Review of Sanction Policies and Research Studies. References

03/10/2003

Bloom, Dan and Don Winstead (2002). "Sanctions and Welfare Reform: Policy Brief No.12." Washington, DC: The Brookings Institute.

Born, Catherine, Pamela Caudill, and Melinda Cordero (November 1999). "Life After Welfare: A Look at Sanctioned Families." Baltimore, MD: University of Maryland, School of Social Work.

Brown, June Gibbs (1999). "Temporary Assistance for Needy Families: Educating Clients About Sanctions." Washington, DC: Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General.

California Department of Social Services (2001). "Good Cause Establishment, Compliance and Curing of Sanctions Under the CalWORKs Program." Report to the Legislature. California Department of Social Services.

Cherlin, Andrew, Linda Burton, Judith Francis, Jane Henrici, Laura Lein, James Quane, and Karen Bogen (February 2001). "Sanctions and Case Closings for Noncompliance: Who Is Affected and Why." Policy Brief 01-1. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University.

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Courtney, Mark, Irv Paliavin, and P. Power (2001). "Involvement of TANF Applicants with Child Protective Services." Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Research Meeting. Seattle, WA, November 2, 2000.

Derr, Michelle K. and Vicky Cooley (2002). "Does Welfare Grant Sanctioning Increase the Prevalence of Child Welfare Involvement with TANF Families in Utah?" (submitted for publication).

Edelhoch, Marilyn, Qiduan Liu, and Linda Martin (1999). "The Post-Welfare Progress of Sanctioned Clients: A Study Using Administrative and Survey Data to Answer Three of Four Important Questions." South Carolina Department of Social Services, Office of Planning and Research.

Fein, David J. and Wang S. Lee (May 1999). "The ABC Evaluation: Carrying and Using the Stick: Financial Sanctions in Delaware's A Better Chance Program." Prepared for Delaware Health and Social Services. Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates Inc.

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Hamilton, Gayle and Susan Scrivener (1999). "Promoting Participation: How to Increase Involvement in Welfare-to-Work Activities." New York, NY: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation.

Hasenfeld, Yeheskel 'Zeke', T.J. Ghose, and Kandyce Hillesland-Larson (2002). "At Risk of Being Sanctioned: Comparing Sanctioned and Non-Sanctioned Welfare Recipients in California's CalWORKS." Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management's 24th Annual Research Conference, November 7-9, 2002, Dallas, TX. Los Angeles, CA: Department of Social Welfare, UCLA School of Public Policy and Social Research.

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