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In the next couple months articles relating to practicing social work with the Lakota and other indigenous peoples will be placed here for use by OLC students and staff, and the larger Lakota Community

16 Steps to effective mentoring

Bibliography of Native peoples wellness, risk, resilience and Prevention articles

Abrams & Gibson (2007) White Privilege and Social Work Education

Abramovitz (2001) Everyone is still on welfare: The role of redistribution in social policy

Allen (2007) Parents perspectives - An evaluation of case management interventions in home visiting programs for young children

Allen & Tracy (2008) Developing student knowledge and skills for home based social work practice

Allen-Meares (2008) Assessing the adaptive behavior of youths: Multicultural responsivity

Anagnopouolos (2006) Lakota undergraduates as partners in aging research...

Anderson (2006) Surviving incenst - The art of resistance

Anderson (2007) Multicultural group work - A force for developing and healing

Ansley & Gaventa (1997) Researching for democracy and democratizing research

APA formatting guide - in text citations

Armelius & Andreassen (2007) meta-analysis of cognitive-behavioral treatment for antisocial behavior in your in residential treatment

Backer et al (2007) The role of effective discharge planning in preventing homelessness

Bamblett & Lewis (2007) Detoxifying the child and family welfare system or aurstrailian indigenous peoples - self-determination, rights and cultura s the critical tools

Barlow, Tobin & Schmidt (2009) Social interest and positive psychologh - Postively aligned

Barnes, et al (2005) Health characteristics of the American Indian and Alaska Native Adult Pop - US 1999-2003

Barth et al (2008) Chilod welfare worker characteristics and job satisfaction - A national study

Barth (2009) Preventing child abouse and neglect with parent training - Efficiency & opportunities

Barton (2006) Incorporating the strengths perspective into intensive juvenile aftercare

Bayadayla et al (2006) Death, dying, grieving and end of life care - Understanding personal meanings of aboriginal peoples

Becker (2007) Improving health through evaluations

Bellamy, Bledsoe & Traube (2006) The current state of evidence-based practice in social work

Bennett & Shangreux (2006) Applying Maslow's Hierarchy Theory

Bennett (2005) A review of the literature on the benefits and drawbacks of parcitipatory action research

Bennett (2008) Attachment informed suprevision for social work field education

Bent et al (2004) Effects of an aboriginal cultural enrichment program on adolescent mother's self-perception

Bigler, (2005) Harm reduction as a practice and prevention model for social work

Boarding Schools article - Seattle Times, 2-3-2008

Boehm & Staples (2004) Empowerment - The point of view of consumers

Boehm & Staples (2005) Grassroots leadership in task-oriented groups

Bogo et al (2005) Field Notes - The need for radical change in field education

Boog (2003) The emancipatory character of action research - its history and the present state of the art

Botvin & Griffin (2008) School-based program to prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug use

Bowen (2005) Interview with two Lakota men

Boyd, Huss & Myers (2008) Antecedents and conseqauences of juvenile case processing

Bracken (2008) Canada's aboriginal people, fetal alcohol syndrome, and the crimimal justice system

Braxton (1995) Angry children, frightened staff - Implications for training and for staff development

Breton (2005) Learning from social group work traditions

Brindis et al (2005) Lets hear it for the guys: Califonria's male involvement program

Brisson & Roll (2008) An adult education model of resident participation: Building community capacity and strengthening neighborhoods

Broome & Broiome (2007) Native Americans - Traditional Healing

Brown & Mistry (2005) Grou work with mixed membership groups

Bruggin (2007) Miseducation - The lowdown on astinence-only sex-ed programs

Brun & Rapp (2001) Strengths based case management

Bubnack (2007) Is there room for spirit in the field of chemical dependency treatment?

Buchwald et al (2000) Physical abuse of urban Native-Americans

Burns et al (2000) Comprehensive community-based interventions for youth with severe emotional disorders - Multisystemic therapy and the wraparound process

Burrow-Sanchez & Lopez (2009) Identifying substance abuse issues in high school counselors

Burt et al (2007) Community-wide strategies for preventing homelessness - recent evidence

California Healthy Kids Survey - Middle School, Module A

California Healthy Kids Survey - Elementary school

California Healthy Kids Survey - High Scohool - Module A

California Healthy Kids Survey - High School, Resilience supplement

California Healthy Kids Survey - Middle School

California School Climate survey - staff

Cameron & Turtle-Song (2002) Learning to write case notes using the SOAP format

Campbell et al (2008) The real world of the ivory tower - linking classroom and practice via pedagogical...

Carriere (2007) Promsing practice for maintaining identities in first nation adoption

Cavell et al (2009) Policy brief - strengthening mentoring opportunities for at risk youth

Carroll & Minkler (2001) Freire's message for social workers - looking back, looking ahead

Community Based Participatory Research Bibliography

CBPR - Applicant and reviewer guidelines

CBPR - Reviewer Checklist

CBPR - Requests for applications and peer review

Chamberlin (2009) Assessment for lifetime exposure to violence as a pathway to prevention

Cheon (2008) Best practices in community-based prevention for youth substance reduction - Towards a strengths based, positive youth development policy

Cheon (2009) Convergence of a strengths perspective and youth development: Toward youth promotion practice

Children living with dependent or substance abusing parents 2002 - 2007

Chinman & Wandersman (2005) Developing evluation capacity - community science

Christens & Hanlin (2007) Getting the social organism thinking - strategies for systems change

Clark (2009) Juvenile justice and a strenghts perspecitve - Complement or clash

Clemans (2005) A feministr grlup for women rape survivors

Cohen & Mullender (2005) The personal in the political - exploring the group work continuum

Collins, Hill & Miranda (2008) Establishing postive youth development in group home settings - training implemeantion and evaluation

Colvin-Burque, Zugazaga & Davis-Maye (2007) Can cultural competence be taught; Evaluation the impact of the SOAP model

Comstock et al (2008) RElational-cultural theory - A framework for bridging relational, multicultural and social justice competencies

Conners et al (2006) Substance abuse treatment for mothers, treatment outcomes and...

Conyne et al (2008) Two key strategies for teaching prevention: Specialized course and infusion

Corporal punishment in America

Courname (2007) Are rural American Indican adolescents becoming a race of angels?

Cowen & Kilmer (2007) Positive psychology - some plusses and some open issues

Cowley & Hanna (2005) Cross-cultural skills: Crossing the disciplinary divide

Coyle (2005) Preventing and reducing violence by at-risk adolescents

Craig (2007) Community capacity building, something old, something new

Crampton (2007) Research Review - Family group decision making - a promising npractice in need of more program theory and research

Crooks et al (2007) Understanding the link between child maltreatment and juvenile delinquency

Crowe (2007) Using youth expertise at all levels - The essential resource for effective child welfare practice

Cunradi (2009) Inteimate partner violence among Hispanic men and women - The role of drinking, neighborhood disorder and acculturation related factors

Dahir & Stone (2009) School counselor accountability - The path to social justice and systemic change

Daro & Dodge (2009) Creating community responsibility for child preotection - Possibilities and challenges

DeFrain & Asay (2007) Strong families around the world - An introduction to the family strengths perspective

DeJong & Miller (1995) Inteviewing for client strengths

Dempsey (2008) The path to social justice goes through politics and economics

Denzin (1998) Social work in the seventh moment

Derzon (2007) Using correlational evidence to select youth for prevention programming

Dessel et al(2006) Using intergroup dialogue to promote social justice and social change

Didion & Gatzke (200x) The baby think it over experience to prevent teen pregnancy

Dietz et al (2002) Using professional advisory committees to achieve excellence in social work education

DiFranks (2008) Social workers and the NASW Code of Ethics - Belief, behavior, disjuncture

Dodge (2008) Framing public policy and prevention of chronic violence in American Youths

Donaldson (2004)Towads validating the therapeutic benefits of social advocacy groups

Donaldson (2005) On medicine women and white shame-ans - New age Native Americanism and commodity fetishism as pop culture feminism

Druger (2007) Four areas of support for child and youth care workers

Duckworth et al (2000) Wraparound srvices for young school children with emotional and behavioral disorders

Dulop & Fawcett (2008) Technology-based approaches to social work and social justice

Dunlap, Golub & Johnson (2006) There severely distressed African American family in the crack era - Empowerment is not enough

Dupree & Perkins (2007) Communtiy tyeps and mental health - a multilevel study of environments

Duriak et al (2007) Effects of positive youth development programs on school, family and community

Dussault (2007) Indigenous peoples and child welfare- the path to reconciliation

Dybicz (2004) An inquiry into practice wisdom

Eisner (2009) No effects in independent prevention trials - Can we reject the cynical view

Eisenhart (2007) Educational ethnography, past, present and future - ideas to think with

Emshoff et al (2007) Systems change as an outcome and a process in the workd of community collaboration

Estevez, Musitu, & Herrero (2005) The invluence of violent behavior and citimization at school on psychological distress - The role of parents and teachers

Fargion (2008) Theory and practice - A matter of words. Language, knoweldge and professional community in social work

Feinberg et al (2004) Readiness, functioning and perceived effectiveness in community prevention coalitions

Feinberg et al (2008) The longitudinal effect of technical asistance dosage on teh functioning of CTC prevention boards in Pennsylvania

Fetterman (2001) Empowerment evaluation

Finkelhor (2009) The prevention of childhood sexual abuse

Fook (2007) Theorizing from practice - towards an inclusive approach for social work research

Forte (2004) Symbolic interactionism and social work - A forgotten legacy, part 1

Forte (2004) Symbolic Interactiontism and social work - A forgotten legacy, part 2

Foster et al (2007) Building an active citizenry - the role of neighborhood problems, readiness and ...

Foster & Behrens (2007) System change reborn - rethinking our theories, methods, etc...

Foster-Fishman & Nowell (2007) PUtting the system back into systems change - A framework for understanding

Fox (2005) Collecting data on the abuse and neglect of American Indian children

Frank, Dawn et al (2003) Pine Ridge Indian Reservation South Dakota - Community mini-plan

Frankel & Frankel ((2007) Family therapy, family practice and child and family poverty

Freeman & Couchonnal (2006) Narrative and culturally based approaches in practice with families

Gair et al (2005) Indigenous and digenous knowledges

Galantar et al (2007) An overview of outpatient treatment of adolescent substance abuse

Gambrill (2008). Evidence-based (informed) macro practice - process and philosophy

Gerdes & Stromwell (2007) Conation - A missing link in the strengths perspective

Gerdes & stromwell (2009) Utilizing a measure of problem-solving strengths to increase students' self-esteem

Gibbons & Gray (2005) Teaching social work students about social policy

Gilbert (2007) Performing feminity - Young women's gendered prctice of cigarette smoking

Gitlow & Willenbring (2008) Are medications that reduce risk fo drinking or heavy drinking, or that promote abstinence of value in treatment of substance abuse?

Gleason (2007) A strengths based approach to the social developmetal study (IEP)

Goehlrich (2006) Impacts of afters chool programs on student outcomes

Goldston et al (2008) Cultural consdierations in adolescent suicide prevention and psychosocial treatment

Gomez & Ang (2007) Promoting postive youth development in schools

Gone (2007) WE never was happy living like a whiteman - mental health disparities and the postolonial predicament in american indian communities

Goodman & Wandersman (1996) How to measure community coalitions

Gough (2004)

Gray & Kabadaki (2005) A strengths perspective for assessing older adults - Curriculum enrichment in a HBSE course

Gray, Coates & Hetherington (2007) Hearing indiegenous voices in mainstream social work

Green & Glasgow (2006) Evaluating the relevance generalization and applicability of research

Green & Mercer (2001) Particpatory research - can public health researchers and agencies reconcile?

Green & White (2008) Shaped by place - Young people's decisions about education, training and work

Green (2004) Ethics and community based participatory research - commentary on Minklar

Green et al (2006) A solultion focused approach to case management and recovery with consumers who have a severe mental disability

Gregory, Green & McLaren (2007) The development of expertness - Rural practitioners and role boundaries

Grisso (2008) Adolescent offenders withi mental disorders

Gross (2007) Assisting American Indian Vets of Iraq and Afghanistan cope with PTSD

Guidelines for public child welfare agencies werving children and families experiencing domestic violence

Hall & Lynskey (2005) Is cannabis a gateway drug - Testing hypotheses about the relationship bewteen cannabis use and the use of other illicit drugs

Harachi (1997) Effective recruitment for parenting programs within ethnic minority communities

Harris et al (2007) The impact of poverty on first nations mothers attending a parenting program

Hart (2006) Indigenous knowledge and research: The Mikiwanp as a symbol for reclaiming our knoweldge and ways of knowing

Hawkins (2006) Science, social work prevention - finding the intersections

Hawkins & Weis (1985) The social development model - An integrated approach to delinquency prevention

Herrera (2008) High school students as mentors - Findings from the big brothers-big sisters school-based mentoring program

HHS - Achieveing outcomes - A practitioner's guide to effective prevention

Hill et al (2007) Empirical benchmarks for interpreting effect sizes in research

Hill (2008) Adolescnet substance use prevention interventions outside of classroom settings

Hochstadt (2006) Child death review teams - A vital component of child protection

Hodge & Derezotes (2008) Postmodernism and spiritualy - some pedagogical implications for teaching content on spirituality

Hodge (2005) Spiritual ecograms - A new assessment instrument for identifying clients' strengths in space and across time

Hogg (2006) Tools for assessing cultural competence - Literature Review

Hornik et al (2008) Effects of the national youth anti-drug media campaign on youths

Howard & Brooks-Gunn (2009) The role of home visiting programs in preventing child abuse and neglect

Howard, Allen-Meares, & Ruffalo (2007) Teaching evidence-based practice - strategic and pedagogical recommendations for schools of social work

Hoyle & Noguera (2008) Supporting young offenders through restorative justice - Parents as (in) appropriate adults

Hubberstey (2001) Client involvement as a key element of integrated case management

Humphreys (2008) Problems in the system of mandatory reporting

Hutchison (2005) The life course persepctive - A promising approach for bridign the micro and macro worlds for social workers

Increasing the cultural responsiveness of family group conferencing

Indigenous people and the social work profession

Intergroup dialogue

Ives et al (2007) Rethinking social work education for indigenous students - creating space for multiple ways of knowing and learning

Johnson et al (2008) Violence and drug use in rural teens - National prevalence estimates from the 2003 YRBS

Jones & Sargeant (2009) Literature Review - The impact of community-based HIV prevention interventions in Canada

Jones & Sargeant (2009) Summer of literature review

Juras et al (2002) Community psychology basics

Karcher & Sass (2009) A multicultural assessment of adolescernt connectedness - Testing theoretical factor models for invariance...

Karcher (2009) Increases in academic connecxtedness and self-esteem among high school students who serve as cross-age peer mentors

Karger & Hernandez (2004) Decline of the public intellectual

Kelley (2003) Health realization - A principle-based psychology of positive youth development

Kelly et al (2007) Translating research into practice; concept mapping to increase physical activity

Kessler, Gira & Poertner (2005) Moving best practice to evidence-based practice in child welfare

Kincaid (2006) Rulse based eligibility system - the path to the holistic worker

Klevens & Whitaker (2007) Primary preventikon of child phyusical aubse and neglect - Gaps and promising directions

Koenig & Spano (2006) Professional hope in working withi older adults

Krech (2002) Envisioning a healthy future: A Re-becoming of Native American men

Krueger (2007) Four areas of support for child and youth care workers

Kurland & Salmon (2005) Groupwork vs. casework in groups

Kurtines et al (2008) Promoting positive youth development - implications for future directions in developemental theory, methods and research.

Kurtines et al (2008) Promoting positive youth development - the Miammi youth development project

Lafrance & Basten (2007) Here be dragons: Reconciling indigenous and western knowledge to improve aboriginal child welfare

Laney & Hodges ((2004) African American reformers mission - Caring for our girls and women

Lang (2005) Confurrent intervnetions in multiple domeains - the essence of social work with groups

Larson (2006) Positive youth development, willful adolescents and mentoring

Laursen (2009) Positive youth cultures and the developing brain

Law & Barber (2007) Neighborhood conditions, parenting and adolescent functioning

Lawrence & Dua (2005) Decolonizing racism

Lawrence-Webb & Okundaye (2007) Kinship and spirituality - Utilizing strengths of caregivers

Ledesma (2007) The urban Los Angeles Indian experience: Perspectives from the field

Lee & Perales (2005) Circle of courage - Reaching youth in residential care

Lee, et al. (2009) Utilizing familyli strengths and resilience - Integrative familyl and system treatment with...

Lerner (2001) Promoting promotion int he development of prevention science

Lerner & Overton (2008) Exemplifying the intrgrations of the relational developmental system - synthesizing theory, research and application to promote positive youth development

Lerner, Dowling & Anderson (2003) Positive youth development - Thriving as the basis of personhood and civil society

Lerner et al., (2005) Positive youth development - A view of the issues

Lessons for effective mentoring

Limbos & Casteel (2008) Schools and neighborhoods - Organizational and enviornmental factors associated with crime in secondary schools

Little & Rankin (2001) Why do they start it - Explaining reported early teen sexual activity

Little, Kohm & Thompson (2008) The impact of residential placement on child development - Research and policy implications

Loar (2007) Increasing safety for at-risk adults - Screening in-home care providers

Lochner & Bales (2006) Framing youth issues for public support

Lusardi & Mitchell (2005) Financial literacy and retirement preparedness - Evidence and implications for financial education

MacCormack (1999) Focus, knowing and doing - nursing research

MacDonald & MacDonald (2006) Reflections of a Mikmaq social worker on a quarter of a century work in first nations child welfare

MacEachern, et al, 1996, The effect of the ICWA of 1978

MacEachern & Gustavsson (2005) Contemporary policy challenges for Indian Child Welfare

MacMaster, et al, 2007, empirical and theoretical support for the inclusion of non-abstinence based perspectives in prevention services for substance using adolescents

Malhotra (2008) Impact of the sexual revolution - Consequences of risk sexual behaviors

Mandel & Klein (2007) Motivation and financial literacy

Marais & Botes (2006). Income generation, local economic development and community development

Mark, et al, 2006, characterizing substance abuse programs that treat adolescents

Martin, (2009) On social and emotional wellbeing and Indigenous Australians

Marx et al (2004) Direct observations of children at risk for academic failture - Benefits of an intergenearational visiting program

Matsuba et al (2008) Employment training for at-risk youth - A program evaluation focusing on changes in psychological well-being

McCave (2007) Comprehensive sexuality education vs. abstinence-only sexuality education - the need for evidence based practice

McGrath, et al, indigenous understandings of hospice

McKennit (2007) A smoking prevention program for aboriginal youth

McMillen, Morris, & Sherraden (2004) Ending social work's grudge match - Problems versus strengths

McMorris, et al., 2007, prevalence of substance use and delinquent behavior in adolescents from Victoria au and Washington state, us

McShane & Hastings (2004) Culturally sensitive approaches to research on culid development and family practice

Melrose 2001 Maximizing the Rigor of Action Research - why%09would you want to - how could you

Melrose (2001) Maximizing the rigor of action research - why would you want to - how could you

Merrell (2009) How effective are school bullying interventions programs - A meta-analysis of intervention research

Metz, Goldsmith & Arbreton (2008) Putting it all together - Guiding principles for quality after-school programs serviing pre-teens

Meyers (1998) Promising practices - training strategies for serving children with serious emotional disturbance...

micro aggression article

Milbrodt (2002) Breaking the cycle of alcohol problems among Native Americans

Miller (2003) Culture and agency - Implications for psychological theories of motivation and social development

Miller, Tice & Hall (2009) The generalist model - where do the micro and macro converge?

Milner (2008) Rekindling the flame of communtiy through compassion - a call for leadership towards compassionate communities

Mohatt et al (2008) Risk, resilience and natural recovery - a model of recovery from alcohol abuse for Alaska Natives

Mokuau & Browne (1994) Life themes of Native Hawaiin female elders - Resources for cultural presevation

Mokuau et al (2008) Has social work met its commitment to Native Hawiians and other Pacific Islanders?

Molina, et al, 2007, school based violence preventions - review

Montgomery et al (2008) A developmental intervention science - DIS - Outreach research approach to promoting youth development - theroetical, methodological and meta-theoretical challenges

Mooradian et al (2007) Across generations - culture, history and policy in the social ecology...

Morris (2007) A literature review: re-examining issues behind the loss of family and cultural and the impact on aboriginal youth suicide rates

Morrison & Allen (2007) Promoting student reslience in school contexts

Morrow (2004) Social work practice with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender adolescents

motivational interviewing - h ow does it work

motivational interviewing and criminal justice

Motivational interviewing with probation officers

motivational interviewing withi treatment resistant families

motivational interviewing, principles and critique

Mowbray et al (2007) Neighborhood research from a spatially oriented strengths persepctive

Murdach (2009) The temperance movement and social work

Murry & Farrington ( 2006) Evidence-based programs for children of prisoners

Mushquash, Comeau & Stewart (2007) An alcohol abuse early intervention approach with Mikmaq adolescents

Mykota (2008) Implementing prapgrofessional strength-based early-intervention home visitations

Nash, Morris & Goodman (2008) A study describing mother's opinions of the crying behavior of infants under one year of age.

Neckoway, Brownlee & Castellan (2007) Is attachment theory consisten with aboriginal parenting realities?

NIDDK Trans Res conf-publication Final

Noble et al (1999) On being a strength coach - child welfare and the strengths model

Novins et al (1999) American Indian adolescents in substance abuse treamtment - Diagnostic status

OConner & Netting (2007) Emergent program planning as competent practice - the importance of considering context

Ogden & Hagen (2006) Multisystemic treatment of serious vbehavioral problems in youth - Sustainability of effectiveness two years after intake

Oko (2006) Evaluating alternative approachs to social work - A critical review of the strengths perspective

Olson (2007) Social work's social justice and professional projects: Discourses in Conflict

Olson, 2008. The Just world, personal belief, and social work education

Ornstein & Ganzer (2005) Relational social work - A model for the future

Ortiz, et al., 2004. Legislative casework_ where policy and practice intersect

Osilla, et al (2007) Regular tobacco use among American Indican and Alaska Native Adolescents - An examination of protective mechanisms

Otis & Loeffler, 2005; changing youth's attitudes towards difference, project anytown

Park, YoosunCULTURE AS DEFICIT: A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF CULTURE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL WORK DISCOURSE

Park (2009) RElationships between parental alcohol abuse and social support

Paxson & Haskins (2009) Introducing the issue of prevention in child welfare

Pazaratz (2002) A compendium model for residential supervisors' self-evaluations

Peake, Gaffney & Surko (2006) Capacity-=building for youth workers through community based partnerships

Pedigo (1983) Find the meaning of Native American substance abuse - Implications for community prevention

Pickering, 2004, decolonizing time regimes

Pickering & Mushiniski (2001) Cultural aspects of credit institutions - transplanting the grameen Bank Credit Group structure

Pinterits (2005) Assessing resilience in youth exposed to trauma - Development of the life assets and values assessment

Pippard & Bjorkland, identifying essential techniques in social work community practice

Pitama et al (2007) Meihana model - A clinical assessment framework

Stopped here...

Ponchanilla (2007) The effect of cultural beliefs on the treatment of Native Poeples with diabtes and visual impairment

Porteus (2008) The rise and fall of mentoring in youth justice

Pray, 2005, When is community organizing social work practice

Readiness Handbook

Reisch & Gorin, 2001

Reisch, 1998, the sociopolitical context and social work method, 1890 - 1950

Richardson & Nelson (2007) A change of residence: Government schools and foster homes as sites of forced aboriginal assimilation - to provoke thought and systemic change

Riebscheger (2007) Social workers suggestions for effective rural practice

Roberts-gray, et al, 2007, evaluating school capacity to implement new programs

Robertston, et al, (2003) evaluation

Rogers, 2005 - cancer amongst the Lakota

Rycroft-Malone, 2007, The politics of the evidence-based practice movements

Saino, 2003; a new language for groups; multilingual and multiethnic group work

Saleebey (2004) The power of place - Another look at the environment

Sands & Solomon, 2003; developing educational groups in social work practice

Schoech & Helton, 2007, qualitative and quantitative analysis ofa course taught via classroom and internet chatroom

Secret, et al, 1999 - Empowerment Evaluation

Sex Offender Risk Assessment article

Shen, 2003; talking with adolescents  about race and ethnicity

Sinclair (2005) aboriginal social work education in canada: de-colonizing for the seventh generation

Skehil (2008) Researching the history of social work - exposition of a history of the present apporach

Spano & Koenig (2007) What is sacred when personal and professional values colide

Steinberg, 2005 - she's doing all the talking -what about me

Stevens (2007) A commentary on alternative approachs to the reseearch process with Canadian First Nation Communities

Strier, 2007, anti-oppressive research in social work - a preliminary definition

Sue, 2007, micro aggression article

Surgeon General's Report on Native American Mental Health - Starts page 77

Swartz, 2005, Group Work history

Thomas & Green (2007) A way of life: Indigenous perspectives on anti-oppressive living

Tobing & Glenwick, 2006, Predictors & Moderators of Psychological Distress in Mothers of Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders

TO- The CSWE Board of Directors, Commission on Accreditation (COA), the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, the CSWE Office of Social Work Accreditation and Educational Excellence (OSWAEE)

Tseng & Seidman, 2007 - A systems framework for understanding social settings

Tucker (2008) Different pathways to knoweldge about different pathways to recovery - comment on the people awakening study

Vodde & Gallant, 2005

Voss, 2005

Voss, 2005a

Voss, et al., (1999) - tribal and shamanic based social work practice

Wakefield, 1996, ecosystems critique, part 1

Wakefield, 1996, ecosystems critique

Walker et al (1999) Phases and activities of the wraparound process

Walmsley, (2004)TAlking aobut the aboriginal community - child protection practitioner's views

Walters, et al, 2007, substance use among AI incorporating culture

WanderPreventUnderageDrink

Wayne and Gitterman (2003) Offensive behavior in groups

Wekerley et al (2007) Adolescence: A window of opportunity for postive change in mental health

Wandersman, et al, 2005, science and community development

Wayne & Gitterman, 2003; offensive behavior in groups

Weaver (1998) Indigenous people in a multicultural society - unique issues for human services

WEaver (1999) Indigenous people and the social work profession

Weaver (2002) Indigenous Identity

Wekerle et al (2007) Adolescence - A window of opportunity of positive change in mental health.

Wellbriety Program

Werrbach et al (2002) Collaborative agency training for parent employees and professionals in a new agency addressing children's mental health

White Privilege Article

Whitley et al (1999) Strengths-based case management - application to grandparents raising grandchildren

Widlitz et al, 2007, gang membership and subsequent engagement in a therapeutic community

Wilson & Beresford, 2000, Anti-oppressive practice, emancipation or appropriation

Wilson, 2004, the interface of schoo0l climate and school connectedness and relationships with aggression and victimization

Wilson (2005) Effects of Correectional boot cams on offending

Winslow, Hoorhees & Pehl (2007) Methamphetamine Abuse

Witkin (1999) Editorial - Letter from Lapland

Yan & Wong (2005) Rethinking self-awareness in cultural competence - toward a dialogic self in cross-cultural social work

Zapf, 1999, Barriers to the acceptance of indigenous knowledge, lessons from social work in Canada's north

Waites et al (2004) Increasing the cultural responsiveness of family group conferencing