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Tags: FAMILY policy
- Family Policy in the Russian North. Artiukhov, A.V. // Russian Education & Society;Jun2003, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p15
Presents the results of a sociological survey regarding family policy in northern Russia. Cyclical course of the marital union; Attitudes toward a settled way of life; Expectation of help from the state.
- Mom, apple pie and tax credits. Pringle, Curt // Orange County Business Journal;05/12/97, Vol. 20 Issue 19, p47
Opinion. Discusses the role of mothers in the home, paying tribute the author's wife and mother. Need for a family life; Reference to the fact that the government does not take families into consideration; Details on the Family and Child Empowerment Act of 1997; Description of the bill.
- Marketing implications of China's `little emperors'. Shao, Alan T.; Herbig, Paul // Review of Business;Summer/Fall94, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p16
Focuses on the effect of China's one-child policy on the country's market structure. Information on the evolution of the policy; Consumer demand created by the policy; Factors motivating consumer decisions of Chinese parents.
- State groups that fight for mom and dad. Yoest, Charmaine Crous // Policy Review;Nov/Dec96, Issue 80, p17
Focuses on a growing movement of independent, state-based policy organizations called Family Policy Councils in the United States. Preference for research over rallies and education over activism; Success stories of several family policy councils.
- State AFDC rules regarding the treatment of cohabitors: 1993. Motiff, Robert A.; Reville, Robert T. // Social Security Bulletin;Winter94, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p26
Presents the results of a survey of State Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) rules regarding the treatment of unrelated cohabitors in households containing AFDC units. State treatment of cash and in-kind contributions by cohabitors; Judicial, legislative and administrative developments.
- Paying for values. Bates, Timothy D. // Commonweal;10/9/92, Vol. 119 Issue 17, p6
Questions the Bush administration's actual commitment to so-called family values. Support for Vice President Dan Quayle's concern for families; Frustration with the lack of programs that would confirm the importance of families; Proposed Family Agenda that would provide real assistance to families.
- Mr. Clinton, make them rare. Flynn, Raymond L. // Commonweal;2/26/93, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p4
Presents a statement from the author, the mayor of Boston, on how President Bill Clinton should focus on enhancing support for prenatal and postnatal care of women and children, now that he has made abortion safe and legal. How Washington has abandoned working families, the needy and urban...
- Toward an equitable American family policy. Kaplan, Amy // Mothering;Spring91, Issue 59, p106
Discusses issues related to the formulation of family policy in the United States. Problems with the family policy in the United States; Issue on the needs of children; Features of the family policy in Europe; Lessons for American family policy; Importance of a reformed income tax system on...
- A capitol connection. Dygert, M. // Single Parent;Jan/Feb92, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p33
Opinion. Calls for members of Parents Without Partners to commit to networking to push for family legislation. Reports on the Family Medical Leave Act, SAD (Sensible Approach to Divorce), the 1992 Legislative Service Award and other recent actions concerning families.