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There is a persistent and widely held belief—referred to as the “tie-score effect” or the “dodo bird verdict”—that different types of intervention have equivalent outcomes. However, the research supporting this belief has been limited largely to comparing methods drawn from different schools of...
Using path analysis, the study discussed in this article examined the direct and indirect effects of a series of pre-emigration and postemigration factors on mental health status among 447 Southeast Asian refugees. Bicultural interviewers administered a cross-sectional survey to a stratified...
Research on placement predictors can provide valuable information about factors that drive the decision making of child welfare professionals. This study focused on identifying predictors of placement in a sample of 1,035 physically abusive or neglectful families reported to the public child...
Social work draws on the social sciences to contribute to its knowledge base and to increase the effectiveness of its interventions. Yet there is little empirical documentation of which social workers are most likely to use social science sources, what sources they draw on, how these sources...
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