Religious congregations and welfare reform
- Mark Chaves
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Mark Chaves is associate professor of sociology at the University of Arizona. His previous work on this subject includes “Religious Congregations and Welfare Reform: Who Will Take Advantage of ‘Charitable Choice’?” American Sociological Review 64 (December): 836–846, 1999; and “Congregations' Social Service Activities.” No. 6 in Charting Civil Society, A Series by the Center on Noprofits and Philanthropy. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, 1999.
- Brookings Review. Entire issue devoted to “What's God Got To Do With the American Experiment?” Volume 17, No. 2, Spring 1999.
- Cnaan, Ram A. The Newer Deal: Social Work and Religion in Partnership. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.
- Davis, Derek, and Barry Hankins, eds., Welfare Reform and Faith-Based Organizations, Waco, Texas: J.M. Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies, Baylor University, 1999.
- McCarthy, John D., and Jim Castelli, Religion-Sponsored Social Service Providers: The Not-So-Independent Sector. Washington, DC: The Aspen Institute Nonprofit Sector Research Fund, 1998.