WorldCat Identities

Maclachlan, Gretchen

Overview
Works: 8 works in 20 publications in 1 language and 823 library holdings
Genres: Case studies 
Roles: Author, Other, Contributor
Classifications: HD6273, 331.340973
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Gretchen Maclachlan
The process of work establishment by Marcia Freedman( Book )

7 editions published in 1969 in English and held by 422 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Labor markets : segments and shelters by Marcia Freedman( Book )

5 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 336 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The other twenty percent : a statistical analysis of poverty in the South by Gretchen Maclachlan( Book )

3 editions published in 1974 in English and held by 54 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Of the 27 million poor people in the United States in 1970, 10 million lived in the 11 Southern states. This was 38% of the nation's poverty population, making the South's poverty rate twice that of the remaining 39 states. This study, essentially a statistical analysis of regional poverty data derived from the 1970 Census, identifies the South's poor in detail in order to provide a statistical base for remedial action. Data were obtained on residence and poverty, the working poor, the South's elderly poor, family income and the poverty line, and poor Southern families with children. Findings included: while in "absolute numbers" more white males headed poor families than any other race/sex grouping, the incidence of poverty was highest among black female-headed families; the difference in poverty incidence between the South and the non-South was greatest for black males; the South's rural areas had the highest poverty rate; of Southern employed family heads, 54% of black females, 26% of black males, 18% of white females, and 6% of white males did not earn enough to keep out of poverty; almost half of Southern farm laborers and about one-quarter of Southern farm owners were in poverty; poverty incidence among male headed-families with children was nearly twice as high in rural areas as in urban areas; 9% of the white elderly and 23% of the black elderly in the South were poor and did not receive Social Security benefits. Appended is brief data on the Spanish American poor population in Florida and Texas. (Nq)
The process of work establishment [by] Marcia Freedman, assisted by Gretchen Maclachlan. Foreword by Eli Ginzberg by Marcia K Freedman( Book )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nan Orrock oral history interview by Nancy Grogan Orrock( )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of an oral history interview with Nan Orrock on May 5, 1993 in which she discusses her entry into politics; diversity within her district; legislature's attitudes towards women legislators; percentages of women in legislature; political culture of legislature; impact of Clarence Thomas hearings on sexism in legislature; women's caucus; Georgia Child Care Council; legislation pushed by women's caucus; WILL; "deadbeats dads;" anti-stalking; QBE; relations between women's caucus and black caucus; PEACH; women's prison, reform; racial polarization on flag issue; DuBose Porter's resignation as floor leader; Orrock's rise to floor leader; reapportionment; flag issue; Speaker's race; impact of black caucus on Speaker's race; impact of business community on legislature; Republican caucus; flag issue as potential referendum; Governor Zell Miller's emphasis on fighting racism; House efforts to prevent flag issue from coming to vote; Senate resentment towards Miller for dropping flag issue; role of business community in flag issue; Sons of Confederate Veterans vs. Save Our Flag coalition; national debate over Martin Luther King holiday; Cynthia McKinney; Family Medical Leave Act; Orrock's role as leader; Mary Margaret Oliver; growth of Republican Party in Fulton County; dissolution of at-large seats; and welfare reform
Mary Margaret oral history interview by Mary Margaret Oliver( )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of an oral history interview with Mary Margaret Oliver on May 6, 1993 in which she discusses her early legislative career; House Judiciary Committee; early work as lobbyist; House-Senate study committee on child protection services; Workers' Compensation Committee; Transportation Committee; Chattahoochee Forest land line case; Public Service Commission (PSC); anti-stalking legislation; Pierre Howard's child abuse package; Oliver's leadership role in legislature; Appropriations Committee; comparison of debate style in the House and Senate; victim impact statement; gun legislation; Sonny Watson; domestic violence; mandatory arrest; Marion Pope's DUI; Operation Rescue; differences between House and Senate stalking bills; Georgia Alliance for Children; Oliver's letter to Atlanta Journal; CPG; conflicts over PSC legislation; Jack McWhorter "Mack" Barber; impact of growth of Republican representation in legislature; Welfare Reform, Senate Bill #26; Medicaid; co-payment issue; state flag issue; Wayne Garner; Pierre Howard; flag referendum issue; and the evolution of women's caucus
Georgianna Sinkfield oral history interview by Georgianna T Sinkfield( )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of an oral history interview with Georgianna Sinkfield on May 18, 1993 in which she discusses the impact of reapportionment and speaker's race on black caucus; Black Belt; differences between majority black district, majority voting black district, and majority registered voting black district; redistricting; internal conflicts of black caucus; Fulton County reapportionment; max plan's impact on Republicans; "blackening" of districts; Larry Walker; Nan Orrock; Speaker's race and black caucus; Sinkfield on policy committee; DuBose Porter; gains of black caucus in committee leadership; child and youth committee; education committee; welfare issue; impact of advocacy groups on welfare hearings; maneuvering, strategies of black caucus regarding proposed welfare reform bill; Thurgood Baker; Sinkfield as chair of black caucus and children and youth committee; child support recovery bill; and role of governor in welfare hearings
Labor Markets: Segments and Shelters. Conservation of HumanResources Series by Marcia Freedman( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Utilizing Federal census data from 1960 and 1970, this study provides (1) an overview of the job structure of the entire American economy as of 1970, by arranging the jobs in a new occupational-industrial matrix and ranking them in terms of average annual earnings; and (2) an analysis of the structural factors that distinguish the better from the worse jobs and identifies their relative importance. Part One explores structural arrangements that segment the labor market into jobs at various earnings levels. Chapter 1 provides comparative data from the 1960 and 1970 censuses. Chapters 2 and 3 expand the findings by explicating the institutional arrangements (organizational and bargaining factors) they represent. Part Two, in chapters 4 and 5, analyzes the same data by substituting demographic variables (sex, age, and education) for the structural ones and again comparing the 1960 and 1970 situations; and chapter 6 focuses on job combinations producing various levels of family income, giving special attention to single-earner families headed by women. Part three includes chapter 7, which develops the concept of job shelters (from the risks of competition in the market, unemployment, disability, and old age), and chapter 8, which presents implications for future research and public policy. (Em)
 
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Languages
English (20)