By Judith Levine
By evaluating low-income moms’ stories ahead of and after welfare reform, Judith A. Levine probes women’s struggles to achieve or hold jobs whereas they at the same time take care of their youngsters, frequently as unmarried moms. via providing a brand new method to know the way structural elements effect the day-by-day reviews of bad girls, Ain’t No belief highlights the pervasiveness of mistrust of their lives, uncovering its hidden resources and documenting its such a lot corrosive and paralyzing results. Levine’s critique and conclusions carry robust implications for students and policymakers alike.
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Ain't No Trust: How Bosses, Boyfriends, and Bureaucrats Fail Low-Income Mothers and Why It Matters by Judith Levine