逐的焦点,美国大选不只是简单的选举制度,更是美国的社会问题与日益突出的社会矛盾的集中显现。本书正是在这样的背景下从美国社会现象,尤其是诸如无家可归、大规模监禁、枪支政策等社会热点问题入手,对照社会政策的演变历史、政策经验及存在的问题依次展开,以社会公平为标准,探讨美国社会政策的制定过程及优化建议,使读者能够深入了解当前美国的社会问题及社会政策的演进,透过党派之争的迷雾,看到美国社会问题的产生根源。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 引言 这不仅是社会政策,还事关社会公正
    1. 致谢
  • 第一章 现在,结束无家可归的现象
    1. 纵向研究设定了“无家可归”的范围和流动情况
    2. 将住房、服务和需求匹配起来的循证项目
    3. 国会和美国住房与城市发展部建立了国家数据库来追踪进度
    4. 奥巴马总统和国会致力于终结退伍军人无家可归现象
    5. 规模化的保障性住房即将到来
    6. 现在就给我们住房!
  • 第二章 大规模监禁:谁有风险?该怎么做?
    1. 监禁在美国的发展趋势:谁有风险
    2. 结束大规模监禁:我们应该做些什么
  • 第三章 应该谴责社会工作者,还是社会工作中的官僚体制?
    1. 社会工作中的官僚体制
    2. 解决方法
    3. 您如何参与进来
  • 第四章 物质滥用、监禁和无家可归
    1. 监禁、无家可归和危险行为:研究证据
    2. 阻碍有效解决方案的因素
    3. 明确一个多层面的解决方案
    4. 结论
  • 第五章 寄养之后,去哪里呢?
    1. 经历的比较
    2. 为什么独立生活并不奏效呢
    3. 概念重建
    4. 展望未来:一项有发展前景的实践
  • 第六章 城市中“食品荒漠”的现状以及低收入食品购买者的需求
    1. 对“食品荒漠”的迷恋
    2. 我们对低收入社区食物购买和食品环境的了解
    3. 政策方面的考量
  • 第七章 您做什么工作?
    1. 过分强调工作不利于劳动者
    2. 过分强调劳动力市场里的工作不利于社会
    3. 改变我们的“工作”形式:“后工作社会”和民间劳力
    4. 公民货币
    5. “工作社会”并没有提供足够的工作机会
    6. 在“后工作社会”里工作
  • 第八章 强制性精神治疗并不能阻止暴力惨剧的发生
    1. 什么是《协助门诊治疗法案》?
    2. 《协助门诊治疗法案》并不见效
    3. 实施《协助门诊治疗法案》既艰难又昂贵
    4. 《协助门诊治疗法案》侵犯了精神病患者的公民权
    5. 《协助门诊治疗法案》加剧了精神病患者的污名化
    6. 《协助门诊治疗法案》阻止了精神病患者接受需要的治疗
    7. 《协助门诊治疗法案》拿走了某些群体需要的服务
    8. 志愿治疗是一种更为有效的方式
    9. 结论
  • 第九章 超越非好即坏的世界观
  • 第十章 儿童福利和贫困
    1. 解决贫困问题的美国模式的形成
    2. 贫困与虐待儿童之间的联系
    3. 法律对于虐待儿童和贫困的回应
    4. 有发展前景的项目和政策
  • 第十一章 教育改革
    1. 美国教育政策历史与学校改革的不足
    2. 全面地思考教育
    3. 两个例子
    4. 结束语:全面的教育政策,全国势在必行
  • 第十二章 从贫困到幸福
    1. 为什么我们需要一种全新的衡量贫困的方法?
    2. 不只是消费
    3. 基于社区的社会福祉衡量
    4. 利用幸福感来推动社区改革
  • 撰稿人简介
  • 译后记
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