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Manchester, Anne - - 2011
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Adams, John - - 2011
Rotherham, Barbara - - 2011
Mokrzeck, Marianne - - 2011
Hewlett, Robyn - - 2011
Smith, Lisa - - 2011
Mojel, Sam - - 2011
Murdach, Allison - - 2011
Lee, Kyoung - - 2011
This study explores factors that influence the general well-being (anxiety, depression, positive well-being, self-control, vitality, and general health) of low-income Korean immigrant elders by interviewing 206 older adults living in Los Angeles County and Orange County, California. Ordinary least squares regression results reveal that lack of English proficiency and longer ...
Kim, Hansung - - 2011
The high risk of burnout in the social work profession is well established, but little is known about burnouts impact on the physical health of social workers. This article examines the relationship between burnout and physical health, using data from a longitudinal study of social workers. California-registered social workers (N ...
Hardina, Donna - - 2011
In this article, findings from a national survey of social service managers are described. Respondents were asked to identify theories and models of management that influenced their administrative activities. The results indicate that many of the respondents used an empowerment-oriented approach to management. Respondents were more likely to engage in ...
Jackson, Kelly - - 2011
According to the 2010 U.S. census, approximately 9 million individuals report multiracial identities. By the year 2050, as many as one in five Americans could claim a multiracial background. Despite this population growth, a review of recent empirical and theoretical literature in social work suggests a disproportionate lack of attention ...
Corvo, Kenneth - - 2011
Placed in the historical context of government funding of academic research, this critical analysis identifies the complexities and implications of schools of social work pursuing federal grants for research. Schools of social work with particular organizational characteristics are better able to compete for federal grants, incurring lower opportunity costs than ...
Hodge, David - - 2011
Although social work practitioners are increasingly likely to administer spiritual assessments with Native American clients, few qualitative assessment instruments have been validated with this population. This mixed-method study validates a complementary set of spiritual assessment instruments. Drawing on the social validity literature, a sample of experts in Native culture (N ...
Marshall, Jamie - - 2011
Every day in the United States, over half a million social workers provide services to people with health, mental health, and substance abuse problems in a fragmented system that emphasizes disease treatment over prevention. Powerful issues--including health inequities, population aging, globalization, natural disaster, war, and economic downturn--make the need for ...
Pomeroy, Elizabeth - - 2011
Bannigan, Katrina - - 2011
Richards, Sheelagh - - 2011
Whitehead, Phillip - - 2011
Obtaining research governance approvals for research involving the National Health Service (NHS) has become increasingly complex. In order to obtain the necessary approvals to interview 20 occupational therapists from a range of locations across the United Kingdom, the authors had to submit lengthy applications to all 20 sites. Before issuing ...
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