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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. Ortega, R. M. (in press). Child welfare and schools. In Franklin, C., Harris, M.B. & Allen-Meares, P. The School Services Sourcebook: A Guide for School-based Professionals, 3rd ed. NY: Oxford University Press.
  2. Cureton, A. (in press). Making a change! Exploring refugee youths’ civic engagement in out-of-school (OST) programs. Children and Schools.
  3. Ewell Foster, C., Derwin, S., Bornheimer, L. A., Magness, C., Kahsay, E., Li Verdugo, J., Eis, M., Massey, L., Rivera, F. P., & King, C. (in press). Firearm safe storage in rural families: Community perspectives about ownership and safety messaging. Health Promotion Practice.
  4. O’Keefe, V. M., Maudrie, T. L., Cole, A. B., Ullrich, J. S., Fish, J., Hill, K. X., White, L., Redvers, N., Jernigan, V. B. B., Lewis, J. P., West, A. E., Aqpik Apok, C., White, E. J., Ivanich, J. D., Schultz, K., Lewis, M. E., Sarche, M. C., Gonzalez, M. B., Parker, M., Neuner Weinstein, S. E., McCray, C. J., Warne, D., Black, J. C., Richards, J. R. R., & Walls, M. L. (in press). Conceptualizing indigenous strengths-based health and wellness research using Group Concept Mapping. Archives in Public Health.
  5. McCarter, S., Quinn, C. R., Lea, C., & Abrams, L. (In press). Promote Smart Decarceration. In M. Teasley, M. Spencer, K. Tertrick & M. Davis. (Eds.), Social Work and the Grand Challenge to Eliminate Racism.
  6. Boyd, D., Abubakari, G. M., LoVette, A., Whitfield, D. L., Turpin, R., Ramos, S. R., Quinn, C. R., & Hickson, D. A. (in press). Assessing the influence of child sexual behavior on depression among Black MSM in the South. Archives of Sexual Behavior.
  7. Waller, B., Maleku, A., Quinn, C. R., Adhikari, A., B., Sprague-Martinez, L., Traube, D., & Bellamy, J. (in press). Just research: Advancing antiracist and antioppressive social work research. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research.
  8. Beltran, R., Brown, D., Dunbar, A. Z., Schultz, K., & Fernandez, A. (in press). Indigenist abolition: A talk story on ideas and strategies for social work practice. In M. Kim, C. Rasmussen, & D. Washington (Eds.) Abolitionist social work: Possibilities, paradox and praxis. Haymarket Press.
  9. Zhang, A. (in press). Cognitive behavior therapy and social work practice. In C. Franklin, & K. Jordan (Eds.). Social Work Treatment: Interlocking Theoretical Approaches. Oxford University Press.
  10. Zhang, A., & Zebrack, B. (in press). Psychosocial Intervention to Facilitate Disease Management in Adolescent and Young Adults. In N. Schneiderman (Ed.). APA Handbook of Health Psychology, 2, 22. American Psychological Association.
  11. Gonzalez Benson, O., Yu, M. & Magan, I. (in press). Outreach work in 'hard-to-reach' communities: A critical analysis of task shifting, contact making, establishing credibility and on-the-spot, solution-focused assistance. British Journal of Social Work.
  12. Lou, M. & Li, L. W. (in press). Trajectories of social isolation and depressive symptoms in mid- and later life: A parallel process latent growth curve analysis. Aging and Mental Health.
  13. Liu, J., Lou, Y., Li, L. W., Zhang, Z., & Xu, H. (in press). Dyadic effects on depressive symptoms of spouse caregivers and their care recipients: Evidence from China. Aging and Mental Health.
  14. Brescia, A., Piazza, R., Jenkins, J, ... Byrnes, M., & Deeb, M. G. (in press). The impact of non-pharmacological interventions on patient experience, opioid use, and healthcare utilization in adult cardiac surgery patients: Protocol for a mixed methods study. JMIR Research Protocols.
  15. Cureton, A. (in press). Girls rule art! Exploring forcibly displaced girls engagement in arts-based programs. Journal of Girlhood Studies.
  16. Hawkins, J., Kieffer, E. C., Sinco, B., Piatt, G., Jones, L., Mitchell, J., Espitia, N., LeBron, A., Kloss, K., Kurnick, K., & et al. (in press). Using path analysis and linear regression to test for gender and participation: effects in a culturally tailored diabetes intervention for Latino/a adults. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health.
  17. Kong D., Chen A., Zhang J., Xiang X., Lou V., Kwok T., & Wu B. (in press). Public discourse and sentiment toward dementia on Chinese social media: Findings from a machine learning analysis. JMIR Aging, 24(9).
  18. Genova, H., Sherwood, K., Goverover, Y., Dawalt, L., & Smith, M. J. (in press). Initial validation of measures assessing job interviewing anxiety and self efficacy ad job interview training motivation for transition age autistic youth.
  19. Haroz, E. E., Wexler, L., Manson, S. M., Cwik, M., O’Keefe, V., Allen, J., Rasmus, S., Buchwald, D., & Barlow, A. (in press). Sustaining suicide prevention programs in American Indian and Alaska Native communities and Tribal health centers. Implementation Research and Practice.
  20. 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.
  21. Paceley, M. S., Kattari, S. K., Jackson Levin, N., Banks, A., Rameyer Winter, V., Bauerband,L., & Harper, D. (in press). Inclusive, innovative and interdisciplinary: Promoting a paradigmatic shift in cancer research among transgender and gender diverse adolescents and young adults. Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health: Advancing Health Equity in Sexual and Gender Minority Cancer Care.
  22. Greene, J. & Seefeldt, K. S. (in press). Learning from youth: Using positive outcomes to evaluate summer youth employment programs. Journal of Adolescent Development.
  23. Cross, F. L. (in press). Documentation status socialization as an ethnic-racial socialization dimension: Incorporating the experience of mixed-status Latinx families. Studies in Social Justice.
  24. Fusaro, V., Shaefer, H. L. & Simington, J. (in press). Communities moving ahead, falling behind: Evidence from the index of deep disadvantage. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
  25. Constante, K., Cross, F. L., Piceno, V., & Rivas-Drake, D. (in press). Latinx adolescent ethnic-racial discrimination and expected future barriers over time. Developmental Psychology.

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