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Procedure Sample of Journals Consistent with the methodology used in the four previous studies, we summarized the academic affiliations for all authors of every article published during the years 2004-2008 in six social work journals: Journal of Social Service Research, Social Work, Social Service Review, Journal of Social Work Education, Child Welfare, and Families in Society.
2000) 'How hypermodern technology in social work bites back', Journal of Social Work Education, 36(1), 103-114.
To the Editor: This is a response to two letters to the editor published in the fall 2011 issue of the Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE).
Van Soest, a highly respected scholar and dean of the University of Washington's School of Social Work, initially used Hunter's framework in a 1996 Journal of Social Work Education article that argued for increased attention to gay and lesbian concerns.
We invite the readers of the Journal of Social Work Education to contribute conceptual and empirical manuscripts in the coming months about behavioral health disparities as part of this conversation.
The journals are Child Welfare, Families in Society, Health & Social Work, Journal of Social Work Education, Social Service Review, Social Work, and Social Work Research.
THE MISSION OF THE Journal of Social Work Education is to publish high-quality scholarship focused on education in social work and social welfare.
Rishel and Virginia Majewski, Journal of Social Work Education, 45, 365-383), a typographical error appeared in the Appendix on p.