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65+ in the United States: 2010

Demographic characteristics, death rates, health risks, health insurance and expenditures, and employment among older populations.

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A Child's Day: Living Arrangements, Nativity, and Family Transitions

Household and family characteristics in the social, cognitive, and economic well-being of children from pre-adolescence to young adulthood.

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Ageism

Bibliography of 17 resources.

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Asset Development Policy and Practice

This MSW elective course explores community-based efforts and social policies to help lower-income individuals and families build wealth through increased access to financial services and asset-building opportunities.

Contributor: 
Mathieu R. Despard, PhD, MSW, University of Michigan
 

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Asset Development Policy and Practice: Intervention Plan Assignment

An intervention plan assignment that is part of an MSW elective course that explores community-based efforts and social policies to help lower-income individuals and families build wealth through increased access to financial services and asset-building opportunities.

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Asset Development Policy and Practice: Intervention Review and Critique Assignment

An intervention review and critique assignment that is part of an MSW elective course that explores community-based efforts and social policies to help lower-income individuals and families build wealth through increased access to financial services and asset-building opportunities.

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Asset Development Policy and Practice: Personal Finance Workshop Guidelines

A personal finance workshop assignment that is part of an MSW elective course that explores community-based efforts and social policies to help lower-income individuals and families build wealth through increased access to financial services and asset-building opportunities.

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Center for Social Development

The Center for Social Development is located in the George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis. Its "mission is to create and study innovations in policy and practices that enable individuals, families and communities to formulate and achieve life goals, and contribute to the economy and society. Through innovation, research and policy development, CSD makes intellectual and applied contributions in social development theory, evidence, community projects and public policy."

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Center for Social Development: Asset Building Bibliography

Bibliography from the Center for Social Development, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis. Web-based access to citations, many with abstracts and links to full text.

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Consumer Expenditure Survey

Federal survey on consumer spending and incomes and the characteristics of consumers.


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