4 edition of The privatization of human services found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Margaret Gibelman, Harold W. Demone, Jr., editors.|
|Series||Springer series on social work, Springer series on social work (Unnumbered)|
|Contributions||Gibelman, Margaret., Demone, Harold W.|
|LC Classifications||HV95 .P737 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||97028506|
It provides a history of the trend of local and state governments privatizing public services and assets and then examines the history of public library privatization right up to the California legislation introduced earlier this year to restrict cities in the state from privatizing library services. The book also examines what happens when a. Jun 22, · The Privatization of Roads and Highways: Human and Economic Factors, by Walter Block, pp, hardcover, $, ISBN , ISBN , Lewiston, N.Y., Edwin Mellen Press, Walter Block is on a mission. His book sets out to prove that roads should be completely privatized.
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Health and human services delivery continues to shift from the public to the private sector in our nation and in our state. Government has continued its primary role in financing and regulating these domains, yet the actual provision of a vast array of services has been delegated to both nonprofit and proprietary concerns - generally in the absence of clear public policy.
Privatization may be thought of as involving public turnover to the private sector of responsi bility for services it has been delivering. Or it may be the public sector arranging for the private Read more.
Oct 23, · The process has culminated, at least in the human services area, with passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of (PRWORA, federal welfare reform). Previously most human services privatization took the form of direct services to clients.
Privatization in the Human Services: Implications for Direct Practice Article (PDF Available) in Clinical Social Work Journal 43(3) · June with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Mimi Abramovitz.
Oct 26, · Privatization is the process of for-profit entities taking over the management of public services like roads, schools, utilities and prisons. Merits of privatization include increased efficiency and lower taxes.
Consequences of privatization include corruption opportunities and inflexibility. The Privatization of Human Services: Case Studies in the Purchase of Services (Springer Series on Social Work): Medicine & Health Science Books @ coopsifas.comhor: Margaret Gibelman. Privatization may be thought of as involving public turnover to the private sector of responsi bility for services it has been delivering.
Or it may be the public sector arranging for the private sector to take on new services that the public wishes to encourage or for which it accepts responsibility. The transaction usually involves public. The Benefits of Privatization of Social Services Contracting out is the process through which public organizations contract with private sector organizations to provide services normally provided by public agencies.
It is a form of privatization, which is defined as any shift of activity or. Jul 24, · Human service agencies and front line practitioners are well known for the quality of services they provide to individuals, families, and communities.
The last three decades of austerity-driven public policies—especially privatization—have restructured the human services in ways that have dramatically affected agencies, practitioners and clients. Yet we know very little about how this Cited by: Joaquin Jay Gonzalez III, Ph.D., is Mayor George Christopher Professor of Public Administration at Golden Gate University.
He has worked as an economic development planner and social justice advocate in the United States, Asia, and Africa, and is the coeditor of more than a dozen books, including Corruption and American Cities and Privatization in Practice.
Privatization is not a new concept. The current rationales for privatization and their implementation strategies differ very little from earlier privatization initiatives (even as early as the s).
Perhaps the biggest single change in the current privatization environment in the area of social and human services is. This chapter describes the current state of social service privatization. It first reviews data from surveys on state and local contracting.
It then highlights the types of social services privatized and, finally, describes the types of nongovernmental organizations that provide these services.
Service delivery is fundamentally changed by privatization. Public provision of services typically involves one agency providing most services, with little likelihood of a change in provider. Under privatization, services are provided by multiple agencies, some private and some public, and service providers may change over time.
These circumstances pose new challenges to the agencies providing. Privatization encompasses those activities/services for which the state or local health department has reached a formal decision to withdraw from or contract out for provision of a public health service, in whole or in part, and a non-governmental entity has taken over responsibility for provision of that coopsifas.com by: Read this book on Questia.
This is a comprehensive study of one of the most important contemporary issues confronting prison reform - prison privatization and human rights.
The Privatization of Human Services by Harold W. Demone,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Privatization may mean the government sells state-owned businesses to private interests, but it may also be discussed in the context of the privatization of services or government functions, where private entities are tasked with the implementation of government programs or performance of government services.
Privatization is something that I know a little bit about person-ally. I was a state social worker for the Commonwealth of Penn-sylvania, and then the president of that local. I spent twenty years fighting privatization-as I saw it, fighting ill-advised schemes to contract-out human services.
I did so, and I continue to do so now. Privatization -- delivering governmental services with help from the private sector -- has been debated for nearly two decades. With a multitude of successful examples, par-ticularly in local government, privatization is no longer a fuzzy concept.
Privatization of welfare system expanded inwhen the Aid to Families with Dependent Child (AFDC) program was replaced with the Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF) program. Welfare services that are often privatized include workforce development, job.
This report provides a general overview of the extent of privatization of public services in the areas of social services, welfare, and employment; rationales for privatizing service delivery; and evidence of effectiveness or problems. Examples highlight specific types of privatization and actual operational experience.
The report includes lists of arguments for and against privatization and.Analysis of the Potential for Further Privatization of Mississippi’s Child Support Enforcement Services In an effort to improve child support enforcement efforts, many states have turned to the private sector for assistance.
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