Submissions from 2008


Silent Victims: Issues and Interventions for Children Exposed to Violence, Marian S. Harris

Decision Points in Child Welfare: An Action Research Model to Address Disproportionality, Marian S. Harris and Wanda Hackett

Kinship Care for African American Children Disproportionate and Disadvantageous, Marian S. Harris and Ada Skyles


Myths and facts about sexual violence: Public perceptions and implications for prevention, Stacey Katz-Schiavone, Jill S. Levenson, and Alissa R. Ackerman

Waiting for God: Korean American Adoptee Experiences of Religion and Spirituality, JaeRan Kim


Examining Strain in a School Context, Daniel R. Lee and Jeffrey W. Cohen

The Changing Qualities of Violence in American Popular Culture, Jack Levin and Eric Madfis


Screening For Domestic Violence In Public Welfare Offices, Taryn Lindhorst, Marcia Meyers, and Erin A. Casey

An Exploration of the Type of Media Coverage Given to Serial Murder Victims, Janelle Nannini

The Social Construction of Serial Murder Victims: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage, Janelle Nannini, Deirdre Sommerlad-Rogers, and Christopher Bradley


Social Work Practice With Latinos Living With HIV/ AIDS, Diana Rowan, Rich Furman, April Jones, and Kevin Edwards


The Perceptions of Mexican-American Men as Fathers, Jeffrey Shears, Rich Furman, and Nalini Junko Negi

African Americans Living in Social Isolation: Implications for Social Work Practice, Jeffrey Shears, Chance W. Lewis, Rich Furman, D. Magee, M. Scott, and C. Thompson

Establishing a Protocol for the Study of Clergy Malfeasance in North American Minority Groups, Anson Shupe, Christopher Bradley, and Janelle Nannini

Child Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church How Situational Crime Prevention Strategies Can Help Create Safe Environments, Karen J. Terry and Alissa R. Ackerman

Restorative Justice and Prison Reform, Barb Toews


Criminal Courts, Diane S. Young

Submissions from 2007

Misconceptions of Gender: Sex, Masculinity, and the Measurement of Crime, Jeffrey W. Cohen and Patrick J. Harvey

Tending the Soul: A Teaching Module for Increasing Student Sensitivity to the Spiritual Needs of Older Adults, Kathryn S. Collins, Rich Furman, Ruthanne Hackman, Kim Bender, and Elizabeth A. Bruce


Experiences of Stigma in Older Adults Living With HIV/AIDS: A Mixed-Methods Analysis, Charles Emlet

Extending the Use of the 40-Item HIV-Stigma Scale to Older Adults: An Examination of Reliability and Validity, Charles A. Emlet


Faculty Self-Reflection and Study-Abroad: An Expressive Aproach to Autoethnography, Rich Furman

The Mundane, the Existential, and the Poetic, Rich Furman


Poetry and Narrative as Qualitative Data: Explorations Into Existential Theory, Richard Furman

Expressive, Research and Reflective Poetry as Qualitative Inquiry: A Study of Adolescent Identity, Rich Furman, Carol L. Langer, Christine S. Davis, Heather P. Gallardo, and Shanti Kulkarni

A Qualitative Study of Immigration Policy and Practice Dilemmas for Social Work Students, Rich Furman, Carol L. Langer, Thomas Wayne Sanchez, and Nalini Junko Negi

Social Work Practice With Transnational Latino Populations, Rich Furman and Nalini Junko Negi

Mexican Men and Their Fathers: Analyzing and Representing Data Through the Research Poem, Rich Furman, Jeffery Shears, and Meredith Badinelli

Qualitative Study of Letters to President Kennedy From Persons With Mental Illness and Their Families: Using the Research Poem in Policy Oriented Research, A, Rich Furman and Allison Shukraft

African American Mothers and Their Mothers, Marian S. Harris

Development Research of a Teachers' Educational Performance Support System: The Practices of Design, Development, and Evaluation, Wei-Chen Hung, Thomas J. Smith, Marian S. Harris, and James Lockard

Children of Incarcerated Parents Project: How a Mentoring Program Can Make a Difference, Janice H. Laakso and Julie Nygaard

A Model for Teaching Qualitative Research Methods to Undergraduate Social Work Students, Carol L. Langer, Cynthia A. Lietz, and Rich Furman

Effects Of Friendship Closeness In An Adolescent Group Hiv Prevention Intervention, Diane M. Morrison, Erin A. Casey, Blair A. Beadnell, Marilyn J. Hoppe, and Mary Rogers Gillmore

Replicating A Teen Hiv/Std Preventive Intervention In A Multicultural City, Diane M. Morrison, Marilyn J. Hoppe, Elizabeth A. Wells, Blair A. Beadnell, and Anthony Wilsdon

Research Trajectories of Female Scholars in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Stephen K. Rice, Karen J. Terry, and Holly Ventura Miller


Jail Mental Health Services, Diane S. Young

Submissions from 2006

Trends In The Prevalence And Characteristics Of Sexual Violence: A Cohort Analysis, Erin A. Casey and Paula S. Nurius

Poetry Therapy as a Tool of Cognitively Based Practice, Kathryn S. Collins, Rich Furman, and Carol L. Langer

A Survey of Pastoral Care Services for Older Adults, Kathryn S. Collins, Tirelo Modie Moroka, Rich Furman, and Elizabeth Bruce


A Comparison of HIV Stigma and Disclosure Patterns Between Older and Younger Adults Living With HIV/AIDS, Charles Emlet

An Examination of the Social Networks and Social Isolation in Older and Younger Adults Living With HIV/AIDS, Charles A. Emlet


Health Issues of Older Adults With HIV/AIDS, Charles A. Emlet and K. M. Noakes


Services for HIV-infected and HIV-affected Older Adults, Charles A. Emlet and Cynthia Cannon Poindexter

A Qualitative Study of Social Development Paradoxes in Guatemala Using the Research Poem, Rich Furman

Poetic Forms and Structures in Qualitative Health Research, Rich Furman

Poetry as Research: Advancing Scholarship and the Development of Poetry Therapy as a Profession, Rich Furman

Inside a Provider's Perspective: Using Practitioner Poetry to Explore the Treatment of Persons With Mental Illness, Rich Furman, Kathryn Collins, Carol Langer, and Elisabeth A. Bruce


Managed Care and the Care of the Soul, Rich Furman and Carol L. Langer

The Poet/Practitioner: A Paradigm for the Profession, Rich Furman, Carol L. Langer, and Debra K. Anderson


The Research Poem in International Social Work: Innovations in Qualitative Methodology, Rich Furman, Cynthia Lietz, and Carol L. Langer

Assessing a Community's Elder Friendliness: A Case Example of the AdvantAge Initiative, David Hanson and Charles A. Emlet

Book Review: Weaving a Family: Untangling Race and Adoption, M. S. Harris


States' Initiatives to Address the Needs of Persons Dually Diagnosed With Psychiatric and Developmental Disabilities, Jessica Hartley, Eric Madfis, Elizabeth Pell, and Deborah Potter

Book Review: Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil by Mark A. Graber, Andrea Hill

Scattered Seeds: The Christian Influence on the Korean Adoption Phenomenon, JaeRan Kim


Noncustodial Fathers' Involvement With Their Children: A Right Or a Privilege?, Janice Laakso and Sheri Adams

Book Review of Understanding Social Inequality: Intersections of Clars, Age, Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Canada, Janice H. Laakso

Women, Abuse, and the Welfare Bureaucracy, Janice H. Laakso and Denise J. Drevdahl

Building and Marketing an Image in Child Welfare, Carol L. Langer, Debra K. Anderson, Rich Furman, and James R. Blue

Establishing Trustworthiness in Qualitative Research in Social Work Implications From a Study Regarding Spirituality, Cynthia A. Lietz, Carol L. Langer, and Rich Furman

Book Review of Federal Narcotic Laws and the War on Drugs: Money Down a Rat Hole by Thomas C. Rowe, Eric Madfis


Health Care Strategies for Older Adults With HIV/AIDS, K. M. Noakes and Charles A. Emlet


Identity Health, Stress, And Support: Profiles Of Transition To Motherhood Among High Risk Adolescent Girls, Paula S. Nurius, Erin A. Casey, Taryn P. Lindhorst, and RJ Macy

Challenges for Formerly Incarcerated Women, Patricia O'Brien and Diane Young


HIV-Infected and HIV-Affected Older Adults, Cynthia Cannon Poindexter and Charles A. Emlet

Systemische Implikationen Zum Menschen Und Seiner Position in Der Sozialen Arbeit (Systemic Implications About Human Beings and Their Position in Social Work), Claudia Sellmaier

Enhancing the Vocational Skills of Incarcerated Women Through a Plumbing Maintenance Program, Diane S. Young and Robert F. Mattucci

Submissions from 2005

Where Have All the Children Gone? A Review of the Literature on Factors Contributing to Disproportionality: Five Key Child Welfare Decision Points, K. Cahn and M. S. Harris


Trauma Exposure And Sexual Revictimization Risk: Comparisons Across Single, Multiple Incident, And Multiple Perpetrator Victimizations, Erin A. Casey and Paula S. Nurius

Measuring Stigma in Older and Younger Adults With HIV/AIDS: An Analysis of an HIV Stigma Scale and Initial Exploration of Subscales, Charles A. Emlet

Autoethnographic Poems and Narrative Reflections: A Qualitative Study on the Death of a Companion Animal, Rich Furman


Understanding Privatization Through the Lens of Dorwart and Epstein's Privatization and Mental Health Services: A Warning for Latin America and the Developing World, Rich Furman

Using Poetry and Written Exercises to Teach Empathy, Rich Furman

A Narrative Poem as a Source of Qualitative Data, Rich Furman and Stan Cavers

Guidelines for Responding to Clients Spontaneously Presenting Their Poetry in Therapy, Rich Furman and Kathryn Collins

Culturally Sensitive Practices and Crisis Management, Rich Furman and Kathryn S. Collins


Working With African American Children and Families in the Child Welfare System, Marian S. Harris and Ada Skyles

Career Decisions and Experiences of Social Work Faculty: A Gender Comparison, Lynn C. Holley and Diane S. Young

Beyond the Ethnographic Interview: The Research Poem as a Tool for Teaching Culturally Sensitive Social Work With Natives, C. Langer and Rich Furman

'We Are More Than Jailbirds': An Arts Program for Incarcerated Young Women, Marceline M. Lazzari, Kathryn A. Amundson, and Robert L. Jackson

Examining Interpersonal Relationship Predictors of Delinquency Across Ethnic and Racial Samples, Jeffrey K. Shears and Rich Furman

Poetry and Photography an Exploration Into Expressive/Creative Qualitative Research, Peter Szto, Rich Furman, and Carol Langer

Combining Caregiving and Career: Experiences of Social Work Faculty, Diane S. Young and Lynn C. Holley

Experiencing Social Welfare History: New York City as Case Study, Diane S. Young, P. Selmi, and L. Kilpatrick

Submissions from 2004

The Implications of Sex Tourism on Men's Social, Psychological, and Physical Health, Kimberly Bender and Rich Furman

Book Review: Gay Seattle: Stories of Exile and Belonging,, Thomas M. Diehm

HIV/AIDS and Aging, Charles A. Emlet


HIV/AIDS and Aging: A Diverse Population of Vulnerable Older Adults, Charles A. Emlet


Knowledge and Use of AIDS and Aging Services by Older, HIV-infected Adults, Charles A. Emlet

Knowledge and Use of AIDS and Aging Services by Older, HIV-Infected Adults, Charles A. Emlet

Unserved, Unseen, and Unheard: Integrating Programs for HIV-infected and HIV-affected Older Adults, Charles A. Emlet and Cynthia Cannon Poindexter

Exploring Friendship Loss Through Poetry, Rich Furman

Poetry as Qualitative Data for Exploring Social Development and Human Experience in Latin America, Rich Furman

The Prose Poem as a Means of Exploring Friendship: Pathways to Reflection, Rich Furman

Una Rosa: A Case Study of Depression in a Guatemalan Victim of Terror, Rich Furman

Using Poetry and Narrative as Qualitative Data: Exploring a Father's Cancer Through Poetry, Rich Furman

White Male Privilege in the Context of My Life, Rich Furman

Faculty Attitudes Regarding Student's Preparedness for Culturally Sensitive Social Work Practice in the United States, Richard Furman, Chance W. Lewis, and Jeffery Shears

Exploring the Ethics of Treatments for Depression: The Ethics of Care Perspective, Rich Furman, Eleanor Pepi Downey, and Robert L. Jackson