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    • PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL WORK VOLUME 14 (WINTER 2018) 

      Minott, Kenya; Bishop, Christine; Alamdari, Sara Makki; Goulden, Amy; Richter, Rachael; Sheer, Josselyn; Wenocur, Katherine (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      This is the full-text volume of Perspectives on Social Work, vol. 14 (Winter 2018).
    • PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL WORK VOLUME 14 (SUMMER 2018) 

      Motley, Robert; Banks, Andrae; English, Sara J.; Flaherty, Andrew J.; English, Andrew R.; Rempel, Rex J. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      This is the full-text volume of Perspectives on Social Work, vol. 14 (Summer 2018).
    • The impact of paternal involvement and United States stay length on Latino youth’s depressive symptoms 

      Bishop, Christine; Alamadari, Sara Makki (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      Latino youth in the United States are more at-risk for depression than youth of other ethnic backgrounds. This manuscript assesses the impacts of sex, age, United States stay length, and whether or not Latino children ...
    • Social work for all species: Dual consideration of social work ethics and the human-animal bond 

      Wenocur, Katherine; Cabral, Rachael; Karlovits, Jennifer (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      The lives of social work clients can be greatly enhanced by relationships with non-human animals. This paper presents the viewpoint that recognition of the beneficial nature of the human-animal bond and support for clients ...
    • The integration of self-determination theory: Supplementing preceding and future models of disability 

      Goulden, Ami (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      Disability studies continues to grow as an emerging area of practice and theoretical research, branching out into sundry professions and frameworks. This expansion is leading to perpetual discussion of the more prominent ...
    • Engaging MSW students in policy advocacy practice: A sample assignment inspired by the Grand Challenges Initiative 

      Richter, Rachael A. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      Current workforce data reveals minimal social work engagement in policy practice. Similarly, a recent examination of social work education shows a continued emphasis toward micro/clinical practice despite ongoing mandates ...
    • Black Males, Trauma, and Mental Health Service Use: A Systematic Review 

      Motley, Robert; Banks, Andrae (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      Objective: To systematically review the evidence of and synthesize results from relevant studies that have examined barriers and facilitators to professional mental health service use for Black male trauma survivors ages ...
    • EDITORIAL – Social Work Values in Perspectives on Social Work 

      Minott, Kenya R. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      Social work is a broad field with social workers across the globe engaging diverse populations in a variety of settings. The scope of Perspectives on Social Work reflects this spectrum by accepting a variety of submissions ...
    • Gaslit! An Examination of Bullying on Doctoral Students 

      English, Sara J.; Flaherty, Andrew J.; English, Andrew R. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      Bullying is the intentional and repeated infliction of duress upon another person. It may be psychological or physical, subtle or surreptitious; yet, regardless of form, the bully seeks to marginalize and oppress another ...
    • Future directions for psychotherapeutic treatment of shame: A scoping study 

      Sheer, Josselyn (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      This study uses Arksey and O’Malley’s (2005) framework for scoping studies and references Rubin and Bellamy’s (2012) discussion on evidence-based practice to scope the current literature concerning the use of psychotherapy ...
    • EDITORIAL – Social Work Values in Perspectives on Social Work 

      Minott, Kenya R. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      Social work is a broad field with social workers across the globe engaging diverse populations in a variety of settings. The scope of Perspectives on Social Work reflects this spectrum by accepting a variety of submissions ...
    • The Validity and Utility of Student Evaluations 

      Rempel, Rex J. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)
      This paper explores the conundrum of student evaluations. At the end of each school term, nontenured collegiate instructors across disciplines and institutional classifications worry that student evaluations may unfairly ...