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Recent Acquisitions in Social Welfare

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This list contains monographic titles cataloged or recataloged within the previous 60 days.

  1. African American children and families in child welfare : cultural adaptation of services / Ramona W. Denby and Carla M. Curtis. --
  2. Analysing social work communication : discourse in practice / edited by Christopher Hall, Kirsi Juhila, Maureen Matarese and Carolus van Nijnatten. --
  3. Basic statistics in multivariate analysis / Karen A. Randolph, Laura L. Myers. -- c2013.
  4. Brief separations [by] Christoph M. Heinicke [et al.]. -- [1965]
  5. Caring for infants and toddlers / [issue editor Mary B. Larner]. -- 2001.
  6. Child health in complex emergencies [electronic resource] / William J. Moss ... [et al.] Roundtable on the Demography of Forced Migration, Committee on Population and Program on Forced Migration and Health, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, National Research Council -- c2006
  7. Civilizing the child : discourses of race, nation, and child welfare in America / Katharine S. Bullard. --
  8. Confronting oppression, restoring justice : from policy analysis to social action / Katherine van Wormer, Laura Kaplan, and Cindy Juby. -- c2012.
  9. Deadly medicines and organised crime : how big pharma has corrupted healthcare / Peter C. G√łtzsche foreword by Richard Smith and Drummond Rennie. --
  10. Do funerals matter? : the purposes and practices of death rituals in global perspective / William G. Hoy. --
  11. Gestalt therapy excitement and growth in the human personality [by] Frederick S. Perls, Ralph F. Hefferline [and] Paul Goodman. -- [1951]
  12. Global HIV/AIDS politics, policy and activism : persistent challenges and emerging issues / Raymond A. Smith, editor. --
  13. A handbook of comparative social policy / edited by Patricia Kennett. -- 2013.
  14. The healing forest in post-crisis work with children : a nature therapy and expressive arts program for groups / Ronen Berger and Mooli Lahad illustrated by Igor Kovyar. -- 2013.
  15. Hospice social work / Dona J. Reese. -- c2013.
  16. How we die now : intimacy and the work of dying / Karla A. Erickson. --
  17. Hybridising theory and practice : social work towards meeting the challenges of global and local / editors, Shukhdeba Sharma Hanjabam, Aheibam Koireng Singh, Grace Laltlinzo. --
  18. The Integrated Child Development Services : a flagship adrift / K.R. Venugopal. -- c2012.
  19. Interviewing for qualitative inquiry : a relational approach / Ruthellen Josselson. --
  20. Interviewing for the helping professions : a relational approach / Fred R. McKenzie, PhD, Aurora University. --
  21. Mental disability, violence, and future dangerousness : myths behind the presumption of guilt / John Weston Parry. --
  22. Narrative social work : theory and application / Clive Baldwin. -- 2013.
  23. Poverty and health : a crisis among America's most vulnerable / Kevin M. Fitzpatrick, editor. --
  24. Preventing the sexual victimization of children : psychological, legal, and public policy perspectives / Charles Patrick Ewing. --
  25. Research methods and statistics for public and nonprofit administrators : a practical guide / Masami Nishishiba, Matthew Jones, Mariah Kraner. --
  26. Rural elderly in India : perspectives and issues / N. Audinarayana. -- 2012.
  27. The scattered family : parenting, African migrants, and global inequality / Cati Coe. --
  28. Social development : theory & practice / James Midgley. --
  29. Social policy and change in East Asia / edited by James Lee, James Midgley, and Yapeng Zhu. --
  30. Social service workplace bullying : a betrayal of good intentions / Kathryn Brohl. -- c2013.
  31. The social work dictionary / Robert L. Barker. --
  32. Social work education in India / edited by B.S. Gunjal, Gangabhushan M. Molankal. -- 2012.
  33. The undeserving poor : America's enduring confrontation with poverty / by Michael B. Katz. --
  34. Women & children first : the contribution of the Children's Bureau to social work education / edited by Alice Lieberman and Kristine Nelson. --
  35. Worlds of autism : across the spectrum of neurological difference / Joyce Davidson and Michael Orsini, editors. --
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