A Welfare Mother

A Welfare Mother None

  • Title: A Welfare Mother
  • Author: Susan Sheehan
  • ISBN: 9780451615633
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
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    A Welfare Mother by Susan Sheehan Jan , hated it it is is an anthropological examination of a single mother on welfare who is using the system to take care of her frequently misbehaved underachieving children and the lover s she takes on with that said, it and a few other books are the ENTIRE basis of my thesis work. A Welfare Mother Sheehan, Susan Oct , This is an anecdotal study of a welfare mother in Manhattan written in about for an article in the New Yorker The author spent over a year with the subject and became part of the family so she could take notes and make observations as a fly on the wall. Welfare mother Definition of Welfare mother at welfare mother noun the mother of dependent children who receives government welfare benefits. A WELFARE MOTHER The New Yorker PROFILE of Carmen Santana fictitious name , a welfare mother She lives in a room apt in the Williamsburg section of Bklyn with the children she had by a man named Vicente Santana, whom she lived with from , when she first came from Puerto Rico to N.Y.C until . A Welfare Mother News The Harvard Crimson Dec , A WELFARE MOTHER is a footnote to New York City life It presents a tiny bit of information, intentionally limited in scope, on what ought to be at Stereotype of a Welfare Mother applied intersectionality Is There No Place on Earth for

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    • with two snaps hated it. it is is an anthropological examination of a single mother on welfare who is using the system to take care of her frequently-misbehaved-underachieving children and the lover(s) she takes on. with that said, it (and a few other books) are the ENTIRE basis of my thesis work. read it if you have something to say that will counteract it. read it if you want to see how poor women were and continue to be pathologized and "examined" in anthropological studies that dehuminize an [...]


    • The book/essay had the potential to be very interesting, but it was very dispassionate and hard to get through. Sheehan chronicled the life of a welfare mother, and discussed various events in her life. It was very journalistic, and a little disconnected. A lot of the events described really had no point, and got a bit repetitive.


    • I thought this book was very insightful on how the welfare system is run and how skilled this mother has become at "working the system". Some of the things this family experiences are horrific, but overall it isn't one I'd recommend.


    • one woman's story about living off of welfare. It could have been written last year, but also provides much insight and some understanding to how welfare continues and who might use it.


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