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Recently important changes have been made to fire service management practices in Australia; however, these changes have typically not been based on empirical research or followed up by systematic… Continue Reading
Review(s) of: HIV and Social Work: A Practitioner's Guide, by Aronstein, David M and Thompson, Bruce J (Eds.) The Harringston Park Press, New York, 1998, xxxii + 586pp., $24.95 (paperback).
I read with interest the target article entitled "Parental Socialization of Emotion," in which Eisenberg, Cumberland, and Spinrad review literature regarding parental emotion-related socialization… Continue Reading
We reflect on our experience in the first six months of a project, of moving from a user study to design and business implications. Our experience has been shaped by the realization we are at the… Continue Reading
We discuss the methodological implications of moving from grounded theory to user requirements for the design of information and communication technologies. This is a problem that is particularly… Continue Reading
Review(s) of: Jill L. McNish, Transforming Shame: A Pastoral Response, Haworth Press, Binghamton and New York, 2004, 251 pp., $19.95, paperback
In this paper we report on a qualitative and quantitative study of people's control of personal information in Australia. User control is the central requirement for privacy and identity. Control of… Continue Reading
Review(s) of: Dusty Miller, Women Who Hurt Themselves: A Book of Hope and Understanding, Basic Books, Binghamton and New York, 2005, 280 pp., $18.00, paperback.
Review(s) of: Beverly A. Ogilvie, Mother-daughter Incest: A Guide for Helping Professionals, The Haworth Press, Binghamton and New York, 2004, 201 pp., $19.95, paperback
Review(s) of: From Generation to Generation: The Health and Well-being of Children in Immigrant Families, edited by Hernadez, Donald J. and Charney, Evan. National Academy Press, Washington D. C.,… Continue Reading