•  
  •  
 

Authors

Abstract

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • INDOCHINESE MENTAL HEALTH IN NORTH AMERICA: MEASURES, STATUS, AND TREATMENTS - Thanh V. Tran and Donna L. Ferullo
  • AN AFROCENTRIC PERSPECTIVE ON SOCIAL WELFARE PHILOSOPHY AND POLICY - Jerome H. Schiele
  • TOWARD A SOCIOCULTURAL CONTEXT FOR UNDERSTANDING VIOLENCE AND DISRUPTION IN BLACK URBAN SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES - Linwood H. Cousins
  • RECONSTRUCTING SEX OFFENDERS AS MENTALLY ILL: A LABELING EXPLANATION - Rudolph Alexander, Jr.
  • PERSONAL NARRATIVE AND THE SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE LIVES OF FORMER PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS - Robin M. Gilmartin
  • ETHICS IN FIELD EDUCATION: PROMISE, PRETENSION, OR PRACTICE? - Gary Mathews, Susan Weinger, and Marion Wijnberg
  • THE CASE FOR PERMANENT FOSTER CARE - Judy Fenster

RESEARCH NOTES

  • WELFARE PLASTIC: THE TRANSFORMATION OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE - Mark Peyrot, William L. Harris, L. Mickey Fenzel, and John Burbridge
  • FOSTER PARENT DEMOGRAPHICS: A RESEARCH NOTE - Kathleen M. Kirby
  • DEGREED AND NONDEGREED LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKERS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY - John T. Pardeck, Woo Sik Chung, and John W. Murphy

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Clinical Social Work: Definition, Practice and Vision. Rachelle A. Dorfman. Reviewed by Cynthia Franklin, University of Texas, Austin.
  • The Politics of Child Abuse in America. Lela B. Costin, Howard Jacob Karger and David Stoesz. Reviewed by Jill Duerr-Berrick, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Spirituality in Social Work Practice. Ronald K. Bullis. Reviewed by Lolita Perkins, Louisiana State University.
  • Children in Groups: A Social Work Perspective. Marian Fatout. Reviewed by Charles Garvin, University of Michigan.
  • Measuring the Performance of Human Service Programs. Lawrence L. Martin and Peter M. Kettner. Reviewed by Shana Schuyten, Louisiana State University.

BOOK NOTES

  • Under Attack: Fighting Back: Women and Welfare in the United States. Mimi Abramovitz.
  • European Welfare Policy: Squaring the Circle. Vic George and Peter Taylor-Gooby (Eds.).
  • Who We Are: A Second Look. Margaret Gibelman and Philip H. Schervish.
  • Miles to Go: A Personal History of Social Policy. Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
  • Building America: The Democratic Promise of Public Work. Harry C. Boyte and Nancy N. Kari.

Share

COinS