# Browse by Subject "Social Work"

• (1987)
Based on the principle of citizen participation, the theory of cultural pluralism, and the concept of service partnership, this study focused on the Asian American elderly in a large midwestern city to examine the problems ...

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• (11/1/1999)
Extraction from a larger work for the use of ILO staff in preparing training documents.

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• (1982)
A stated policy goal in the United States is to increase the labor force participation rates among men ages 65-69 as a means of alleviating the long-term financial difficulties of the old-age pension program under social ...

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• (1996)
The present study examined the educational attainments of young adults who have been emancipated from the foster care system. Data for this study were taken from a sub-set of youth who participated in the Foster Youth ...

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• (1990)
This study examines the influence of therapist-client personality difference upon treatment outcome. This research was conducted at a community mental health center over a six and one half month period in which personality ...

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• (1985)
Since the late 1960's there has been a trend towards the placement of mentally retarded persons in community residential facilities rather than large institutions. While many of these individuals are able to adjust to their ...

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• (1994)

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• (Office for Official Publications of the European Communities,, 1/1/2006)
A report by the EU on jobs in Social Care

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• (1990)
In this study, the author documented the development of the organizational structure of one of the oldest shelters for battered women in this nation, in order to assess the impact feminist ideology and the grassroots history ...

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• (1996)
This interpretive interactionism study explored the practice of twelve social workers employed in early intervention programs for the families of children with special needs. In particular, this study examined the nature ...

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• (1983)
Seventy-four families in which the parents defined their adolescent as uncontrollable were studied. Research questions focused on the following: (1) Problem type, severity, duration, and cause. (2) Social climate dimensions ...

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• (1994)
Instructional computing applications are increasingly being diffused throughout social work higher education. For this study, graduate faculty ($N=330$) nation-wide were surveyed about their use and perceptions of computers ...

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• (1996)
This study explored the impact of a brief, narrowly focused education program for divorcing parents on increasing parent awareness of children's needs and reduction of interparental conflict. Behavioral changes on dimensions ...

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• (1985)
The federal government followed a consistent policy for the mentally and developmentally disabled between 1960 and 1980. The policy emphasized a shift away from institutional settings for the provision of services toward ...

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• (1986)
The study addresses the issue of the influence of values on eligibility decisions in social service agencies. It examines the association between individual values of professionals and their decisions related to the ...

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• (1988)
This dissertation explores the phenomena and theoretical formulations that underlie patient satisfaction. Specifically, it explores the relationship between patient expectations (importance ratings and anticipation) and ...

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• (1996)
The education given to social work students in developing countries has been the subject of much recent study. In the earlier half of this century, professional social work was transferred from the developed world to ...

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• (1985)
This dissertation describes the characteristics of Korean blue-collar workers, and compares them with auto workers in four other countries to evaluate the applicability of three theories (convergence, dependency, and ...

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• (1992)
This study examines information sharing by social workers with child welfare clients as an aspect of empowerment. The research was conducted through a mail survey to a random sample of social workers working in child ...

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• (1989)
This exploratory study used a mailed questionnaire to collect data on the frequency with which information about clients, services, staff, and finances are used by human service workers. The 241 questionnaire items were ...

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