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Abstract

  • A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYZING KNOWLEDGE UTILIZATION IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE - Craig W. LeCroy, Jose B. Ashford, & Mary Wirtz Macht
  • CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SCIENTIFIC SOCIAL WORK - Stanley L. Witkin & Shimon Gottschalk
  • WHEN IS STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE MEANINGFUL? A PRACTICE PERSPECTIVE - Robert W, Weinbach
  • WORK, VIOLENCE, INJUSTICE, AND WAR - David G. Gil
  • STREET CHILDREN PROGRAMS IN LATIN AMERICA - Mark W Lusk
  • THE LIMITS OF THE WELFARE STATE: NEW YORK CITY'S RESPONSE TO HOMELESSNESS - Joel Blau
  • OFFICIAL DOCUMENTATION OF A SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE: AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT - Dennis L. Peck & John W. Bardo
  • THE WORLD ACCORDING TO NAMBLA: ACCOUNTING FOR DEVIANCE - Mary deYoung
  • MARGINAL WOMEN UNITE! ORGANIZING THE DISABLED WOMEN'S NETWORK IN CANADA - Sharon D. Stone
  • INJURED WORKERS: FROM STATUTORY COMPENSATION TO HOLISTIC SOCIAL SERVICES - Pallassana R. Balgopal and Michael P. Nofz

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