Parenting in Public
Family Shelter and Public Assistance
By Donna Haig Friedman
(Columbia University Press, Paperback, 9780231111058, 286pp.)
Publication Date: September 2000
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This book posits that a family's quality of life is greatly impacted by the quality of the organizational climate and of their encounters within the shelter setting. Friedman proposes a revolutionary reassessment of the ways we as a national community act toward these families.
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