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HUMN 6152 Human Services Administration: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

HUMN 6152 Required Course Readings

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Barsade, S. G., & O’Neill, O. A. (2014). What’s love got to do with it? A longitudinal study of the culture of companionate love and employee and client outcomes in a long-term care setting. Administrative Science Quarterly, 59(4), 551-598.

Barsky, A., Sherman, D., & Anderson, E. (2015). Social work educators' perceptions BSW programs: Ethical inspiration of faith-based and conflicts. Journal of Social Work Values & Ethics, 12(1), 77-87.

Bogo, M., & Dill, K. (2008). Walking the tightrope: Using power and authority in child welfare supervision. Child Welfare, 87(6), 141-157.

Chen, Y.-M., Hedrick, S. C., & Young, H. M. (2010). A pilot evaluation of the family caregiver support program. Evaluation and Program Planning, 33(2), 113-119.

CoonerCooner, T. S. (2014). Using Facebook to explore boundary issues for social workers in a networked society: Students' perceptions of learning. British Journal of Social Work, 44(4), 1063-1080. 

Farh, C. C., & Zhijun, C. (2014). Beyond the individual victim: Multilevel consequences of abusive supervision in teams. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99(6), 1074-1095.

Gelfand, M. J., Leslie, L. M., Keller, K. & Dedreu, C. W. (2010).  Cultures of conflict: How leaders and members shape conflict cultures in organizations.  Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, 1-6.

Hanna, M. D., & Potter, C. C. (2012). The effective child welfare unit supervisor. Administration in Social Work, 36(4), 409-425.

Isaacs, A. N., Pepper, H., Pyett, P., Gruis, H. A., Waples-Crowe, P., & Oakley-Browne, M. A. (2011). What you do is important but how you do it is more important. Qualitative Research Journal (RMIT Training Pty Ltd Trading As RMIT Publishing), 11(1), 51-60.

Kennedy, S. S., & Malatesta, D. (2010). Safeguarding the public trust: Can administrative ethics be taught? Journal of Public Affairs Education, 16(2), 161-180.

Lee, O. E., & Priester, M. A. (2015). Increasing awareness of diversity through community engagement and films. Journal of Social Work Education, 51(1), 35-46.

Lindberg, A. (2012). A senior manager with a knowledge management portfolio: The Santa Clara County experience. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 9(1/2), 110-120.

Marozzi, M. (2014). Construction, dimension reduction and uncertainty analysis of an index of trust in public institutions. Quality & Quantity, 48(2), 939-953.

Mathur, S. R., & Clark, H. G. (2014). Community engagement for reentry success of youth from juvenile justice: challenges and opportunities. Education & Treatment of Children, 37(4), 713-734.

Parrish, D. E., Harris, D., & Pritzker, S. (2013). Assessment of a service provider self-study method to promote interorganizational and community collaboration. Social Work, 58(4), 354-364.

Poppo, L., & Schepker, D. J. (2010). Repairing public trust in organizations. Corporate Reputation Review, 13(2), 124-141.

Pullen-Sansfaçon, A. (2011). Ethics and conduct in self-directed groupwork: Some lessons for the development of a more ethical social work practice. Ethics & Social Welfare, 5(4), 361-379.

Radey, M., & Wilkins, B. (2011). Short-term employment services for homeless individuals: Perceptions from stakeholders in a community partnership. Journal of Social Service Research, 37(1), 19-33.

Ross, M. E. (2010). Designing and using program evaluation as a tool for reform. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 5(12.7), 481-506.

Samples, M., Carnochan, S., & Austin, M. J. (2013). Using performance measures to manage child welfare outcomes: Local strategies and decision making. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 10(3), 254-264.

Simoneaux, S. L., & Stroud, C. L. (2011). SWOT analysis: The annual check-up for a business. Journal of Pension Benefits, 18(3), 75-78.

Sridharan, S., & Nakaima, A. (2011). Ten steps to making evaluation matter. Evaluation and Program Planning, 34(2), 135-146.

Srivastava, S. B., & Banaji, M. R. (2011). Culture, cognition, and collaborative networks in organizations. American Sociological Review, 76(2), 207-233. 

Stake, R. E. (2010). Program Evaluation Particularly Responsive Evaluation.Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, 7(15), 180-201.

Stephenson Jr., M. O. (2011). Considering the relationships among social conflict, social imaginaries, resilience, and community-based organization leadership. Ecology and Society, 16(1).

Walsh, M. F., & Schaeffer, P. V. (2009). Exploring gap analysis to evaluate participant satisfaction regarding community development planning programs. Community Development, 39(3), 115-129.

Warren, J., Ahls, C., Asfaw, A. H., Núñez, J. C., Weatherford, J., & Zakaria, N. S. (2014). Ethics issues and training needs of mental health practitioners in a rural setting. Journal of Social Work Values & Ethics, 11(2), 61-75.

Yanay, G.V., & Yanay, N. (2008). The decline of motivation? From commitment to dropping out of volunteering. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 19, 65-78.

Other Readings

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