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Regulating the Poor: The Functions of Public Welfare.
A switch system for connecting any one of a plurality of transmitters to any one of a plurality of antennas by providing a base structure on which identical module switch elements, made of conductive… Expand
Why Americans Still Don't Vote: And Why Politicians Want It That Way
Globalization, American Politics, and Welfare Policy
- F. F. Piven
- 1 September 2001
The welfare state is under attack in all of the rich countries where it flourished over the course of the twentieth century. Rollbacks are said to be imperative. The big argument for why this is so… Expand
Collective protest: A critique of resource mobilization theory
Over the last two decades, “resource mobilization” (RM) analysts have emphasized the importance of institutional continuities between conventional social life and collective protest.1 There is much… Expand