ERIC Number: ED454983
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Dec
Reference Count: N/A
The Father Poverty and Social Vulnerability Roundtable (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 16-17, 1999). Fathers and Families Second-Tier Roundtable Series.
Pennsylvania Univ., Philadelphia. National Center on Fathers and Families.
In December 1999, approximately 50 researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and other specialists in the field of fathers and families convened the Father Poverty and Social Vulnerability Roundtable. This report synthesizes the discussion of the themes of the roundtable and their implications for policymaking, the directions they indicate for future research, and the lessons they impart for practice. The first section of the report contains summaries of the research papers presented, as well as discussants' and participants' commentaries. The second section describes the current and emerging issues in father poverty and social vulnerability that emerged during the roundtable discussions. The third section explores the implications of the issues raised for policymaking. The fourth section offers new directions for research that arose from the discussion. The fifth section describes lessons learned for practice. The document concludes with the roundtable agenda and a list of participants. (KB)
Descriptors: Caseworker Approach, Child Support, Employed Parents, Fathers, Inner City, Low Income Groups, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Participation, Poverty, Public Policy, Racial Discrimination, Research Needs, Social Services, Welfare Recipients, Welfare Services
National Center on Fathers and Families, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education, 3700 Walnut Street, Box 58, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6216. Tel: 215-573-5500; Fax: 215-573-5508; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. For full text: http://www.ncoff.gse.upenn.edu.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Pennsylvania Univ., Philadelphia. National Center on Fathers and Families.