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Abstract The purpose of this study is to (a) identify whether there are meaningful subgroups of families with distinct post-adoption needs and (b) determine which parent, youth, and adoption characteristics are associated with these collections of needs. Using data from the Modern Adoptive...
Research suggests that negative experiences of school climate are associated with negative outcomes for students including school dropout, substance use, and emotional distress. However, little is known about how highly mobile students, which may include homeless youths, children in child...
Abstract Over 60% of trained social workers provide mental health services in their practices, and in all these settings clients are likely to have experienced trauma influencing their current circumstances, including childhood maltreatment and neglect. The 1998 Adverse Childhood Experiences...
Abstract Intimate partner violence (IPV) continues to be a widely prevalent problem and has strong negative consequences for women and children. Parenting effectively (for example, practicing warm and supportive parenting and refraining from the use of physical discipline) may be very difficult...
Abstract Although social work research has paid substantial attention to employment patterns among low-income single mothers after welfare reform, little is known about their work-hour trajectories over time. This study uses group-based trajectory modeling to analyze the work-hour trajectories...
Currently, I am engaged in a research project on a topic that is very dear to my heart and central to my professional identity: mentorship. Colleagues and I are collecting quantitative and qualitative data from students and faculty members about academic and nonacademic mentorship, focusing...
Abstract Asian older adults are a fast-growing population in the United States. Because Asian older adults are a largely immigrant population, acculturation has an impact on their perceived discrimination, which is negatively associated with health and mental health. Discrimination can be overt,...
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