2 edition of 1977 AFDC characteristics study found in the catalog.
1977 AFDC characteristics study
Judith V. Olmstead
by State of Washington, Dept. of Social and Health Services, Analysis and Information Services Division, Office of Research in Olympia, Wash
Written in English
|Other titles||1977 A.F.D.C. characteristics study.|
|Statement||Judith V. Olmstead, Douglas Hink.|
|LC Classifications||HV699 .O44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||80620042|
Federal income tax reform is the central topic of this survey. Respondents were asked for their opinions on the following: the amount of tax they pay, difficulties in filling out the tax forms, the importance of simplifying the tax system and/or making it fairer, President Reagan's proposal to simplify the system, and the impact of the reform proposal on the amount of tax the respondent would. Poverty Characteristics of Respondent's County ()/SMSA of Residence (): Based on data from the , , , , and County & City Data Books, variables such as percent of families with money income below the poverty level, number of persons below the poverty level, and families with female heads of household below the poverty level are available for each .
AFDC program. The AFDC-UP program was made optional to the states, with ﬁnancing at the same rate as in basic AFDC, and twenty-ﬁve states had created and operated such programs by the end of the decade. The next major change in the program occurred in when Congress, concerned with work incentives in the program, lowered the nominal tax. federally administered means-tested programs "Means-tested" programs provide benefits to those whose income and financial resources meet certain requirements. More than eighty benefit programs provide cash and/or noncash aid to individuals who meet certain low-income qualifications in the United States.
Linda Gordon writes in her book, Women, the State, and Welfare, the following about how women and work are viewed in our society. There is a double stan4ard of welfare provision for men and women. One source of this differential treatment is our gender system, including norms that women, especially mothers, should be primarily domestic and. 7. When a study in Muncie, Indiana, was repeated in , it found that respondents a. judged those who failed more harshly. b. were more sympathetic with failure. c. had about the same attitudes as respondents. d. were more critical of those who had great wealth. e. were much more desirous of material success.
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Get this from a library. Aid to families with dependent children: recipient characteristics study. [United States. Social Security Administration.
Office of Research and Statistics.;]. AFDC Characteristics Code Book Var_Nam Var_desc Var_year location width Type UNIT_ID Unit Identifier(Sequential number) 1 6 U 1 Minimum Maximum STATE State code (FIPS) 7 2 U 01 ALABAMA 02 ALASKA 04 ARIZONA 05 ARKANSAS 06 CALIFORNIA 08 COLORADO 09 CONNECTICUT 10 DELAWARE 11 DIST.
OF COL. 12 FLORIDA 13 GEORGIA 15 HAWAII Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) was established by the Social Security Act of as a grant program to enable states to provide cash welfare payments for needy children who had been deprived of parental support or care because their father or mother is absent from the home, incapacitated, deceased, or unemployed.
All 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam. Characteristics of AFDC Recipients upon First Enrollment, Overview of entitlement programs: green book. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office,p.Table TRIM2 uses a profit equation to select AFDC participants from among eligible units on the basis of such characteristics as expected benefit level plus several parameters that are adjusted over the course of several runs so that simulated participants approximate caseloads by state and several characteristics of the national caseload.
Hendricks and Holden, while successful in identifying these shortcomings, did not indicate their likely source. Holden's () study was restricted to an analysis of DYNASIM's estimates of earnings histories for white females, including the decision to work, the number of.
The study described in this article investigated whether family background characteristics and self-esteem and self-efficacy measured early in life related to welfare use in young adulthood. O'Neill and Hill have shown that a 50 percent increase in monthly AFDC and food stamp benefit levels will lead to a 75 percent increase in the number of mothers with children enrolling in.
Characteristics of children in substitute and adoptive care. Washington, DC: Voluntary Cooperative Information System, American Public Welfare Association.
Tatara, T., and Pettiford, E. Characteristics of children in substitute and adoptive care. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly and commonly known as the Food Stamp Program, provides food-purchasing assistance for low- and no-income people living in the United is a federal aid program, administered by the United States Department of Agriculture, under the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS), though benefits are distributed by each U.S.
state's. States, for the first time, to make AFDC available intact families. AFDC eligibility requirements continued to change during the ’s. InStates were allowed to extend the maximum age of eligibility for children from 17 to 20 years if the child was attending high school or. AFDC women) but that men in the control group got jobs just as quickly, sometimes using other programs in the community but often on their own.
Table shows how this worked. The outcome data in column 1 provide some support for our initial (mistaken) hunch that.
The second major source of data for this study is the Medicaid Program Characteristics File, which contains State-level Medicaid program data for 49 States and the District of Columbia. A final source of data is the Area Resource File (ARF).
ARF contains approximately 5, items of information for each of the 3, U.S. counties. Survey of Demographic and Economic Characteristics of the Aged, inclusive dates: -coverage dates: - 47 FY 4th Quarter Surveys of Recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), inclusive dates: - 47 FY 2nd Quarter.
While custody is awarded to mothers in about 90% of cases, most often this has been agreed upon by the couple or the mother has custody by default.
However, one study found that 2/3 of the fathers who requested sole physical custody received it. The analysis uses linked files from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, the and U.S.
Censuses, and County and City Data Book data from to to determine AFDC exit probabilities. The results indicate that being low-skilled and living within one of the largest U.S. cities dramatically decreases the likelihood of exit from AFDC Cited by: 9.
In Aprilparticipation topped half a million. (Actual participation waspeople.) Participation topped 1 million in March2 million in October3 million in February4 million in February5 million one month later in March6 million two months later in May10 million in Februaryand 15 million in October The War on Poverty was a major social policy initiative that has had lasting positive effects on the poor in the United States.
The programs created in the s and early s established the framework for the modern social safety net, and subsequent expansions of many of those programs have increased assistance to the poor to historic levels Cited by: The effect of the AFDC guarantee on the number of years of schooling children completed by is examined with longitudinal survey data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics.
The findings indicate that higher AFDC guarantees available to children following the separation of their parents are associated with higher educational by: Aid to Families With Dependent Children: Initial Findings of the Report on the Characteristics of Recipients by ROBERT H.
MUGGE* More thanfamilies, including about million children, are receiving jinancial support under the program of aid to families with dependent children. Miseducating Teachers about the Poor: A Critical Analysis of Ruby Payne's Claims about Poverty by Randy Bomer, Joel E.
Dworin, Laura May & Peggy Semingson - Background/Context: This is the first research study to examine the content basis of Payne's in-service teacher education program, A Framework for Understanding Poverty, though others who have reviewed the book have agreed with .CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF READING Technical Report No.
EFFECTS OF THE READER'S SCHEMA AT DIFFERENT POINTS IN TIME Richard C. Anderson James W. Pichert Larry L. Shirey University of Illinois April University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 51 Gerty Drive Champaign, Illinois Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.months. For the AFDC target group, additional criteria applied: (3) no child age less than six years; and (4) on AFDC for at least 30 of the last 36 months.
From April to Augustthe NSW demonstration operated as a randomized experiment in 10 of its 15 cities, including eight sites serving AFDC women. Along with the.