New Publications from the School of Social Work
Dr. Nancy Kropf and Dr. Peter Lyons of the School of Social Work have recently published books and articles that are accessible via the University Library.
- Human Behavior Theory: A Diversity Framework
by Roberta R. Greene and Nancy P. Kropf
This work provides social workers and students with information on using human behavior theories for serving diverse and unique clients.
- Handbook of Psychosocial Interventions with Older Adults: Evidence-Based Approaches
edited by Sherry M. Cummings and Nancy P. Kropf
This book uses evidence based practice to review “psychosocial interventions for older adults and their caregivers.” You can read a full description at the publisher’s site.
- Sexual Harassment Experiences and Their Psychological Correlates Among a Diverse Sample of College Women
by Eunkyung Yoon, Roni Stiller Funk, and Nancy P. Kropf
Journal of Women & Social Work, Feb 2010, volume 25 issue 1, pages 8-18.
(off-campus access to full text is available only to GSU students and employees.)
This empirical article details the findings of a study on the “relationship between sexual victimization and psychological outcomes” in female college students. This work could provide the starting point for student course research in the human services fields, but might also be of general interest to college students from any department.
- The Dissertation: From Beginning to End
by Peter Lyons and Howard J. Doueck
This book provides a concise guide for social work Ph.D. hopefuls as they work through the dissertation setup, research, and composition. A lengthier description is available at the Oxford University Press site.
These books are available for checkout.