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HUMN 4920 Required Course Readings

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Aboraya, A. (2009). Use of structured interviews by psychiatrists in real clinical settings: Results of an open-ended survey. Psychiatry, 6(6), 24-27.

Bruchmuller, K., Margraf, J., Suppiger, A., & Scneider, S. (2011). Popular or unpopular? Therapists’ use of structured interviews and their estimation of patient acceptance. Behavior Therapy, 42(4), 634-643.

Brun, C., & Rapp, R. C. (2001). Strengths-based case management: Individual’s perspectives on strengths and the case manager relationship. Social Work, 46(3), 278-288.

Cnaan, R. A., &  Boddie, S. C.  (2006). Setting the context: Assessing the effectiveness of faith-based social services. Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work, 25 (3/4), 5-18.

Dettlaff, A., & Fong, R. (2011). Conducting culturally competent evaluations of child welfare programs and practices. Child Welfare, 90 (2), 49-68.

Haley-Lock, A. (2008). Happy doing good? How workers’ career orientations and job satisfaction relate in grassroots human services. Journal of Community Practice, 16 (2). 143-163.

Jones, K. D., (2010). The unstructured clinical interview. Journal of Counseling & Development, 88, 220-226.

Keller, S., M., Helton, L., R. (2010). Culturally competent approaches for counseling urban Appalachian clients: An exploratory case study. Journal of Social Service Research, 36 (2), 142-150.

Langer, E. M., Gifford, A. L., & Chan, K., (2011). Comparative logic modeling for policy analysis: The case of HIV testing policy change at the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.  Health Services Research, 46 (5), 1628-1645.

Rapp, R. C (2007). The strengths perspective: Proving “my strengths” and “it works.” Social Work, 52(2), 185-186.

Redko, C., Rapp, R. C., Elms, C., Snyder, M., Carlson, R. G. (2007). Understanding the working alliance between persons with substance abuse problems and strengths-based case managers. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39(3), 241-250.

Savaya, R., & Waysman, M. (2005). The logic model: A tool for incorporating theory in development and evaluation of programs. Administration in Social Work, 29 (2), 85-104.

Stewart, D., Law, M., Russell, D., Hanna, S. (2004). Evaluating children’s rehabilitation services: An application of a programme logic model.  Child: Care, Health & Development, 30 (5), 453-462.

Strier, R. (2009). Class-competent social work: A preliminary definition. International Journal of Social Welfare, 18 (3), 237-242.

Swigonski, M., Ward, K., Mama, R. S., Rodgers, J., & Belicose, R. (2006). An agenda for the future: Student portfolios in social work education.  Social Work Education, 25(8), 812-823

Tse, S., Divis, M., & Li, Y. B., (2010). Match or mismatch: Use of the strengths model with Chinese migrants experiencing mental illness: Service user and practitioner perspectives. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 13(3), 171-188.

Vanderplasschen, M., Wolf, J., Rapp, R. C., &  Broekaert, E. (2007). Effectiveness of different models of case management for substance-abusing populations. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39(1), 81-95.

Whaley, A. L., & Geller, P. A. (2007). Toward a cognitive model of ethnic/racial biases in clinical judgment. Review of General Psychology, 11(1), 75-96.

Other Readings

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