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    • Recidivism in inpatient child psychiatric hospitals 

      Socci-Posa, Rosann L. (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1998)
      The purpose of this study is to address the problems of children who have emotional and mental disorders that impact on their daily lives and contribute to hospitalization. The exploratory study will attempt to identify ...
    • Reciprocity in intergenerational exchange: The impact on seniors 

      Becker Fiegeles, Jill (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2006)
      This study examined the perception of reciprocity by older adults in their relationships with adolescents in organized intergenerational programs in senior centers. Two-Hundred senior citizens were surveyed with the goal ...
    • Reforming foster care: A history of New York's Child Welfare Reform Act 

      Holody, Richard (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1993)
      New York State's 1979 Child Welfare Reform Act was the culmination of a decade of social reform activity. Although the Act affected the delivery of all child welfare services, an assessment of its history demonstrates it ...
    • Regulating for quality of care in adult homes 

      Ginsberg, Daniel (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1997)
      The first component of this study frames the policy discussions leading to the creation of Pennsylvania's Personal Care Home by providing an historical analysis of the housing options offered to the elderly. By the 1970s, ...
    • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ROLE OVERLAP AND STRESS AMONG SOCIAL WORKERS AND NURSES IN A HOSPITAL SETTING 

      MINDELL, CONSTANCE LOBENTHAL (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1985)
      The research presented here focused on the perceptions of hospital social workers and hospital nurses regarding the role responsibilities of each of the two professions. The study sought to investigate the possibility that ...
    • Relationship of services and family reunification in New Jersey 

      Blanchard, Cynthia J. (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1999)
      The Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980 mandated that reasonable efforts be made to return children from foster care to their own families, meaning that services must be provided to families to remedy the ...
    • Relationships among Depression, Depressive Symptom Dimensions, and Acculturation in Latino Adults with Type 2 Diabetes 

      Klayman, Lauren (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global, 2018)
      Relationships among Depression, Depressive Symptom Dimensions, and Acculturation in Latino Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Background: The co-occurrence of diabetes and depression is associated with poor diabetes self-management ...
    • RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR FACTORS OF ROLE STRAIN IN ORTHODOX JEWISH MOTHERS (WOMEN, RELIGION) 

      BUNIM, SARAH SILVER (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1986)
      Role strain in Orthodox mothers caused by the interface of the religious and secular world was studied, using respondents from three groups of Orthodox mothers: Kollel, Agudah and Young Israel. The hypothesis of the study ...
    • Religious values and social work education: Conflicts and outcomes 

      Streets, Frederick Jerome (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1997)
      Religion and social work is an emerging area of social work research. Interest and discussion about religion and spirituality in social work education and practice is increasing among social work students, practitioners, ...
    • Respite care utilization by families caring for children with disabilities 

      Sobolofsky, Efrat (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2006)
      This explanatory study examined the factors that influence eligible families with children with developmental disabilities living at home to use respite care services. A cross-sectional survey design was used with a ...
    • Role perceptions of school mental health personnel: Their unique and overlapping functions 

      Agresta, Jacqueline Marie (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2002)
      This study explores the relationships among school social workers, school psychologists and school counselors in relation to the services each provides to students, their unique and overlapping roles, turf conflict, ...
    • Role strain of the male social worker 

      Horton, Gale Millard (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1991)
      Social work is a profession which expects its practitioners to be nurturing in affect, sensitive to the needs of the client, and supportive with empathy required for the clients' situation and problems. The profession of ...
    • School social workers' issues and practices in cross -cultural dyads 

      Williams, Suemai Pello Spann (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2000)
      In the 1970s, the Council on Social Work Education set new policies for the inclusion of content related to diversity of populations in the educational requirements for social workers. Since that time, the profession has ...
    • Self-esteem in the training and performance of village health workers 

      Brenden, Neil Richard (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1990)
      As the poor countries of the world seek to assure that health care is available to their citizens, there is high interest in indigenous workers providing health care services to their own communities. The Jamkhed Comprehensive ...
    • Self-identification and role strain in the social worker/clergyperson 

      Aaron, Joel Bernard (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1998)
      This study examines the professional self-identification of persons who have qualified both as clergy and social workers.;Social worker/clergyperson refers to a professional with specific preparation in professional social ...
    • SELF-PREOCCUPATION AS A PREDICTOR OF PERFORMANCE IN GRADUATE SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION 

      VIGILANTE, FLORENCE WEXLER (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1980)
      This study utilizes two categories of self-preoccupation as predictors of performance in graduate social work education: "characterological self-preoccupation" and "situational self-preoccupation." These categories of ...
    • Self-reliant resolution among problem drinkers 

      Anderson, Melody M. (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1999)
      This study investigated differences in cognitive style between problem drinkers who resolve their difficulties with alcohol on their own and those who resort to treatment. Explored was the relationship between cognitive ...
    • Senior center involvement and life satisfaction 

      Leest, Linda Marsha (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1995)
      The study explores the relationship between the life satisfaction of senior citizens and their involvement in senior centers as board members or volunteers. There is increasing evidence that developing and maintaining such ...
    • Senior centers: Patterns of programs and services 

      Pardasani, Manoj Pahlaj (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2003)
      This study examined the factors that influence senior center programming. The diverse types of programs and services offered by various senior centers in New York State were identified. Several characteristics of the senior ...
    • Sex role/work-role conflict in business and social work women managers 

      Shechter, Roberta Ann (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 1988)
      This is an exploratory-descriptive study of the interrelationship of sex-role expectations and work-role expectations as sources for conflict in two categories of professional women; managers in business and social work.;A ...