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School of Social Work Research Publications for Charles D. Garvin

  1. Garvin, C., Gutiérrez, L., & Davis, L. E. (2020). Social work luminaries: Luminaries who contributed to social work theory and scholarship in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work. Oxford Press.
  2. Garvin, C., Gutiérrez, L., & Davis, L. E. (2020). Social work luminaries: Luminaries contributing to the founding of social work practice, policy, and research in the United States. Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work. Oxford Press.
  3. Garvin, C., Gutiérrez, L., & Davis, L. E. (2020). Social work luminaries: Luminaries contributing to the clarification and elaboration of social work practice and theory. Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work. Oxford Press.
  4. Ortega, R. M. & Garvin, C. D. (2019). The erosion of democracy in many countries: What should be group work’s response? Social Work with Groups, 43(4), 283-291.
  5. Garvin, C. D. (2016). Social Work and Social Justice: Concepts, Challenges, and Strategies. Oxford University Press.
  6. Garvin, C. D., & Tolman, R. M. (2015). Group Work Research. Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods Series. Oxford Press.
  7. Reed, B. G., Ortega, M., & Garvin, C. (2010). Small group theory and social work practice: Promoting diversity and social justice or recreating inequities? In R. Greene & N. Kropf (Eds.), Human Behavior Theory and Social Work Practice: A Diversity Framework. N Y: Aldine de Gruyter.
  8. Bargal, D., & Garvin, C. (2008). Summary and implications for the next stage: an epilogue. Small Group Research, 39(1), 104-110.
  9. Garvin, C. (2008). Project program development and implementation. Small Group Research, 39(1), 60-81.
  10. Garvin, C., & Bargal, D. (2008). An introduction to the project: Rationale and development. Small Group Research, 39(1), 3-16.
  11. Garvin, C., Gutierrez, L., & Galinsky, M. (Eds.). (2004). Handbook of Social Work with Groups. Guilford Press.
  12. Allen-Meares, P., & Garvin, C. (2000). Handbook of Social Work Direct Practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  13. Dover, M., Garvin, C., Goodkind, S., Moch, M., & Reisch, M. (Eds.). (2000). The social work response to war in the Balkans. Special Issue of Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 6.
  14. Lewis, E. A., Spencer, M., & Gutierrez, L. (2000). Multicultural perspectives on direct practice in social work. In C. Garvin & P. Allen-Meares (Eds.), The Handbook of Social Work Direct Practice 131-150. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  15. Tropman, J. E., & Garvin, C. D. (1998). Social Work in Contemporary Society (2nd ed.). Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
  16. Garvin, C., & Tropman, J. E. (1997). Instructor's Manual and Test Bank for Social Work in Contemporary Society. Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
  17. Tucker, D. J., Garvin, C., & Sarri, R. (1997). Integrating Knowledge and Practice: The Case of Social Work and Social Science. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  18. Seabury, B. A., & Garvin, C. (1997). Interpersonal Practice in Social Work: Promoting Competence and Social Justice. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
  19. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1996). Feminist psychodynamic group psychotherapy: The application of principles. In B. de Chant (Ed.), Women and Group Psychotherapy: Theory, and Practice 127-156. Guilford Press.
  20. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1996). Feminist thought and group psychotherapy: Feminist principles as praxis. In B. de Chant (Ed.), Women and Group Psychotherapy: Theory, and Practice 15-49. Guilford Press.
  21. Powell, T. J., Kurtz, L. F., Garvin, C. D., & Hill, E. M. (1996). A model of A.A. utilization by persons with a dual diagnosis (the co-occurrence of alcoholism and severe mental illness). Contemporary Drug Problems, 23(1), 139-157.
  22. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1995). Sources and visions for feminist group work: Reflective processes, social justice, diversity and connection. In N. Van Den Bergh (Ed.), Feminist Visions for Social Work 41-69. Washington, DC: National Association of Social Workers.
  23. Kurtz, L. F. Garvin, C. D. Hill, E. M., Pollio, D., & McPherson, S., & Powell, T. J. (1995). Involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous by persons with dual diagnoses. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 12(4), 1-18.
  24. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1994). Small group theory and social work practice: Promoting diversity and social justice or recreating inequities? In R. Greene (Ed.), Human Behavior Theory and Social Work Practice: A Diversity Framework 173-202. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.
  25. Tropman, J. E., & Garvin, C. D. (1992). Social Work in Contemporary Society. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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