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Description Inspired by the political interventions of feminist women of color and Foucauldian social theory, Anna Marie Smith explores the scope and structure of the child support enforcement, family cap, marriage promotion, and abstinence education measures that are embedded within contemporary United States welfare policy.

Presenting original legal research and drawing from historical sources, social theory, and normative frameworks, the author argues that these measures violate the rights of poor mothers. Drawing on several historical precedents the author shows that welfare policy has consistently constructed the sexual conduct of the racialized poor mother as one of its primary disciplinary targets.

The book concludes with a vigorous and detailed critique of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's support for welfare reform law and an outline of a progressive feminist approach to poverty policy. Public Law Mark Elliott. Codependent No More Melody Beattie. Child Protection Freda Briggs. Principles of Trauma Therapy Catherine Scott.

Signs of Safety Steve Edwards. Supervision in the Helping Professions Robin Shohet.

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Presenting original legal research and drawing from historical sources, social theory, and normative frameworks, the author argues that these measures violate the rights of poor mothers. Drawing on several historical precedents the author shows that welfare policy has consistently constructed the sexual conduct of the racialized poor mother as one of its primary disciplinary targets.

Inspired by the political interventions of feminist women of color and Foucauldian social theory, Anna Marie Smith explores the scope and structure of the child support enforcement, family cap, marriage promotion, and abstinence education measures that are embedded within contemporary United States welfare policy. The first half of the twentieth century witnessed a wave of Filipino immigration to the United States, following in the footsteps of earlier Chinese and Japanese immigrants, the first and second "Asiatic invasions.

Rick Baldoz explores the complex relationship between Filipinos and the U. He reveals how American practices of racial exclusion repeatedly collided with the imperatives of U. A unique portrait of the Filipino American experience, The Third Asiatic Invasion links the Filipino experience to that of Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, Chinese and Native Americans, among others, revealing how the politics of exclusion played out over time against different population groups.

Weaving together an impressive range of materialsincluding newspapers, government reports, legal documents and archival sourcesinto a seamless narrative, Baldoz illustrates how the quixotic status of Filipinos played a significant role in transforming the politics of race, immigration and nationality in the United States.

Welfare Reform and Sexual Regulation

Table Of Content 1. From paternafare to marriage promotion: The ideological construction of paternafare; 3. Comparing paternafare and the caregiver's entitlement; 4. Welfare reform, reproductive heterosexuality, and marriage; 5. From enslaved 'broodmare' to 'welfare queen': Welfare reform and the changing logic of governance; 7. Welfare reform and feminist politics.