Vol 8, No 1 (2007)

Special Issue: Critique of HBSE Theory

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Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Jamres G. Daley i-ii


Using A Semiotic Metatheory for Theory Understanding, Appraisal, and Use: An Illustrative Social Work Translation of the Affect Control Theory of Emotions PDF
James A Forte 1-18
Motivational Interviewing: A Theoretical Framework for the Study of Human Behavior and the Social Environment PDF
Katherine van Wormer 19-29
Attachment Theory and the Social Work Curriculum PDF
Timothy Page, Rhonda Norwood 30-48
A Critique of Feminist Theory PDF
Kathy Lay, James G. Daley 49-61
A Critical Review of Theory in Social Work Journals: A Replication Study PDF
Carolyn S. Gentle-Genitty, Virgil Gregory, Corey Pfahler, Misty Thomas, Lisa Lewis, Kim Campbell, Kathy Ballard, Kathy Compton, James G. Daley 62-80
Analysis of Social Work Theory Progression Published in 2004 PDF
Valerie D. Decker, Philip D. Suman, Barb J. Burge, Ankita Deka, Melanie Harris, Dwight J. Hymans, Michael Marcussen, Donna Pittman, David Wilkerson, James G. Daley 81-103
A Lesson on Social Role Theory: An Example of Human Behavior in the Social Environment Theory PDF
Agnes M. Dulin 104-112
Ecological Theory Origin from Natural to Social Science of Vice Versa? A Brief Conceptual History for Social Work PDF
Karen Smith Rotabi 113-129
Kinship Ties: Attachment Relationships that Promote Resilience in African American Adult Children of Alcoholics PDF
J. Camille Hall 130-140
Complexity Theory, Nonlinear Dynamics, and Change: Augmenting Systems Theory PDF
Ralph Woehle 141-151
Life Span and Resiliency Theory: A Critical Review PDF
Alexa Smith-Osborne 152-168
An Analysis of Afrocentricity as Theory for Social Work Practice PDF
Dwain A Pellebon 169-183
Psychodynamic Theory PDF
Kathleen Holtz Deal 184-195
Theory for the Public Good? Social Capital Theory in Social Work Education PDF
MaryAnn Overcamp-Martini 196-207
Reassembling the Social Environment: A Network Approack to Human Behavior PDF
Dhrubodhi Mukherjee 208-218
Institutionalization: A Theory of Human Behavior and the Social Environment PDF
Miriam McNown Johnson, Rita Rhodes 219-236

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