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AbstractThe present study explores a path model of the associations between social work students’ field education experience and their satisfaction. Based on Herzberg’s two-factor theory, the postulated model investigates the relationship between students’ achievement motivation, preparedness,...
AbstractThis article presents the results of a study conducted in Israel that examined the contribution of demographic factors, public attitudes toward social workers, and stigma to predicting the self-reported likelihood of seeking help from social workers. The data were collected through a...
AbstractScholars and practitioners have suggested that people with privilege organize their own communities to affect greater action and leverage their power and privilege; however, little research has examined how such a model functions. Emerging research suggests that transformative organizing...
AbstractResilience is conceptualized as a dynamic process that leads to positive outcomes in the face of adversity. The resilience process consists of the activation and interaction of protective and vulnerability factors after encountering adversity. The present study seeks to integrate and...
AbstractThe study reported in this article examines the associations between service users’ hope, the social worker–service user working alliance, and social worker burnout as perceived by service users, on the one hand, and perceived change in the service users’ presenting problems, on the...
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