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Regional Policy Research
Cascade Policy Institute
A non-profit, non-partisan libertarian public policy research organization based in Portland, Oregon. It's research fcuses on state and local issues.
Oregon Center for Public Policy
OCPP does research and analysis on budget, tax, and economic issues in Oregon.
Theories that compliment social theory
Social Policy & Programs - Federal
Office of Human Services Policy
Search by subject or target population. Focuses on welfare, poverty, service delivery issues, data for research, policies affecting children, youth, and families, and economic matters affecting the Department.
Center for Law & Social Policy (CLASP)
Search for information on programs, policies, social issues by federal or state levels. Advocacy site.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance - Programs
Summaries and details of programs administered by federal agencies.
The Green Book (Federal - House Ways & Means Committee)
program descriptions and historical data on a wide variety of social and economic topics, including Social Security, employment, earnings, welfare, child support, health insurance, the elderly, families with children, poverty and taxation. It has become a standard reference work for those interested in the direction of social policy in the United States.
A general starting point for information on agencies, programs, policies and practices. Search both federal and individual state information.
Also use for reports on program assessment & outcomes. Search measure status report and the name of the Act
e.g. measure status report Older American Act
Search Trends social welfare and your area of interest
e.g. trends social welfare planning
Department of Education Policy Section
Includes legislation, regulation and policy guidance for topics involving adult and children's education. e.g. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
Social Policy & Programs - State
A Handbook of Comparative Social Policy by
Call Number: HN17.5 .H3357 2004eb
Publication Date: 2006-01-01
Organized around five themes, this volume explores the contextual, conceptual, analytical and processual aspects of undertaking comparative social research. In the first part, the authors are concerned with de-centring the state and extending the epistemological framework through which cross-national analysis is explored. In Parts II and III, the focus is on the conceptual and theoretical frameworks for analyzing social policy cross-nationally, while Part IV examines the day-to-day reality of preparing for and carrying out cross-national analysis. In the final section, the authors highlight continuing and emerging themes and issues which are of particular relevance to understanding the contemporary social world. International in scope
Social Work Speaks by
Call Number: HV88 .N686 2012
Publication Date: 2012
The policy statements adopted by the National Association of Social Workers Delegate Assembly in 2012
Located in CU Library 3d floor
May also request from Summit
Concordia Library Catalog
US History of Social Welfare