Child Social Well-Being in the U.S.: Unequal Opportunities and the Role of the State
The book examines how environmental characteristics (location characteristics) are associated with and determine the social well-being outcomes children experience.
New York, NY
Child welfare, Children, Social conditions, United States
Family, Life Course, and Society | Place and Environment | Social Welfare
Whitaker, Ingrid Phillips, "Child Social Well-Being in the U.S.: Unequal Opportunities and the Role of the State" (1999). Sociology & Criminal Justice Faculty Books. 15.