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The Resource Advances in clinical social work research, Lynn Videka-Sherman and William J. Reid, editors

Advances in clinical social work research, Lynn Videka-Sherman and William J. Reid, editors

Label
Advances in clinical social work research
Title
Advances in clinical social work research
Statement of responsibility
Lynn Videka-Sherman and William J. Reid, editors
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1951-
  • 1928-
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  • Videka-Sherman, Lynn
  • Reid, William James
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  • Social case work
  • Health Services Research
  • Social Work
Label
Advances in clinical social work research, Lynn Videka-Sherman and William J. Reid, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Result of a conference entitled "Empiricism in Clinical Practice: Present and Future," held in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, on August 18-21, 1988
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: a time to take stock / Lynn Videka-Sherman, William J. Reid -- Rethinking single-case evaluation / Wallace J. Gingerich -- Beyond regret: singlecase evaluations and their place in social work education and practice / Helen Reinherz -- Improving the fit between single-subject designs and practice / Betty J. Blythe -- Single-system research designs in social work practice / Bruce Thayer -- Single-case research and traditional practice: issues and possibilities / Judith C. Nelson -- Single-system designs in family-centered social work practice / Susan B. Stern -- Illustrating the value of practice wisdom / Kevin J. Corcoran -- Why don't practioners use single-subject designs? / Eleanor Reardon Tolson -- Expert systems and the development of knowledge in social welfare / Edward J. Mullen, John R. Schuerman -- Issues in the development of expert systems to enhance decision making in child welfare / Theodore J. Stein -- The nature of expertise in social welfare / Frederic G. Reamer -- Expert systems, Socrates, and the philosophy of mind / Jerome C. Wakefield -- Expert systems in social welfare practice: questions and concerns / Denise E, Bronson -- Computer-based clinical practice: present status and future possibilities / Walter W. Hudson -- Computer-based clinical practice: an asset or pie in the sky? / Deborah H. Siegel -- Information technology supporting empirical practice / Elizabeth Mutschler -- Enhancing clinical social work through microcomputers / Anthony N. Maluccio -- Change-process research: a new paradigm? / William J. Reid -- Change-process research: no new paradigm, but a necessary complement to the old paradigm / Edmund Sherman -- Challenges in change-process research / Enola K. Proctor -- The utility of change- process research for the education of practioners and single-case evaluation / Sharon B. Berlin -- Microanalysis of intervention-client change loops: the heart of change-process research / Inger P. Davis -- The use of qualitative and quantitative data in the development of a clinical program / Sheldon D. Rose, Naomi Farber -- The interface of qualitative and quantitative methods in social work research / Terri Combs-Orme -- Distinguishing and combining qualitative and quantitative methods / Charles Glisson -- Problems and uses of qualitative methodologies / Anne E. Fortune -- Modes of practice in developmental research / Edwin J. Thomas -- Developmental research: model or method? / Shirley Jenkins -- Modes of research for the development of interventions / Jack Rothman -- The contribution of developmental research / Ronald W. Toseland -- The substructure of belief / Stuart A. Kirk -- What is the utilization agenda? / Jesse E. Gordon -- Making research usable / Robert F. Schilling -- Opening the door to knowledge utilization / Craig Winston LeCroy -- Research utilization: reflections on the rhetoric / André Ivanoff -- Clinical significance: problems and new developments / Srinika Jayaratne -- Attribution theory and the clinical significance: further issues / Tony Tripodi -- The use of decision theory to explicate the process of clinical decision making / Rona L. Levy -- Clinical significance as process outcome / John G. Orme -- Problems and issues in meta-analysis / Joel Fischer -- Meta-analysis: a user's perspective / Lynn Videka- Sherman -- Meta-analysis: a heuristic tool for social work training / Paula Nurius -- Meta-analysis in social work / William Nugent -- Symposium 2: on the epistemology of social work practice knowledge (with an apology to Plato's symposium) / Martin Bloom -- Bloom on Bloom: a follow-up / Martin Bloom -- Penetrating the veil of appearence in empirical clinical practice / José B. Ashford -- Thoughts on the epistemology of social work practice knowledge / Cheryl A. Richey -- Epistemological and semantic traps / Roberta Wells Imre -- The epistemology of social work / Jane F. Gilgun -- Epistemological issues in the development of social work practice knowledge / Katherine M. Woods -- Epistemology and research in advancing social work knowledge / Max Siporin -- The forest or the trees? / Carol H. Meyer -- Thoughts on epistemological issues in social work / Aaron H. Beckman -- Themes in the discussion of epistemology / Lewayne D. Gilchrist -- Themes, issues, and prospects / Lynn Videka-Sherman, William J. Reid, Ronald W. Toseland
Control code
21594449
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiii, 440 pages
Isbn
9780871011862
Lccn
90038698
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)1367744
Label
Advances in clinical social work research, Lynn Videka-Sherman and William J. Reid, editors
Publication
Note
Result of a conference entitled "Empiricism in Clinical Practice: Present and Future," held in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, on August 18-21, 1988
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: a time to take stock / Lynn Videka-Sherman, William J. Reid -- Rethinking single-case evaluation / Wallace J. Gingerich -- Beyond regret: singlecase evaluations and their place in social work education and practice / Helen Reinherz -- Improving the fit between single-subject designs and practice / Betty J. Blythe -- Single-system research designs in social work practice / Bruce Thayer -- Single-case research and traditional practice: issues and possibilities / Judith C. Nelson -- Single-system designs in family-centered social work practice / Susan B. Stern -- Illustrating the value of practice wisdom / Kevin J. Corcoran -- Why don't practioners use single-subject designs? / Eleanor Reardon Tolson -- Expert systems and the development of knowledge in social welfare / Edward J. Mullen, John R. Schuerman -- Issues in the development of expert systems to enhance decision making in child welfare / Theodore J. Stein -- The nature of expertise in social welfare / Frederic G. Reamer -- Expert systems, Socrates, and the philosophy of mind / Jerome C. Wakefield -- Expert systems in social welfare practice: questions and concerns / Denise E, Bronson -- Computer-based clinical practice: present status and future possibilities / Walter W. Hudson -- Computer-based clinical practice: an asset or pie in the sky? / Deborah H. Siegel -- Information technology supporting empirical practice / Elizabeth Mutschler -- Enhancing clinical social work through microcomputers / Anthony N. Maluccio -- Change-process research: a new paradigm? / William J. Reid -- Change-process research: no new paradigm, but a necessary complement to the old paradigm / Edmund Sherman -- Challenges in change-process research / Enola K. Proctor -- The utility of change- process research for the education of practioners and single-case evaluation / Sharon B. Berlin -- Microanalysis of intervention-client change loops: the heart of change-process research / Inger P. Davis -- The use of qualitative and quantitative data in the development of a clinical program / Sheldon D. Rose, Naomi Farber -- The interface of qualitative and quantitative methods in social work research / Terri Combs-Orme -- Distinguishing and combining qualitative and quantitative methods / Charles Glisson -- Problems and uses of qualitative methodologies / Anne E. Fortune -- Modes of practice in developmental research / Edwin J. Thomas -- Developmental research: model or method? / Shirley Jenkins -- Modes of research for the development of interventions / Jack Rothman -- The contribution of developmental research / Ronald W. Toseland -- The substructure of belief / Stuart A. Kirk -- What is the utilization agenda? / Jesse E. Gordon -- Making research usable / Robert F. Schilling -- Opening the door to knowledge utilization / Craig Winston LeCroy -- Research utilization: reflections on the rhetoric / André Ivanoff -- Clinical significance: problems and new developments / Srinika Jayaratne -- Attribution theory and the clinical significance: further issues / Tony Tripodi -- The use of decision theory to explicate the process of clinical decision making / Rona L. Levy -- Clinical significance as process outcome / John G. Orme -- Problems and issues in meta-analysis / Joel Fischer -- Meta-analysis: a user's perspective / Lynn Videka- Sherman -- Meta-analysis: a heuristic tool for social work training / Paula Nurius -- Meta-analysis in social work / William Nugent -- Symposium 2: on the epistemology of social work practice knowledge (with an apology to Plato's symposium) / Martin Bloom -- Bloom on Bloom: a follow-up / Martin Bloom -- Penetrating the veil of appearence in empirical clinical practice / José B. Ashford -- Thoughts on the epistemology of social work practice knowledge / Cheryl A. Richey -- Epistemological and semantic traps / Roberta Wells Imre -- The epistemology of social work / Jane F. Gilgun -- Epistemological issues in the development of social work practice knowledge / Katherine M. Woods -- Epistemology and research in advancing social work knowledge / Max Siporin -- The forest or the trees? / Carol H. Meyer -- Thoughts on epistemological issues in social work / Aaron H. Beckman -- Themes in the discussion of epistemology / Lewayne D. Gilchrist -- Themes, issues, and prospects / Lynn Videka-Sherman, William J. Reid, Ronald W. Toseland
Control code
21594449
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiii, 440 pages
Isbn
9780871011862
Lccn
90038698
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)1367744

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