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AbstractThe work-related well-being of social workers has become a central concern in international psychosocial literature. The majority of studies have focused on the negative outcomes of social work (for example, work-related stress, burnout, job dissatisfaction) and only a few studies have...
AbstractDepressed parents may negatively influence the well-being and outcomes of their children. However, prior research has mostly addressed mother's depression and early childhood outcomes, whereas fathers and adolescents have been largely ignored in the literature. Using data from the sixth...
AbstractThe study reported in this article used labeling theory to examine the relationship between multiple labels in adolescence and self-reported criminal behavior in adulthood. This study used childhood, adolescent, and adult interviews (N = 357) from the Lehigh Longitudinal Study, which...
AbstractEffective evidence-based practice (EBP) implementation is crucial to eliminating the science-to-service gap and getting the research into a usable form for social workers and other practitioners. When EBPs are developed, their implementation over time in large-scale models is often not...
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