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by Robert J. Wineburg,Stephanie C. Boddie,Ram A. Cnaan

  • ISBN: 023111625X
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Robert J. Wineburg,Stephanie C. Boddie,Ram A. Cnaan
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press (October 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 316 pages
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Ram A. Cnaan is an associate professor of social work at the University of Pennsylvania and has published over two hundred articles in social work, psychology, and sociology journals on the topics of religion and social work, administration, and community organization.

Ram A. He is the director of the Program for the Study of Organized Religion and Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work.

Published In. Sociology of Religion.

Chaves, MA. Published Date. Published In. 62 /. Start, End Page. Cnaan with Stephanie C. Boddie, Charlene C. McGrew and . McGrew and Jennifer Kang. Racial/Ethnic Differences in Religious Congregation-based Social Service Delivery Efforts. Strategic Giving: The Art and Science Strategic Giving: The Art and Science. The Newer Deal: Social Work and Religion in Partnership. Book note for Raam A. Cnaan with Robert J. Wineburg and Stephanie C. Boddie, The Newer Deal: Social Work and Religion in Partnership. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.

The Newer Deal calls upon religious-based organizations and the social work-social service community to. .We mention this because it is likely that some who hear that we have written a book on religion and social work will label us religious fanatics.

The Newer Deal calls upon religious-based organizations and the social work-social service community to put aside their differences and forge a "limited partnership" to provide the social and welfare services that millions depend on. The proposed partnership focuses on joint care for those in need - with attention to services for people of color, gays and lesbians, women, and programs for community empowerment and economic development - while maintaining the values and other interests each partner traditionally holds.

The Newer Deal calls upon religious-based organizations and the social worksocial service community to put aside their differences and forge a "limited partnership" to provide the social and welfare services that millions depend on. The proposed partnership focuses on joint care for those. The proposed partnership focuses on joint care for those in need -with attention to services for people of color, gays and lesbians, women, and programs for community empowerment and economic development -while maintaining the values and other interests each partner traditionally holds.

Writing opening chapter and closing. Should be done by October. Part 1. The Challenge of Devolution and the Promise of Religious-Based Social Services: An Introduction1. The Ambivalent Coexistence of Social Work and Religious-Based Social Services2. What Do We Mean by "Religious-Based Social Services"?3. Religious-Based Social Services in Social Work Literature and Education4.

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The newer deal: Social work and religion in partnership. RA Cnaan, RJ Wineburg, SC Boddie. Religion in prisons: A 50-state survey of prison chaplains. Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, March 22, 2012. Columbia University Press, 1999. The invisible caring hand: American congregations and the provision of welfare. Charitable choice and faith-based welfare: A call for social work. Social Work 47 (3), 224-235, 2002. Philadelphia census of congregations and their involvement in social service delivery.

Cnaan, Ram . Wineburg, Robert . Boddie, Stephanie C. (1999). The Newer Deal: Social Work and Religion in Partnership (First e. New York: Columbia University Press. p. 265. ISBN 9780231116244. Retrieved 4 June 2015. Gregg, Cherri (12 January 2015). Center City Shelter, Already Overflowing, Offers Overnight Seating to Homeless". Cnaan, Robert J. Wineburg, Stephanie C. Boddie. The Newer Deal – Social Work & Religion in Partnership (Paper). 4366 RUR. The Newer Deal – Social Work & Religion in Partnership. 6437 RUR.

As the federal system of entitlements and social services long provided by New Deal–era programs is dismantled and shifted to the states, the religious community finds itself relied upon more than ever to assist with social services for the needy.The Newer Deal calls upon religious-based organizations and the social work–social service community to put aside their differences and forge a "limited partnership" to provide the social and welfare services that millions depend on. The proposed partnership focuses on joint care for those in need―with attention to services for people of color, gays and lesbians, women, and programs for community empowerment and economic development―while maintaining the values and other interests each partner traditionally holds.The authors discuss different types of religious-based social services and draw on case examples and research findings to show how the religious community's role in providing social services is stronger than ever. They examine the relationship between the religious and the social work–social service communities, as well as the issues that have divided the two, and explain the ways in which concern for the poor is integral to the major faith groups.

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