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The Resource Social work practice research for the twenty-first century, edited by Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion, and Katharine Briar-Lawson, (electronic resource)

Social work practice research for the twenty-first century, edited by Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion, and Katharine Briar-Lawson, (electronic resource)

Label
Social work practice research for the twenty-first century
Title
Social work practice research for the twenty-first century
Statement of responsibility
edited by Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion, and Katharine Briar-Lawson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This volume incorporates the concerns of a new century into models for practice research. It builds on the visionary work of William J. Reid (1928-2003) who transformed social work research through empirically based and task-centered approaches-and, more recently, synthesized intervention knowledge for framing future study. This collection reviews the task-centered model and other contemporary Evidence-Based Practice models for working with individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations. Essays demonstrate the value of these pragmatic approaches in the United States and international settings. Contributors summarize state-of-the-art methods in several key fields of service, including children and families, aging, substance abuse, and mental health. They also evaluate the research movement itself, outlining an agenda for today's sociopolitical landscape and the profession. This volume inspires practice research to prioritize evidence as a base for the profession
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
361.3/2
LC call number
HV11
LC item number
.S5886 2010
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1945-
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  • Fortune, Anne E.
  • McCallion, Philip
  • Briar-Lawson, Katharine
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  • Social service
  • Evaluation research (Social action programs)
Label
Social work practice research for the twenty-first century, edited by Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion, and Katharine Briar-Lawson, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Anne E. Fortune
  • Qualitative social work practice research
  • Ian Shaw
  • Status of evidence-based practice in selected areas of social work
  • Group work research : past, present, and future
  • Charles D. Garvin
  • Social development interventions have extensive long-lasting effects
  • Richard F. Catalano ; Karl G. Hill ; Kevin P. haggerty ; Charles B. Fleming ; J. David Hawkins
  • Advances in children's mental health
  • Mark W. Fraser ; Mary A. Terzian
  • Preface
  • Evidence-based services to children in a conservative environment
  • June G. Hopps ; Tony B. Lowe ; Latrice S. Rollins
  • Social-behavioral research in aging and the social work research agenda
  • Barbara Berkman
  • A culturally grounded approach to drug use prevention with Latino children and youth
  • Flavio Francisco Marsiglia
  • Development of intervention models with "new overwhelmed clients"
  • June G. Hopps ; Tony B. Lowe ; Ollie G. Christian
  • Pulling together research studies to inform social work practice : the science of research synthesis
  • Julia H. Littell
  • Anne E. Fortune; Philip McCallion ; Katharine Briar-Lawson
  • Part 3 An example of empirical model development and dissemination: the task-centered model
  • The intellectual legacy of William J. Reid
  • Lynn Videka ; James A. Blackburn
  • Task-centered practice in the United States
  • Ronald H. Rooney
  • Task-centered practice in Great Britain
  • Peter Marsh
  • Task-centered practice in the Netherlands
  • Nel Jagt ; Louwerus Jagt
  • Task-centered practice in Germany
  • Tribute: William J. Reid: a personal remembrance
  • Matthias Naleppa
  • Task-centered practice in Switzerland
  • Alexander Kobel ; Matthias Naleppa
  • Task-centered practice in Norway
  • Rita Elisabeth Eriksen
  • Task-centered practice in Australia
  • Christopher Trotter
  • Task-centered practice in Japan
  • Fujie Ito
  • Task-centered practice in South Korea
  • Stuart Kirk
  • Nam-Soon Huh ; Yun-Soon Koh
  • Task-centered practice in Hong Kong
  • T. Wing Lo
  • Task-centered practice in Taiwan
  • Yueh-Ching Chou ; Ronald H. Rooney
  • Part 4 Future directions
  • The question of questions : an agenda for social work practice research
  • Enola K. Proctor
  • Building capacity for intervention research
  • Jack M. Richman
  • Part 1 A historical mapping of social work practice research
  • Building evidence-based intervention models
  • Anne E. Fortune ; Philip McCallion ; Katharine Briar-Lawson
  • Critical infrastructures for social work practice research : pondering the past, framing the future
  • Ronald A. Feldman
  • Empirical practice in social work
  • Critical infrastructures for social work practice research : pondering the past, framing the future / Ronald A. Feldman -- Empirical practice in social work / Anne E. Fortune -- Qualitative social work practice research / Ian Shaw -- Group work research : past, present, and future / Charles D. Garvin -- Social development interventions have extensive long-lasting effects / Richard F. Catalano ... [et al.] -- Advances in children's mental health / Mark W. Fraser & Mary A. Terzian -- Evidence-based services to children in a conservative environment / June G. Hopps, Tony B. Lowe, & L.S. Rollins -- Social work research in aging / Barbara Berkman -- A culturally grounded approach to drug use prevention with Latino children and youth / Flavio Marsiglia -- Development of intervention models with "new overwhelmed clients" / June G. Hopps, Tony B. Lowe, and Ollie Christian -- Pulling together research studies to inform social work practice : the science of research synthesis / Julia Littell -- The intellectual legacy of William J. Reid / Lynn Videka and James Blackburn -- Task-centered practice in the United States / Ronald Rooney -- Task-centered practice in Great Britain / Peter Marsh -- Task-centered practice in the Netherlands / Nel Jagt & Lou Jagt -- Task-centered practice in Germany / Matthias Naleppa -- Task-centered practice in Switzerland / Alexander Kobel & Matthias Naleppa -- Task-centered practice in Norway / Rita Elisabeth Eriksen -- Task-centered practice in Australia / Christopher Trotter -- Task-centered practice in Japan / Fujie Ito -- Task-centered practice in South Korea / Nam Soon Huh and Yun-Soon Koh -- Task-centered practice in Hong Kong / T. Wing Lo -- Task-centered practice in Taiwan / Yueh-Ching Chou and Ronald Rooney -- The question of questions : an agenda for social work practice research / Enola Proctor -- Building capacity for intervention research / Jack M. Richman -- Building evidence-based intervention models / Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion and Katharine Briar Lawson
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000487464
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780231512640
Isbn Type
(electronic)
Lccn
2009042015
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000487464
Label
Social work practice research for the twenty-first century, edited by Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion, and Katharine Briar-Lawson, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Anne E. Fortune
  • Qualitative social work practice research
  • Ian Shaw
  • Status of evidence-based practice in selected areas of social work
  • Group work research : past, present, and future
  • Charles D. Garvin
  • Social development interventions have extensive long-lasting effects
  • Richard F. Catalano ; Karl G. Hill ; Kevin P. haggerty ; Charles B. Fleming ; J. David Hawkins
  • Advances in children's mental health
  • Mark W. Fraser ; Mary A. Terzian
  • Preface
  • Evidence-based services to children in a conservative environment
  • June G. Hopps ; Tony B. Lowe ; Latrice S. Rollins
  • Social-behavioral research in aging and the social work research agenda
  • Barbara Berkman
  • A culturally grounded approach to drug use prevention with Latino children and youth
  • Flavio Francisco Marsiglia
  • Development of intervention models with "new overwhelmed clients"
  • June G. Hopps ; Tony B. Lowe ; Ollie G. Christian
  • Pulling together research studies to inform social work practice : the science of research synthesis
  • Julia H. Littell
  • Anne E. Fortune; Philip McCallion ; Katharine Briar-Lawson
  • Part 3 An example of empirical model development and dissemination: the task-centered model
  • The intellectual legacy of William J. Reid
  • Lynn Videka ; James A. Blackburn
  • Task-centered practice in the United States
  • Ronald H. Rooney
  • Task-centered practice in Great Britain
  • Peter Marsh
  • Task-centered practice in the Netherlands
  • Nel Jagt ; Louwerus Jagt
  • Task-centered practice in Germany
  • Tribute: William J. Reid: a personal remembrance
  • Matthias Naleppa
  • Task-centered practice in Switzerland
  • Alexander Kobel ; Matthias Naleppa
  • Task-centered practice in Norway
  • Rita Elisabeth Eriksen
  • Task-centered practice in Australia
  • Christopher Trotter
  • Task-centered practice in Japan
  • Fujie Ito
  • Task-centered practice in South Korea
  • Stuart Kirk
  • Nam-Soon Huh ; Yun-Soon Koh
  • Task-centered practice in Hong Kong
  • T. Wing Lo
  • Task-centered practice in Taiwan
  • Yueh-Ching Chou ; Ronald H. Rooney
  • Part 4 Future directions
  • The question of questions : an agenda for social work practice research
  • Enola K. Proctor
  • Building capacity for intervention research
  • Jack M. Richman
  • Part 1 A historical mapping of social work practice research
  • Building evidence-based intervention models
  • Anne E. Fortune ; Philip McCallion ; Katharine Briar-Lawson
  • Critical infrastructures for social work practice research : pondering the past, framing the future
  • Ronald A. Feldman
  • Empirical practice in social work
  • Critical infrastructures for social work practice research : pondering the past, framing the future / Ronald A. Feldman -- Empirical practice in social work / Anne E. Fortune -- Qualitative social work practice research / Ian Shaw -- Group work research : past, present, and future / Charles D. Garvin -- Social development interventions have extensive long-lasting effects / Richard F. Catalano ... [et al.] -- Advances in children's mental health / Mark W. Fraser & Mary A. Terzian -- Evidence-based services to children in a conservative environment / June G. Hopps, Tony B. Lowe, & L.S. Rollins -- Social work research in aging / Barbara Berkman -- A culturally grounded approach to drug use prevention with Latino children and youth / Flavio Marsiglia -- Development of intervention models with "new overwhelmed clients" / June G. Hopps, Tony B. Lowe, and Ollie Christian -- Pulling together research studies to inform social work practice : the science of research synthesis / Julia Littell -- The intellectual legacy of William J. Reid / Lynn Videka and James Blackburn -- Task-centered practice in the United States / Ronald Rooney -- Task-centered practice in Great Britain / Peter Marsh -- Task-centered practice in the Netherlands / Nel Jagt & Lou Jagt -- Task-centered practice in Germany / Matthias Naleppa -- Task-centered practice in Switzerland / Alexander Kobel & Matthias Naleppa -- Task-centered practice in Norway / Rita Elisabeth Eriksen -- Task-centered practice in Australia / Christopher Trotter -- Task-centered practice in Japan / Fujie Ito -- Task-centered practice in South Korea / Nam Soon Huh and Yun-Soon Koh -- Task-centered practice in Hong Kong / T. Wing Lo -- Task-centered practice in Taiwan / Yueh-Ching Chou and Ronald Rooney -- The question of questions : an agenda for social work practice research / Enola Proctor -- Building capacity for intervention research / Jack M. Richman -- Building evidence-based intervention models / Anne E. Fortune, Philip McCallion and Katharine Briar Lawson
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000487464
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780231512640
Isbn Type
(electronic)
Lccn
2009042015
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000487464

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