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by George Sternlieb

Author: George Sternlieb
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: CUPR/Transaction; 1 edition (January 1, 1972)
Pages: 350 pages
Category: Other
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of Welfare : Housing and the Welfare Crisis in New York City.

The Ecology of Welfare : Housing and the Welfare Crisis in New York City.

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Provision of adequate housing is essential to assure the welfare of farm animals. One relevant aspect is space allowance, due to potential consequences on the behaviour and welfare of animals. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of space allowance on the behaviour and potential welfare implications of dairy ewes during gestation. With this purpose, 54 pregnant ewes were.

Their book, The Ecology of Welfare, presents a detailed description of the housing and housing problems of one special subgroup-New York City's welfare recipients in the 1970's. He is a member of the Census Advisory Committee on Population Statistics, a trustee of the Urban Land Institute, and has served on a number of presidential task forces on urban development.

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The Ecology of Welfare The Ecology of Welfare Close. Are you sure you want to remove The Ecology of Welfare from your list? The Ecology of Welfare. Housing and Welfare in New York City (Urban Studies Series (New Brunswick, . No. by George Sternlieb, Bernard P. Indik. Published January 1, 1972 by Transaction Publishers.

The Ecology of Welfare. Filling this gap, George Sternlieb and Bernard Indik consider one dimension of human ecology- the interplay between housing and outlook, between the physical realities of a dwelling unit and the attitudes and responses of its inhabitants.

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The basic ecology of human groups—the relationship between the distribution of population and material resources and the resultant social and cultural patterns—is a subject which has occasioned far more talk than down-to-earth research. Filling this gap, George Sternlieb and Bernard Indik consider one dimension of human ecology— the interplay between housing and outlook, between the physical realities of a dwelling unit and the attitudes and responses of its inhabitants. Their book, The Ecology of Welfare, presents a detailed description of the housing and housing problems of one special subgroup-New York City's welfare recipients in the 1970's.