Values Underlying U.S. Low-Income Rural Mothers' Voices about Welfare and Welfare Reform: An Inductive Analysis

Title
Values Underlying U.S. Low-Income Rural Mothers' Voices about Welfare and Welfare Reform: An Inductive Analysis
Author(s)
이재림메리조 카트라스[메리조 카트라스]진 바우어[진 바우어]
Keywords
TANF; values; welfare; welfare recipients; welfare reform
Issue Date
201012
Publisher
대한가정학회
Citation
InternationalJournalofHumanEcology, v.11, no.2, pp.63 - 75
Abstract
This study explicitly identifies the main values that rural welfare recipients reveal when they talk about their experiences with welfare and welfare reform. An inductive analysis of values is conducted using interview data from 49 current and former recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) residing in the states of Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota, and New York. Seven main values that emerge from the data are self-esteem, autonomy, uniqueness, advancement, security, independence, and fairness. A conceptual diagram of these values is developed to illustrate how these values are related.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23182
ISSN
1598-9593
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