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A Pattern Language - Towns, Buildings, Construction
This book will enable a person to make a design for almost any kind of building, or any part of the built environment, which will replace existing ideas and practices entirely.
Just Practice
The 21st-century challenges to social justice, human rights, and citizenship posed by transnational capital, growing global inequality and social exclusion, and multiple forms of violence confront
Interevention for victims of child sexual abuse: An evaluation of the Children's Advocacy Model
Interagency coordination is a strategy for reducing trauma experienced by children during investigations of alleged sexual abuse. This report examines characteristics and outcomes of clients
Engaging Students in Research: A Participatory BSW Program Evaluation
This article presents a case study of an experiential approach to teaching undergraduate research methods that engages students in conducting a formative program evaluation of their own BSW program.
Food Matters
Abstract Community practitioners have paid little attention to food insecurity, an issue that has been addressed primarily at the individual level through emergency food assistance. Addressing
Community-Based Participatory Research: Group Work for Social Justice and Community Change
ABSTRACT Social workers today confront complex practice challenges as corporate interests trump human need in a rapidly globalizing world economy. One way to meet these challenges is through a social
Breaking Silence, Building Solutions: The Role of Social Justice Group Work in the Retention of Faculty of Color
In spite of their many diversity initiatives, predominantly White colleges and universities have a poor track record in the recruitment and retention of faculty of color. This article unpacks the
The Faculty Meeting: Practicing Social Justice-Oriented Group Work
Social group work scholars and practitioners have begun to locate and recognize important sites for thinking about and practicing social group work as increasing evidence demonstrates its diminishing
Toward Reconstructing Poverty Knowledge: Addressing Food Insecurity through Grassroots Research Design and Implementation
Some researchers are advocating an alternative approach to poverty research, one that recognizes people's lived experiences as major contributions to a comprehensive understanding of poverty and
Child Sexual Abuse and the Multidisciplinary Team Approach
This article uses the multidisciplinary team approach to child sexual abuse as a generative site for research and explores the ways in which shifting meanings of childhood and constructions of