The Design And Implementation Of The Supported Work Evaluation
The National Supported Work Demonstration
Work status is the central defining characteristic in the American social structure. A basic presumption ofmost social commentators has been that low work status generates social ills—bad health, alienation, disintegrating family structure, crime. Those of a more skeptical bent have reversed the order of causation, hypothesizing that penchant for antisocial behavior has, for certain individuals, precluded attainment of a stable position in the workforce. The Supported Work Demonstration was a project designed to test how these fundamental propositions apply to some of the groups in our society which are in the most desperate circumstances. It was a demonstration program which provided a direct work opportunity for former criminals, ex-drug addicts, young school dropouts, and women who had been receiving welfare for long periods of time.
University of Wisconsin Press
Robinson G. Hollister, P. Kemper, and R. A. Maynard
Robinson G. Hollister.
"The Design And Implementation Of The Supported Work Evaluation".
The National Supported Work Demonstration.