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School of Social Work Research Publications for Paula Allen-Meares

  1. Allen-Meares, P., & Lane, B. (1987). Grounding social work practice in theory: Ecosystems. Social Casework, 68(9), 515-521.
  2. Allen-Meares, P., & Pugach, M. (1987). Collaboration of among school-based professions at the preservice level: A dimension of educational reform. Journal of Educational and Psychological Research, 7(4), 215-225.
  3. Levine, R., Allen-Meares, P., & Easton, F. (1987). Primary prevention and the educational preparation of school social workers. Social Work in Education, 9(3), 145-158.
  4. Allen-Meares, P. (1987). A national study of educational reform: Implications for social work services in schools. Children and Youth Services Review, 9(3), 207-219.
  5. Allen-Meares, P. (1987). Depression in childhood and adolescence. Social Work, 32(6), 512-517.
  6. Allen-Meares, P., & Shores, D. (Eds.). (1986). Adolescent Sexualities: An Overview and Principles of Intervention. New York: Haworth Press.
  7. Allen-Meares, P., & Shores, D. (1986). A transactional framework for working with adolescents and their sexualities. Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality, 5(1), 71-80.
  8. Allen-Meares, P. (1985). [Review of the book Adolescent sexuality in a changing society]. Social Work, 30(3), 276.
  9. Allen-Meares, P. (1985). Assessing behavioral disorders in children: An eclectic approach. Social Work in Education, 7(2), 100-114.
  10. Pugach, M., & Allen-Meares, P. (1985). Collaboration at the preservice level: Instructional and evaluation activities. Journal of Teacher Education and Special Education Council on Exceptional Children, 8(1), 3-12.
  11. Monkman, M., & Allen-Meares, P. (1985). The TIE framework: A conceptual map for social work assessment. Arete, 10(1), 41-49.
  12. Allen-Meares, P. (1984). [Review of the book Teenage sexuality, pregnancy and childbearing]. Social Work in Education, 6(2), 68-69.
  13. Allen-Meares, P. (1984). [Review of the book Family life & school achievement: Why poor black children succeed or fail]. Social Work in Education, 7(3), 204-205.
  14. Allen-Meares, P. (1984). Content analysis: It does have a place in social work research. Journal of Social Service Research, 7(4), 51-68.
  15. Allen-Meares, P. (1984). Adolescent pregnancy and parenting: The forgotten adolescent father and his parents. Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality, 3(1), 27-38.
  16. Allen-Meares, P. (1984). Sexually active adolescents: Implications for social work intervention and family planning services. Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality, 3(1), 17-26.
  17. Coughlin, A., & Allen-Meares, P. (1984). The Social History of the Educationally Handicapped Student: A Policy Statement of the Practice Advancement Council on Social Work Service in Schools 1-13. Washington, DC: NASW.
  18. Allen-Meares, P. (1984). Are we adequately training social workers for effective practice in schools? A follow-up study. Arete, 9(1), 54-59.
  19. Monkman, M., & Allen-Meares, P. (1984). An exploratory study of school social work practice and its fit to the TIE framework. School Social Work, 9(1), 9-22.
  20. Allen-Meares, P. (1983). [Review of the book The practice of social work in schools (pp. 1-167)]. Social Casework, 65(6), 379-383.
  21. Allen-Meares, P., & Yeck, D. (1983). Pupil Personnel Service Manual: Recommended Practices and Procedures for School Social Work. Springfield: Illinois State Board of Education.
  22. Allen-Meares, P., & Lane, B. (1983). Do educators and practitioners have differing views of school social work? Social Work in Education, 5(3), 114-156.
  23. Allen-Meares, P., & Lane, B. (1983). Assessing the adaptive behavior of children and youth. Social Work, 28(4).
  24. Allen-Meares, P. (1982). [Review of the book Social psychology for social work and the mental health profession (pp. 1-581)]. School Social Work Journal, 8, 53-54.
  25. Allen-Meares, P. (1982). [Review of the book Troubled children/troubled systems (pp. 1-259)]. Children and Youth Services Review, 6(1), 72-75.


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