University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Abandoned Families: Social Isolation in the Twenty-First Century

  • Kristin Seefeldt
  • February 15 2017
  • W30-2017

In this webinar, University of Michigan social work professor Kristin Seefeldt will talk about the economic and residential segregation facing many low-income workers, particularly African Americans, and how those factors limit their families’ chances for upward mobility. Seefeldt will draw on research that appears in her new book, Abandoned Families: Social Isolation in the Twenty-First Century, and discuss a number of policy measures that have the potential to help vulnerable families get ahead.

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Employment, Family & Partnering, Health, Housing, Housing General, Housing Market, Intergenerational Poverty, Low-Wage Work, Mental Health & Substance Abuse, Place, Racial/Ethnic Inequality

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