Winter 2014 Features:
Poor and Suburban - Suburban poverty is on the rise, and with it comes a unique set of problems and opportunities.
Deep Impact - SSA’s doctoral students are producing rigorous, original research—just like graduates have been doing for nearly 100 years.
A Motivational Mixture - A number of new substance abuse treatment methods rethink how counselors help clients move to sobriety.
- Viewpoint: From the Dean - At the Forefront
- Conversation - Reaching Fathers
- The Power of One - An innovative website makes philanthropy personal
- Knowledge is Power - Social service referral website wins Social New Venture Challenge
- Change of Course - How do child welfare workers support the well-being of kids?
- Inside Social Service Review
- Modern Families - The support kids receive is impacted by the type of family they grow up in.
- Not Working - How unemployment insurance is funded affects where it works and where it’s stumbling.
- Far From Home - A new study gives new context to an old issue—why do women spend less time commuting than men?
- A Voice From the Field
- From the Ground Up - For 30 years, Nathan Linsk has helped build institutions and programs to respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic
- Behind the Numbers
- Transformed - 16,000: Number of families moved out of traditional public housing in Chicago. Chicago has relocated residents out of public housing and into a mix of different kinds of homes. How well are they doing?
- "A Voice for Integrity and Excellence" - Michael Sosin ends his tenure as editor of Social Service Review