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School of Social Work Research Publications for Leslie D. Hollingsworth

  1. Hollingsworth, L. D., Sanchez, N., Gant, L. M., Williams-Shanks, T. R., Allen-Meares, P,, & Miller, P. L. (2014). In E. Zambone & L Gonzalez (Eds.), Providing Technical Assistance to Urban Communities: A Guide of Case Studies and Advice for Community Members. Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Library.
  2. Revel-Hough, H. & Hollingsworth, L. D. (2014). The developmental progression of transracial experiences among South Korean adoptees: A review of the literature. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 24(8), 924-936.
  3. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2014). Birthmothers. In G. P. Mallon, & P. M. Hess (Eds.), Child Welfare for The 21st century: A Handbook of Children, Youth, and Family Services: Practices, Policies, and Programs (2nd ed.). 424-436. Columbia University Press.
  4. Hollingsworth, L. D., Swick, D., & Choi, Y.-J. (2013). The role of positive and negative social interactions in child custody outcomes: Voices of U.S. women with serious mental illness. Qualitative Social Work, 12(2), 153-159. Sage Publications.
  5. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2013). Resilience of black families. In D. S. Becvar (Ed.), Handbook of Family Resilience 229-244. New York, NY: Springer.
  6. Hollingsworth, L. D., MacFarlane, P., & Rassi, S. (2011). Is the Life History Calendar a valid measure of child custody loss among birth mothers with serious mental illness? Social Work Research, 35, 53-57.
  7. Allen-Meares, P., Gant, L., Shanks, T., & Hollingsworth, L. (2011). Embedded foundations: Advancing community change and empowerment. Foundation Review, 2(3), 61-78.
  8. Hollingsworth, L. D., Bybee, D., Johnson, E. I., & Swick, D. C. (2010). A comparison of caseworker characteristics in public and private foster care agencies. Children and Youth Services Review, 32, 578-584.
  9. Gant, L. M., Shimshock, K., Allen-Meares, P., Miller, P., Hollingsworth, L., & Shanks, T. (2009). Effects of Photovoice: Civic engagement among older youth in urban communities. Journal of Community Practice, 17(4), 358-376.
  10. Hollingsworth, L. D., Allen-Meares, P., Shanks, T., & Gant, L. M. (2009). Using the miracle question in community engagement and planning. Families in Society, 90(3), 332-335.
  11. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2008). Adoption. In V. N. Parillo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  12. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2008). Does the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption address the protection of adoptees’ cultural identity? And should it? Social Work 377-379.
  13. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2006). Interrace, transrace: The post-modern youth culture. In C. Franklin, M. B. Harris, & P. Allen-Meares (Eds.), School Services Sourcebook: A Guide for School-based Professionals 853-860. New York: Oxford Publications.
  14. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2005). Commentary: Content analysis as a qualitative research method (A commentary on Hollingsworth's "Transracial Adoptees in the Media: 1986-1996", published in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry,72, 289-293.). In L. B. Alexander & P. Solomon (Eds.), The Research Process in the Human Services: Behind the Scenes. Belmont, CA: Thomson Brooks/Cole.
  15. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2005). Birthmothers whose parental rights are terminated: Implications for services. In G. P. Mallon, & P. M. Hess (Eds.), Child Welfare for The 21st Century: A Handbook of Practices, Policies, and Programs 469-481. Columbia University Press.
  16. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2005). Ethical considerations in prenatal sex selection. Health and Social Work, 30(2), 126-135.
  17. Mowbray, C. T., Bybee, D., Hollingsworth, L., Goodkind, S., & Oyserman, D. (2005). Living arrangements and social support: Effects on the well-being of mothers with mental illness. Social Work Research, 29(1), 41-55.
  18. Alexander, L., Hollingsworth, L. D., Dore, M. M., & Hoopes, J. W. (2004). "A Family of Trust": African American parents' stories of adoption disclosure. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 74(4), 448-455.
  19. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2004). Child custody loss among women with persistent severe mental illness. Social Work Research, 28(4), 199-209.
  20. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2003). What social workers should know about transcultural adoption. Ongoing 4-5.
  21. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2003). International adoption among families in the United States: Considerations of social justice. Social Work, 48(2), 209-217.
  22. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2003). When an adoption disrupts: A study of public attitudes. Family Relations, 52(2), 161-166.
  23. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2002). Should transracial adoption be allowed? In H. J. Karger, J. Midgley, & C. B. Brown (Eds.), Controversial Issues in Social Policy (2nd ed.). 221-234. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
  24. Hollingsworth, L. D. & Ruffin, V. M. (2002). Why are so many U. S. families adopting internationally?: A social exchange perspective. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 6(1), 81-97.
  25. Hollingsworth, L. D. (2002). Transracial adoptees in the media: 1986-1996. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 72(2), 289-293.


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