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1993 - 6th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work

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  1. Decentralization as a Means to Improve Child Welfare Practice: Community-Based Services and the Problem of Street-Level Bureaucracy

    McKenzie, Brad
    The University Archives has determined that this item is of continuing value to OSU's history.

  2. Collaboration Between Social Workers and Families of Patients with Mental Illness

    DeChillo, Neal
    DeChillo, Neal, D.S.W., Assistant Professor and Principal Investigator, Families as Allies Project, Research and Training Center on Family and Support and Children's Mental Health, Graduate School of Social Work, Portland State University, Portland, OR - "Collaboration Between Social Workers and Families of Patients with Mental Illness".

  3. Psychological Abuse of Children: The State of Public and Professional Concern

    Burnett, Bruce B.
    Burnett, Bruce B., D.S.W., A.C.S.W., dissertation, Boston College - "Psychological Abuse of Children: The State of Public and Professional Concern".

  4. An Examination of Attribution of Blame Attitudes and Disposition Recommendations of Police Officers, Protective Service Workers, and Mental Health Professionals on Incest Situations

    Cernak, Mary Ann
    Cernak, Mary Ann, Ph.D. dissertation, New York University, New York University - "An Examination of Attribution of Blame Attitudes of Police Officers, Protective Service Workers, and Mental Health Professionals on Incest Situations".

  5. Working with Involuntary Clients: Practitioners' Perspectives and Strategies

    Cingolani, Judith
    Cingolani, Judith, Ph.D., dissertation, St. Louis University, Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL - "Working with Involuntary Clients: Practitioners' Perspectives and Strategies".

  6. Exploring Resiliancy in Adult Children of Alcoholics

    Palmer, Nancie
    Palmer, Nancie, Ph.D., dissertation, University of Kansas, Assistant Professor, Washburn University - "Exploring Resiliency in Adult Children of Alcoholics".

  7. The Effects of Individual Factors, Family Factors and Underclass Neighborhood Residence on Male Juvenile Deliquency

    Peeples, Faith L.
    Peeples, Faith L., Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow Program in Epidemiology, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA - "The Effects of Individual Factors, Family Factors and Underclass Neighborhood Residence on Male Juvenile Delinquency".

  8. Employment, Role Strain, and Single Black Mothers' Perceptions of Young Children

    Jackson, Aurora P.
    Jackson, Aurora P., Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University (1990), Assistant Professor, Columbia University School of Social Work, New York, NY - "Employment, Role Strain, and Single Back Mothers' Perceptions of Young Children".

  9. Theorizing Reproductive Diversity: Women and Childless "Choice"

    Morell, Carolyn
    Morell, Carolyn, PhD., dissertation Bryn Mawr College, Assistant Professor, Niagara University - "Theorizing Reproductive Diversity: Women and Childless "Choice"".

  10. Men's Personal, Dyadic, and Family Well-Being Across the Family Life Cycle

    Forte, James Angelo
    Forte, James Angelo, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University (1990), Assistant Professor and Field Instruction Coordinator, Social Work Program, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA - "Men's Personal, Dyadic, and Family Well-Being Across the Family Life Cycle".

  11. The Reunification of Children with Their Families: A Test of Intensive Family Treatment Following Out-of-Home Placement

    Walton, Elaine
    Walton, Elaine, Ph.D., dissertation Graduate School of Social Work, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, College of Social Work, The Ohio State University - "The Reunification of Children with Their Families: A Test of Intensive Family Treatment Following Out-of-Home Placement".

  12. Family-Centered, Home-Based Services: Impact of Client Characteristics on Program Outcomes

    Scannapieco, Maria
    Scannapieco, Maria, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD - "Family-Centered, Home-Based Services: Impact of Client Characteristics on Program Outcomes".

  13. Parents in Groups: Behavior Skills Versus Problem Solving

    Magen, Randy
    Magen, Rand, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Columbia University, doctorate: University of Wisconsin, Madison - "Parents in Groups: Behavior Skills Versus Problem Solving".

  14. Targeting the "Real" Economic Costs of Teen Pregnancy: A Skill Building Approach for Early Adolescents

    Jarmon, Brenda
    Jarmon, Brenda, Ph.D., School of Social Work, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL - "Targeting the "Real" Economic Costs of Teen Pregnancy: A Skill Building Approach for Early Adolescents".

  15. Social Support Resource Outcomes for the Clients of Two Assertive Community Treatment Teams

    Walsh, Joseph
    Walsh, Joseph, Ph.D., L.I.S.W., The Ohio State University (1992), Coordinator of Community Treatment Services, North Community Counseling Centers, Columbus, OH - "Social Support Resource Outcomes for the Clients of Two Assertive Community Treatment Teams".

  16. Practice Factors which Influence Quality of Life for Chronically mentally Ill African Americans

    Singleton, Sharron M.
    Singleton, Sharron M., D.S.W., Howard University - "Practice Factors which Influence Quality of Life for Chronically Mentally Ill African Americans".

  17. Keynote Address: Scholarship in Social Work: Imperfect Methods, Approximate Truths, and Emerging Challenges

    Fraser, Mark W.
    Fraser, Mark W., Ph.D., Professor and Director of the Ph.D. Program, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT - "Scholarship in Social Work: Imperfect Methods, Approximate Truths, and Emerging Challenges".

  18. 1993 Agenda: The 6th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work

    Ohio State University. College of Social Work
    The University Archives has determined that this item is of continuing value to OSU's history.

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