Browse School of Social Work by Subject "Sociology, Ethnic and Racial Studies"
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Asian -Americans in the Social Work Profession: Perceptions of Organizational Fairness as a Mediator of Work -Related Outcomes (2003)This study has investigated a theoretical and observed (or not observed) link between the glass ceiling literature and social justice theory, a link not previously established in the empirical literature. The study answers ...
(1994)This is a descriptive, exploratory study which examines how Asian Indian immigrants to the United States form a new identity while maintaining aspects of their traditional culture. This project analyzed three generations ...
Being a helper is being a friend: Helping perspectives of Southeast Asian refugee women as paraprofessional helpers (1992)This feminist interpretive study explores how four female paraprofessional Southeast Asian helpers perceived helping and themselves as helpers. Conceptualizing helping as lived experience--rather than as techniques or ...
(1997)This qualitative study with six Asian Indian families focussed on understanding the caregiving processes involved when one of their members is afflicted with schizophrenia. It looked at the beliefs, values, and meanings ...
(2001)This study explored the relationship between gender role attitude and Korean-American wives' levels of depression. Given the fact that Korean-American wives suffer from psychological distress and multiple burdens due to ...
Social constructions of HIV and AIDS: Relationship to the provision of social support in African-American kinship networks (1992)This is a descriptive, exploratory study which examines the relationship between socially constructed, cultural meanings of HIV and AIDS and the provision of social support within African American kinship networks. Symbolic ...