Journal of Undergraduate Social Work Research - Vol. 3 No. 2 2019

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  • Garcia-Greenawalt, Leyda M. (University of Illinois School of Social Work, 2019)
    Rehabilitating youths is one of the largest struggles we face as a nation. Do we treat them as minors or do we treat them as adults? How is this decision made? It is so easy for youths to get into either system – the child ...

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  • Ravisundar, Rina; Loiseau, Amalia; Mwachande, Mau (University of Illinois School of Social Work, 2019)
    Community Based Participatory Research—CBPR—is a unique research approach that involves community members alongside qualified professional and academic researchers to pinpoint issues and to actively find solutions to mutual ...

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  • Ghonasgi, Rashmi; Park, Joyce; Welsh, Madisyn; Windsor, Liliane (University of Illinois School of Social Work, 2019)
    This study focuses on evaluating the treatment fidelity of Community Wise, a multi-level intervention aiming to reduce substance use among formerly incarcerated individuals in Newark, New Jersey. These individuals had a ...

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  • Flores, Ariana; Davalos, Scarlett (University of Illinois School of Social Work, 2019)
    Shame and pride are the primary emotions experienced due to salient social identities (Tracy, 2016). Previous research suggests shame is associated with negative well-being among sexual minority adolescents (SMAs); while ...

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  • Woolard, Sophie (University of Illinois School of Social Work, 2019)
    The poem started with me describing how I was raised and what I grew up around. I was taught from a very young age I should not see color because that would help end racism - you can’t talk about something that doesn’t ...

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