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Rubenstein, David - - 2011
Murdach, Allison - - 2011
Peters, Clark - - 2011
Social work's weak presence in the field of corrections is peculiar, given that those involved in the criminal and juvenile justice systems are undeniably among the vulnerable and oppressed populations that the profession has traditionally served. The field of juvenile probation shares roots with the profession of social work but ...
O'Brien, Gerald - - 2011
In the United States, genetic research, as well as policy and practice innovations based on this research, has expanded greatly over the past few decades. This expansion is indicated, for example, by the mapping of the human genome, an expansion of genetic counseling, and other biogenetic research. Also, a disability ...
Cohen, Burton - - 2011
Evidence-based practice (EBP) has emerged as an alternative to traditional social work practice and has ignited a new round in the decades-old debate about the relationship between knowledge and practice in the field. This article identifies several limitations inherent in the EBP perspective and argues that it would be unfortunate ...
Ting, Laura - - 2011
Mental health social workers are at increased risk of being confronted with fatal and nonfatal client suicidal behavior (CSB). Research has documented personal and professional reactions to CSB; however, empirical evidence describing the potential long-term effects is scarce. This study examined current reactions of perceived stress and continual thoughts of ...
Covarrubias, Irene - - 2011
In this study, the attitudes toward and beliefs about serious mental illness (SMI) held by a group of graduate social work students in the northwestern United States were examined. Mental health stigma was examined with relation to the following factors: participants' level of social contact with SMI populations, adherence to ...
Hodge, David - - 2011
Spiritual needs often emerge in the context of receiving health or behavioral health services. Yet, despite the prevalence and salience of spiritual needs in service provision, clients often report their spiritual needs are inadequately addressed. In light of research suggesting that most social workers have received minimal training in identifying ...
Shannon, Patrick - - 2011
The purpose of this study was to examine the ability of a Child Protective Services (CPS) screening and investigation process to identify children with developmental disabilities. The study used an emergent design, ethnographic interviews, purposive sampling, inductive data analysis, and grounded theory building. Ethnographic interviews were conducted with foster families, ...
Pomeroy, Elizabeth - - 2011
Raiola, Gaetano - - 2011
Problem statement: To verify the incidence of performance analysis data of bodily communication in volleyball and the difference of method gathering data between traditional method and new one. It recognizes the technical skills that are involved in bodily communication aspects. Thus, it analyzes and quantifies three specific technical skills relating ...
Raiola, Gaetano - - 2011
Problem Statement: In volleyball, the ball is constantly fast and often the single game action cannot be understand due to the motor response that are very quick. The focus is always the time occurs between the stimulation, including the feedbacks and the chosen skills to play well. In this case ...
Nuntapanich, Nawiya - - 2011
Problem statement: The implementation in developing the cultural network was a strategy for managing the culture as well as the implementing the healthy city. The objectives of this research were: (1) to study situation of peaceful city and community in overall of Middle West, (2) to analyze the potentiality and ...
Ismael, Ayoob - - 2011
Problem statement: Rural population density has a very significant independent influence over important demographic and socio -economic characteristics of the world rural communities. Thus, the understanding of rural population density becomes an important issue to be studied. Approach: Using the rural settled areas of Shaqlawa District as a case study, ...
Lyndon, N. - - 2011
Problem statement: Culture plays an important role to determine the gender ideologies to define rights and responsibilities and what the appropriate behaviour is for women and men. The objective of this study is to determine the influence of culture in educational attainment of Bidayuh men and women. Approach: This study ...
Lyndon, N. - - 2011
Problem statement: The need for local community is often neglected at macro policy level and it is crucial to engage the native world view. The native view will provide adequate information of the needs and aspirations of the community. The aim of this study is to examine the native understanding ...
Chantarasombat, Chalard - - 2011
Problem statement: This study aimed to examine the effects of using Learner Centered Action Learning Model. The research was research and development by applying Participatory Action Research method. Instruments used were an achievement test, a questionnaire on students satisfaction and focused group discussion. Approach: The statistic included the Mean, Standard ...
Yien, Jui-Mei - - 2011
Problem statement: The study has mainly been created to present a study on the significance of dynamic capability thereby stressing on the factors that can be dealt with in organizations through the use of dynamic capabilities. Approach: The literature review illustrates the effects of dynamic capabilities on managerial decisions and ...
Chantarasombat, Chalard - - 2011
Problem statement: Complete health of physical, social and intellectual development is an appropriate plan of human development and raises the quality of life in communities. If the development plan is integrated into the local community it will create peace and generosity. Good health is also fundamental to sustainable development which ...
Judi, Hairulliza - - 2011
Problem statement: Despite various initiatives and programmes by the government to incorporate ICT in education, not much research has been done to evaluate the achievement of these initiatives and programmes, including ICT proficiency among students. This study fills in the gap of lack of current information pertaining to the Malaysian ...
Chantarasombat, Chalard - - 2011
Problem statement: Developing a Community Enterprise Consultant Network for Isan (Northeast Thailand) is a Participatory Action Research with the purpose: (1) Study the current situation, problems and needs of community enterprises in Northeast Thailand (2) Create a benchmark process in the development of community enterprise consultant network. (3) Create partnerships. ...
Pholpanga, Orasa - - 2011
Problem statement: Management model on indentified corpses in charity organizations of Chinese-Thai people was consisted of committee members from various agencies to manage in overall and to solve all occurred problems. Approach: This study proposed the study on model of cremation management on unidentified corpses in charity organizations of Chinese-Thai ...
Centner, Terence - - 2011
Problem statement: Many people own pets for companionship and become attached to their animals. Given this attachment, some owners contract for veterinary services to extend the lives of their pets and may spend more money for veterinary care than their animals are worth. If their pet dies due to veterinary ...
Moorthy, Ravichandran - - 2011
Problem statement: The discourse of ethnicity, race dominance and Islamization has dominated Malaysian politics since 1957, after several centuries of colonial rule. Although the country has achieved admirable socio-economic progress, the ethnic Indians situation has somewhat remained backward compared to the Malay and Chinese communities. The objective of this article ...
Alnoor, Abdulghani - - 2011
Problem statement: The study aimed to investigating the Primary School Teacher Competency (PSTC) and design an PSTC instrument to reflect state standard and use this instrument to compare and evaluate primary school teacher competency. Approach: For this reason, the researcher formulated the following question. What are the necessary teaching competencies ...
Sola, Olorunfemi - - 2011
Problem statement: The study reviewed and appraised foreign exchange resources generation during and after SAP, it also identified the problem area of foreign exchange resources generation and management. Approach: Secondary data from CBN statistical bulletin were analyzed using descriptive and comparative analysis. Results: Result shows that the contribution of non-oil ...
Sa-Ngiamlak, Sulak - - 2011
Problem statement: Local fishery was an inherited occupation for a long time. The objective of this research were to study: (1) the local fishery lifestyle of community in local fishery on upper area in Gulf of Thailand, (2) the appropriate participation process in natural resource management on upper part in ...
Thomas, V.B. - - 2011
Problem statement: Social ties become less cohesive as society becomes urbanized. The need for social institutions to redress this state of affairs is crucial. There are two objectives of this research: (i) to examine the commitment level of volunteer residents participation in neighborhood watch organization and (ii) to identify attitudinal ...
Fuente, Francisco Pradas de - - 2011
Problem statement: The aim of this study was to assess the differences in the skiing performance of two skiing styles (classical style Vs. skate skiing), in a group of young high-level skiers. Approach: Four high-level male junior cross-country skiers from the Centre of Winter Sports of Aragon (Spain), were selected ...
Bhuiyan, Md. Anowar - - 2011
Problem statement: This study explored the plans and strategies of government for ecotourism development in Malaysia as well as ECER. Government participation is necessary in developing economies where tourism planning and promotion tend to be controlled directly by governments. The ecotourism activity should have a strong focus on learning through ...
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