Vol 14, No 2 (2013)

Fall 2013

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Table of Contents

Editorial

A "Seasonal Stew" -- Food for Thought; Fuel for Action PDF
William H. Barton i-ii

Articles

The Use and Value of Mixed Methods Research in Social Work PDF
Josphine Chaumba 307-333
Common Elements Across Evidence-Based Trauma Treatment: Discovery and Implications PDF
Virginia C. Strand, Susan Hansen, Deborah Courtney 334-354
Client Goals and Dreams: Replacing the Norm of Functioning PDF
Phillip Dybicz 355-366
Policymaking Opportunities for Direct Practice Social Workers in Mental Health and Addiction Services PDF
Thomas J. Powell, Eve Garrow, Michael R. Woodford, Brian Perron 367-378
Spiritual Histories and Latter-day Saints: A Mixed-Method Preliminary Validation Study PDF
David Hodge, Gordon E. Limb 379-394
Identifying Social Service Needs of Muslims Living in a Post 9/11 Era: The Role of Community-Based Organizations PDF
Micheal L. Shier, John R. Graham 395-415
Same-Gender Marriage: Implications for Social Work Practitioners PDF
Jennifer Fasbinder, Emily Monson, Darrel Montero, Jaime Sanders, Annie C. Williams 416-432
Working with Lesbian-Headed Families: What Social Workers Need to Know PDF
Misty L. Wall 433-441
The Disproportionality of HIV Transmission Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (BMSM): Recommendations for an Effective Prevention Model PDF
Stephen M. Young, Timothy McLeod 442-457
Changes in Illegal Behavior During Emerging Adulthood PDF
Badiah Haffejee, Jamie Rae Yoder, Kimberly Bender 458-476
Ghanaian BSW Students' Perceptions of Poverty and Social Welfare Policies in Ghana PDF
Jason T. Castillo, Samuel Asante, Peter Dwumah, Jonas Asamanin Barnie, David Becerra 477-500
The Role of Formal Theory in Social Work Research: Formalizing Family Systems Theory PDF
Suzanne Taylor Sutphin, Shannon McDonough, Amber Schrenkel 501-517
A Conceptual Understanding of Organizational Identity in the Social Media Environment PDF
Jimmy Young 518-530
Beyond Social Exchange Theory: A Theoretical Shift for Mentoring Relationships in the Federal Workplace PDF
Chad Majiros 531-543
Prevention as an Explicit Part of the Social Work Profession: Part Two of a Systematic Investigation PDF
Emily L. McCave, Carrie Rishel, Meagann Morris 544-555
Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Collaboration Among Students in the Health Care Professions PDF
Juyoung Park, Wesley Hawkins, Michele Hawkins, Elwood Hamlin 556-572
Social Workers as Senior Executives: Does Academic Training Dictate Leadership Style? PDF
Lauri Goldkind, Manoj Pardasani 573-593
Leadership in Social Work Education: Sustaining Collaboration and Mission PDF
Christine R. Call, Larry W. Owens, Neil J. Vincent 594-612
Emerging Leaders Project: Connecting University Resources to Community-Based Organizations Supporting Refugee Resettlement PDF
Rosemarie Hunter, Kara Mileski 613-628
Peer Review in a Social Policy Course: Lessons Learned PDF
Shauna P. Acquavita, Carolyn J. Tice 629-641
Reimagining Field Education in Social Work: The Promise Unveiled PDF
Purnima George, Susan Siver, Susan Preston 642-657


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