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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. Hamberger, L. K., Saunders, D. G., & Hovey, M. (1970). Prevalence of domestic violence in community practice and rate of physician inquiry. In S. Perry (Ed.), Yearbook of Psychiatry and Applied Mental Health. Moseby/Yearbook Inc.
  2. Tropman, J. E., Cox, F., Erlich, J. L., & Rothman, J. (1970). Strategies of County Organization. Itasca, IL: Peacock.
  3. Powell, T. J., & Riley, J. (1970). The basic elements of community mental health education. Community Mental Health Journal, 6(3), 196-202.
  4. Tropman, J. E. (1969). Critical dimensions of community structure. Urban Affairs Quarterly.
  5. Tropman, J. E., & Erlich, J. L. (1969). The politics of participation: Student power. Social Work, 14(4), 64-72.
  6. Croxton, T. A. (1969). Juvenile Court and the Code. Urban Crime and Urban Planning. Wayne County Planning Commission.
  7. Tropman, J. E. (1968, June). The community planning organization. Working Paper, 116.
  8. Tropman, J. E. (1968). [Review of the book The non-directive approach in group and community work]. Social Service Review, 42(4), 524-525.
  9. Tropman, J. E. (1968). The Married Professional Social Worker. Journal of Marriage and The Family, 30(4), 661-665.
  10. Tropman, J. E., & Erlich, J. L. (1968). New political realities: Academia and the city: Students, like disadvantaged city-dwellers, intend to have something to say about their governance. Journal of Higher Education, 39(6), 301-308.
  11. Croxton, T. A. (1968). Five Books on Juvenile Delinquency. Child Welfare, 48.
  12. Tropman, J. E. (1967). Society and technology: Implications for breaking the poverty cycle. In G. Richards, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Canadian American Seminar. University of Windsor.
  13. Croxton, T. A. (1967). The Juvenile Court: Some Current Issues. Child Welfare, 47.
  14. Croxton, T. A. (1967). The Kent Case and its Consequences. Journal of Family Law, 7.
  15. Powell, T. J. (1967). A Dynamic Approach to School Mental Health. In G. T. School, M. N. Taylor, & E. L. Belcher (Eds.), Team Strategies in Mobilizing School and Community Services for Emotionally Disturbed Children. Lansing: Michigan Department of Education.
  16. Lee, S. J., Ward, K. P., Grogan-Kaylor, A. C., & Singh, V. (in press). Anxiety and depression during COVID-19: Are adults in households with children faring worse? Journal of General Internal Medicine.
  17. Xu, H., Liu, J., Zhang, Z., & Li, L. (in press). Sandwiched grandparents and biological health risks. Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
  18. Luo, M. , Li, L., Liu, Z., & Li, A. (in press). Sociodemographic dynamics and age trajectories of depressive symptoms among adults in mid-and later life: A cohort perspective. Aging and Mental Health.
  19. Kia, H., Salway, T., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Ferlatte, O., & Ross, L. E. (in press). “You could tell I said the wrong things”: Constructions of sexual identity among older gay men in health care settings. Qualitative Health Research.
  20. MacKinnon, M., Kia, H., & Lacombe-Duncan, A. (in press). Examining TikTok’s potential for community-engaged, digital knowledge mobilization with trans and nonbinary communities: A tutorial. Journal of Medical Internet Research.
  21. Williams Shanks, T., Danziger S. K., & Meehan, P. J. (in press). Anti-poverty policies and programs for children and families. In W. J. Hall, P. Lanier, J. J. Jenson, & M. W. Fraser (Eds.), Social Policy for Children and Families: A Risk and Resilience Perspective (4th ed.). 27-61. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.
  22. Henly, J., Lein, L., Romich, J., Shanks, T., & Sherraden, M. (in press). Reduce extreme economic inequality. Grand Challenges for Social Work and Society (2nd ed.).
  23. Blumenthal, A., & Staller, K. M. (in press). Children’s Rights. In D. Bailey & T. Mizrahi (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Macro Social Work. NASW Press; Oxford University Press.
  24. Blumenthal, A. (in press). Neglect as collective failure to provide for children: Towards a new theoretical approach. Child Welfare.
  25. Taylor, R. J., Skipper, A. D., Ellis, J. M., & Chatters, L. D. (in press). Older African American, Black Caribbean, and Non-Latino White fictive kin relationships. In L. D. Chatters & R. J. Taylor (Eds.), Black Older Adults in the Era of Black Lives Matter Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics.

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