Alfred J. Kahn
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Who is Alfred J. Kahn?
Alfred J. Kahn: Alfred Joseph Kahn was an American expert on social policy, particularly as it related to child welfare. He was critical of problems at the local and federal governmental level in providing services related to child development and family support, arguing that a comprehensive system of social welfare provision should be made available to all Americans comparable to similar systems offered in Western Europe.
- also known as Alfred J Kahn
- born in (97 years ago) in Williamsburg
- died on (5 years ago) in Hackensack
- written works: "Neighborhood Information Centers", "Contracting for child & family services", "Shaping the new social work", "Social services in international perspective", "Issues in American social work", "Big cities in the welfare transition", "Neighbourhood information centers", "Social policy and social services", "New York City schools and children who need help", "A court for children", "Studies in social policy and planning", "Integrating services integration", "Income transfers for families with children", "Planning community services for children in trouble", "Theory and practice of social planning", "Police and children", "Not for the poor alone", "Helping America's families"
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Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
Alfred J. Kahn, A Court for Children: A Study of the New York City Children's Court (New York: Columbia University Press, 1953); Bad Housekeeping: The Administration of the New York Courts ...
by Constance L. Shehan
Alfred J. Kahn, and Paul Kingston. 1983. Maternity Policies and Working Women. New York: Columbia University Press. Kamerman, Sheila B., and Jane Waldfogel. 2013. “United States Country Note.” In International Review of Leave ...
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