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Abstract The performance of public assistance personnel has been criticized virtually since the inception of such programs for the poor. Until recently, however, no empirical evidence has existed regarding the factors that affect the accuracy of these workers' decisions. The present study of...
Abstract This study attempted to evaluate the success of a doctoral program by investigating the scholarly productivity and professional activities of program graduates in relation to several variables. Graduates indicated that they were less involved in research than they wished to be and were...
Abstract This study analyzes trends in entries to family foster care and length of time in care for children in New Jersey from 1973 to 1978. The results were used to develop statistical criteria for evaluating the impact of the new statewide judicial case review system. This content is only...
Abstract The merit of increasing the involvement of staff and patients of residential treatment programs in decision-making has been discussed by numerous writers, but few studies have provided extensive measurement of this concept. The authors have developed a twenty-four-item scale that...
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