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Working on Deadline: Exploring Predictors of Career Success for U.S. Daily Newspaper Journalists
This study set out to determine whether and how much human capital, social networks, race and gender affected two measures of journalistic career outcomes, or success: pay and occupational autonomy. This project sought to ...
Training Infant Mental Health Therapists: Characteristics Related to Outcomes
This study was an outcome evaluation of a professional continuing education program for licensed mental health professionals in Florida. Each academic year beginning in 2002-2003 through 2007-2008, the Florida State ...
AIDS at 30: Implications for Social Work Education
(Taylor and Francis, 2013-03)
This article reviews themes and changes in the teaching of HIV/AIDS content in social work programs over the last 30 years. Social work education in the first decade of the epidemic was largely focused on helping clients ...
Prior Homelessness and Rent Burden as Predictors of HIV Risk for Single Room Occupancy Building Residents
Homeless and unstably housed individuals are at a higher risk for contracting HIV than their stably housed counterparts. However, definitions of homelessness have varied considerably in the literature, and little is known ...
LGB Cultural Phenomena and the Social Work Research Enterprise: Towards a Strengths-Based, Culturally Anchored Methodology
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-01)
Although the lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) community has seen new protections and benefits in the last quarter century, LGB people continue to experience stigmatization throughout American society. Social work research ...
New methodology: Measuring racial or ethnic disparities in child welfare
Understanding the disparate treatment of African American children in the child welfare system requires consideration of the dynamics at a community level and the state level. Looking across a state allows one to target ...