Additional Social Work and Criminal Justice faculty publication information can be found within the Social Work Program Directory listings for individual faculty members.
Jones, Susanna, Furman, Rich, Ackerman, Alissa R., Negi, Nalini, Loya, Melody, Epps, Doug, & Mondragon, Gladys. (in press). The rise of anti-immigrant policies: An analysis of three state laws and implications for social work. Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice.
Sacks, Meghan, Sainato, Vincenzo, & Ackerman, Alissa R. (in press). Sentenced to pretrial detention: A study of Bail Decisions and Outcomes. American Journal of Criminal Justice. DOI: 10.1007/s12103-014-9268-0
Ackerman, Alissa R., *Cubellis, Michelle. (in press). Leaders in Sex Offender Research and Policy. In Wright, R.G. (Ed.), Sex Offender Laws: Failed Policies New Directions. New York, NY: Springer. (This is an update from the 2009 chapter.)
Casey, E.A., Masters, N.T., Beadnell, B., Hoppe, M.J., Morrison, D.M. & Wells, E.A. (in press) Predicting sexual aggression among heterosexually active young men. Violence Against Women. PMCID: In progress
Storer, H.L., Casey, E.A., Carlson, J., Edleson, J.L. & Tolman, R. (in press) Primary prevention is? A global perspective on how organizations engaging men in preventing gender-based violence conceptualize and operationalize their work. Violence Against Women. PMCID: In progress
Vysotsky, Stanislav and Eric Madfis. (forthcoming, 2014). "White Supremacist Stigma Management and Legitimation via Anti-Immigration Activism: The Case of the Keystone State Skinheads." Chapter in The Criminalization of Immigration, edited by Rich Furman and Alissa Ackerman. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
Muschert, Glenn W. & Madfis, Eric. (forthcoming). Fear of School Violence and the Dominance of Risk Control in the Post-Columbine Era. Chapter in The Columbine Effect: Fear and the Expansion of School Antiviolence Policy, edited by Glenn W. Muschert, Stuart Henry, Nicole L. Bracy, and Anthony A. Peguero. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Madfis, Eric & Jack Levin. (forthcoming). School Rampage in International Perspective: The Salience of Cumulative Strain Theory. Chapter in School Shootings: International Research, Case Studies, and Concepts for Prevention, edited by Nils Bckler, Wilhelm Heitmeyer, Peter Sitzer, and Thorsten Seeger. New York, N.Y.: Springer.
Young, D.S. (In Press). Social workers' perspectives on effective practice in criminal justice settings. Journal of Forensic Social Work.
Ackerman, Alissa R., Furman, Rich, Cohen, Jeff W., Madfis, Eric, Sanchez, Michelle. (2015). Masculinities and Sex Offenses. In Ackerman, Alissa R. & Furman, Rich (Eds.), Sexual Crimes: Transnational Problems and Global Perspectives. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Carlson, J.C., Casey, E.A., Edleson, J. & Tolman, R., Neugut, T. & Kimball, E. (2015; online). Strategies to engage men and boys in violence prevention: a global organizational perspective. Violence Against Women. PMCID: In progress
Casey, E.A., Querna, K., Masters, N.T., Beadnell, B., Wells, E.A., Morrison, D.M., & Hoppe, M.J. (2015; online). Patterns of intimate partner violence and sexual risk behavior among young heterosexually active men. Journal of Sex Research. PMCID: In progress
Storer, H.S., Casey, E.A., & Herrenkohl, T. (2015; online). Efficacy of bystander programs to prevent sexual and dating violence among youth and young adults: A review of the literature. Trauma, Violence and Abuse.
Morrison, D.M., Masters, N.T., Wells, E.A, Casey, E.A., Beadnell, B. & Hoppe, M.J. (2015) “He enjoys giving her pleasure:” Diversity and complexity in young men’s sexual scripts. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44, 655-668. DOI: 10.1007/s10508-014-0354-7. PMCID: In progress
Cohen, J.W. (2015). Criminal justice as a male enterprise. In T. Frieburger and C. Marcum (eds.), Women in the Criminal Justice System: Tracking the Journey of Females and Crime (pp. 31-45). New York: CRC Press. (Invited Chapter)
Cohen, J.W., & Maurino, J.P. (eds.). (2015). AMSA XXII: Masculinities in regional and international contexts. Journal of Men’s Studies, 23(2).
Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Shiu, C., Kim, H.-J., Emlet, C. A., & Goldsen, J. (2015). At-Risk and Underserved: LGBTQ Older Adults in Seattle/King County - Findings from Aging with Pride. Seattle: Aging with Pride. University of Washington.
Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Kim, H-J, Shiu, C., Goldsen, J. & Emlet, C. A. (2015). Successful aging among LGBT older adults: Physical and mental health related quality of life by age group. The Gerontologist, 55, 154-168 doi:10.1093/geront/gnu081
Emlet, C. A., Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Kim, H-J & Hoy-Ellis, C. (2015).The relationship between sexual minority stigma and sexual health risk behaviors among HIV-positive older gay and bisexual men. Journal of Applied Gerontology. DOI: 10.1177/0733464815591210
Ackerman, Alissa R. (2014). National estimates of registered sex offenders in the United States: Is double counting a problem?. American Journal of Criminal Justice.
Socia, Kelly M., Levenson, Jill S., Ackerman, Alissa R. & Harris, Andrew J. (2014). Brothers Under the Bridge’: Factors Influencing the Transience of Registered Sex Offenders in Florida. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment. DOI 0.1177/1079063214521472
Ackerman, Alissa R. & Furman, Rich. (2014). An Analysis of Latino Male Immigrant Sex Offenders in Florida: The Impact of National Solutions on a Transnational Problem. Revista Estudios Fronterizos, 14, 35-50.
Furman, Rich, *Sanchez, Michelle, & Ackerman, Alissa R. (2014). The immigration detention center as a transnational problem: Implications for international social work. International Social Work. DOI: 10.1177/0020872813500803
Levenson, Jill, Ackerman, Alissa R., & Harris, Andrew J. (2014). Catch me if you can: An analysis of fugitive sex offenders. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 26, 129-148.
Masters , N.T., Casey, E.A., Beadnell, B., Morrison, D.M., Hoppe, M.J., & Wells, E.A. (2014; online): Condoms and Contexts: Profiles of Sexual Risk and Safety Among Young Heterosexually Active Men, The Journal of Sex Research, DOI: 10.1080/00224499.2014.953023 PMCID: In progress
Cohen, J.W. & Brooks, R.A. (2014). Confronting school bullying: Kids, culture, and the making of a social problem. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.
Cohen, J.W., Champion, D.R., & Martin, R. (2014). Gender and crime: Addressing threats to construct validity in criminological research. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, 14(6).
Cohen, J.W., & Maurino, J.P. (2014). Multiple masculinities and intersecting identities: Introduction to a special issue. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 22(2), 87-88.
Beaulaurier, R., Fortuna, K., Lind, D. & Emlet, C. A. (2014). Attitudes and stereotypes regarding older women and HIV risk. Journal of Women and Aging, 26, 351–368. DOI:10.1080/08952841.2014.933648
Emlet, C. A. (2014). Current knowledge and future directions on aging and HIV research. Behavioral Medicine, 40, 143-148. doi: 10.1080/08964289.2014.935235
Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Hoy-Ellis, C., Goldsen, J. & Emlet, C. A. & Hooyman, N. (2014). Key competencies and strategies for culturally competent practice with LGBT older adults and their families in the health and human services: Creating a vision for the future. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 57(2-4), 80-107. DOI:10.1080/01634372.2014.890690
Harris, M. S. (2014). History of social work in the United States. In C. D. Kock, C. V. Kerckhove, & E. Vens (Eds.), Social work in an international perspective: History, views, diversity and human rights (pp. 267-284). London: Garant Publishers.
Harris, M. S. (2014). Racial disproportionality in child welfare. New York: Columbia University Press.
Harris, M. S. (2014). Group therapy at a prison for women: A therapist’s perspective. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 84, 40-54.
Madfis, Eric. (2014). The Risk of School Rampage: Assessing and Preventing Threats of School Violence. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Madfis, Eric. (2014). “Triple Entitlement and Homicidal Anger: An Exploration of the Intersectional Identities of American Mass Murderers.” Men and Masculinities, 17(1), 67-86.
Madfis, Eric. (2014). “Averting School Rampage: Student Intervention amid a Persistent Code of Silence.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 12(3), 229-249.
Arluke, Arnold, and Eric Madfis. (2014). “Animal Abuse as a Warning Sign of School Massacres: A Critique and Refinement.” Homicide Studies, 18(1), 7-22.
Levenson, Jill S., Ackerman, Alissa R., Socia, Kelly M., & Harris, Andrew J. (2013). Wherefore art thou? Transient Sex Offenders and Residence Restrictions. Criminal Justice Policy Review. doi:10.1177/0887403413512326
Ackerman, Alissa R. & Furman, Rich. (2013). The Immigration Detention Center as a “Natural” Culmination of the Criminalization of Immigration: Implications for Justice. Contemporary Justice Review, 16, 251-263.
Ackerman, Alissa R., Furman, Rich, *Judy, Britt, & Cohen, J. (2013). Profit over pragmatism: Privatizing immigration detention centers. In Ackerman, A.R. & Furman, R. (Eds.), The Criminalization of Immigration: Contexts and Consequences. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
*Sanchez, Michelle, Furman, Rich, & Ackerman, Alissa R. (2013). The problematization of immigration as a pacification strategy. In Ackerman, A.R. & Furman, R. (Eds.), The Criminalization of Immigration: Contexts and Consequences. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
Furman, Rich, Ackerman, Alissa R., Iwamoto, Derek Kenji, Negi, Nalini, & *Mondragon, Gladys. (2013). Undocumented Latino immigrant men at risk. Social Development Issues, 35.
Sacks, Meghan & Ackerman, Alissa R. (2013). Bail and Sentencing: Does Pretrial Detention Lead to Harsher Punishment?, Criminal Justice Policy Review. DOI: 10.1177/0887403412461501
Ackerman, Alissa R., Sacks, Meghan & *Osier, Lindsay. (2013). The experiences of registered sex offenders with Internet registries in three states. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 52(1), 29-45.
Casey, E.A. (2013) Reaching the men: Proactively engaging men and boys in efforts to reduce and end violence against women. In B. Sipe & E.J. Hall, I am not your victim: Anatomy of domestic violence, 2nd Ed. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Casey, E.A., Carlson, J.C., Fraguela-Rios, C., Kimball, E., Neugut, T., Tolman, R., & Edleson, J. (2013) Context, challenges, and tensions in global efforts to engage men in the prevention of violence against women: An ecological analysis. Men and Masculinities, 16, 227-249. PMC4283930
Masters, T., Casey, E.A., Morrison, D. & Wells, E. (2013). Sexual scripts among young heterosexual men and women: Processes of conformity and change. Journal of Sex Research, 50, 409-420. PMC3515716
Maurino, J.P., & Cohen, J.W. (2013). Introduction: Celebrating twenty years of scholarship in men and masculinities. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 21(2), 95-96.
Martin, R., Cohen, J.W., & Champion, D. (2013). Conceptualization, operationalization, construct validity, and truth in advertising in criminological research. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 5(1) 1-38.
Brennan, D. J., Emlet, C. A., Brennenstuhl, S. & Rueda, S. (2013). Sociodemographic profile of older adults with HIV/AIDS: Gender and sexual orientation differences. Canadian Journal on Aging, 32(1) 31-43.
Emlet, C. A., Brennan, D.J., Brennenstuhl, S., Rueda, S., Hart, T. A. Rourke, S. B. (2013). Protective and Risk Factors Associated with Stigma in a Population of Older Adults Living with HIV in Ontario Canada. AIDS Care. DOI:10.1080/09540121.2013.774317
Emlet, C. A., Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., & Kim, H-J. (2013). Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Heath-Related Quality of Life In Older Gay and Bisexual Men Living with HIV Disease. The Gerontologist. Advanced Access, doi: 10.1093/geront/gns191
Harris, M. S. (2013). African American perspectives: Family dynamics, health care issues and the role of ethnic identity. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Harris, M. S. (2013). African American families in kinship care. In M. S. Harris (Ed.), African American perspectives: Family dynamics, health care issues and the role of ethnic identity (pp. 21-36). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Harris, M. S. (2013, January 25). Embracing diversity: Reflecting on the legacy of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. Inside DSHS, 1-2. Retrieved from http://exec.wa.lcl/InsideDSHS/graphics/SmWhatsNews2.pngq
Keller, J., Laakso, J. Stevens, & C. Tashiro, C. (2013). Ethnically diverse HOPE VI redevelopments: A community case study from the Pacific Northwest. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 15 (2), 29-46.
Laakso, J. (2013, Flawed policy assumptions and HOPE VI. Journal of Poverty, 17 (1), 29-45.
Alvarez, A.R., & Lazzari, M. (2013). The application of relational cultural theory to mentoring of feminist academics. In N. Domingues & Y. Gandert (Eds.), 6th Annual Mentoring Conference Proceedings: Impact and Effectiveness of Developmental Relationships. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico.
Madfis, Eric, and Tammi Arford. (2013). “The Dilemmas of Embodied Symbolic Representation: Regret in Contemporary American Tattoo Narratives.” The Social Science Journal, 50(4), 547-556.
Harris, Andrew J., Levenson, Jill S., & Ackerman, Alissa R. (2012). Registered Sex Offenders in the U.S.: Behind the Numbers. Crime and Delinquency. DOI: 10.1177/0011128712443179
Ackerman, Alissa R., Levenson, Jill S., & Harris, Andrew J. (2012). How many sex offenders really live among us? Adjusted counts and population rates in five U.S. states. Journal of Crime and Justice. DOI:10.1080/0735648X.2012.666407
Ackerman, Alissa R. & Sacks, Meghan. (2012). Can General Strain Theory be used to explain recidivism among registered sex offenders? , Journal of Criminal Justice, 40(3), 187-193.
Sacks, Meghan & Ackerman, Alissa R. (2012). Pretrial detention and guilty pleas: If they can't afford bail they must be guilty!, Criminal Justice Studies, 25, 265-278.
Ackerman, Alissa R. & Khan, Bilal (2012). Assessing reporting patterns of child sexual abuse within the Catholic Church using discontinuities in model parameter timeseries. Social Science Research, 41(2), 253-262.
Furman, Rich, Ackerman, Alissa R., Loya, Melody, Jones, Susanna , Negi, Nalini. (2012). The criminalization of immigration: Value conflicts for the social work profession. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 39, 169-185.
Casey, E.A. & Nurius, P.S. (2012) Acquaintance sexual assault and sexual harassment treatment and prevention among teens. The School Services Sourcebook (2nd Ed). New York: Oxford University Press.
Casey, E.A. & Ohler, K. (2012) Being a positive bystander: Male anti-violence allies’ experiences of ‘stepping up.’ Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27, 62-83.
Cohen, J.W. & Martin, R. (2012). The four dimensions of gender. In D. McDonald & A. Miller (eds.), Race, gender, and criminal justice: Equality and justice for all? (pp. 17-34). San Diego, CA: Cognella.
Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Cook-Danials, L., Kim, H-J., Erosheva, E. A., Emlet, C. A., Hoy-Ellis, C., Goldsen, J. & Muraco, A. (2012). The Physical and Mental Health of Transgender Older Adults: An At-Risk and Underserved Population. The Gerontologist. doi:10.1093/geront/gnt021
Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Emlet, C. A. , Kim, H-J. Muraco, A., Erosheva, E. A. & Goldsen, J. (2012). The Physical and Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay Male and Bisexual (LGB) Older Adults: The Role of Key Health Indicators and Risk and Protective Factors. The Gerontologist, 53, 664-675 doi:10.1093/geront/gns123 [Recipient of the Editor’s Choice Award]
Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I & Emlet, C. A. (2012). Health disparities among LGBT older adults living with HIV. Aging Today Online. Available at: http://www.asaging.org/blog/research-note-health-disparities-among-lgbt-older-adults-living-hiv.
Emlet, C. A. & Moceri, J.T. (2012). The Importance of Social Connectedness in Building Age-Friendly Communities. Journal of Aging Research, 2012, Article ID 173247, 9 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/173247
Garner, M.D. (2012). The Social Work Integral Model (SWIM): A tool for conceptualizing the place for religious/spiritual/nonspiritual worldviews in practice. Religion and Spirituality Clearinghouse, a publication of the Council on Social Work Education. 1-e11. Available at www.cswe.org.
Collins, S. E., Malone,D. K., Clifasefi, S. L., Ginzler, J., Garner, M. D., Burlingham, B., Lonczak, H. S., Dana, E. A., Kirouac, M., Tanzer, K., Hobson, W. G., Marlatt, G. A., & Larimer, M. E. (2012). Housing First for chronically homeless individuals with alcohol problems: Within-subjects analyses of 2-year alcohol trajectories. American Journal of Public Health 102(3), 511-519. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2011.300403
Crofoot, T. L., & Harris, M. S. (2012). An Indian Child Welfare perspective on disproportionality in child welfare. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 1667-1674.
Keller, J., Laakso, J., Stevens, C. & Tashiro, C. (2012). The slippery slope of evaluation: Ethics & methodological challenges using a case study of a housing development. In S. Kaliola, P. Kettuenen, O. Eskelinen, Kosonen, I. Rostila & A. Leander (eds.). Improvement by Evaluation, (pp. 41-49).
Laakso, J. & Nygaard, J. (2012). Children of incarcerated parents: How a mentoring program can make a difference. Social Work in Public Health, 27:1-2, 12-28. doi:10.1080/19371918.2012.629892
Levin, Jack & Madfis, Eric. (2012) Cultivating Bias in the Media: Problematic Presentations and Future Prospects. Pp. 239-247, The Harms of Crime Media: Essays on the Perpetuation of Racism, Sexism and Class Stereotypes, edited by Denise L. Bissler and Joan L. Conners. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company Inc.
Madfis, Eric. (November 2012) Across Crimes, Criminals, and Contexts: Traps along the Troubled Path towards a General Theory of Crime. Critical Criminology 20(4): 429-445.
Ackerman, Alissa R., Harris, Andrew, Levenson, Jill, & Zgoba, Kristen. (2011). Who are the people in your neighborhood? A descriptive analysis of individuals on public sex offender registries. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 34, 149–159.
Ackerman, Alissa R., Meghan Sacks & David F. Greenberg (2011): Legislation Targeting Sex Offenders: Are Recent Policies Effective in Reducing Rape?, Justice Quarterly, DOI:10.1080/07418825.2011.566887
Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Kim, H.-J., Emlet, C. A., Muraco, A., Erosheva, E. A., Hoy-Ellis, C. P., Goldsen, J., Petry, H. (2011). The Aging and Health Report: Disparities and Resilience among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Older Adults. Seattle: Institute for Multigenerational Health.
Brennan, D. J., Emlet, C.A., & Eady, A. (2011). HIV, Sexual Health, and Psychosocial Issues Among Older Adults Living with HIV in North America. Ageing International, 33(3), 313-333 DOI 10.1007/s12126-011-9111-6.
Finn, J. (Spring, 2011). Supporting foster families with internet and communications technology. CW 360. 17. Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare. School of Social Work, University of Minnesota.
Furman, Rich & Kinn, Julie (2011) Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles: Writing and Publishing in the Helping Professions, Lyceum Books, 2nd edition.
Garner, M. D. (2011). Practice Reconsidered: The Social Work Integral Model. Families in Society, 92(3), 255-261. doi: 10.1606/1044-3894.4128
Harris, M. S., & Bonney, S. (2011, November). Diversity and clinical social work. Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work Newsletter, pp. 10-11.
Harris, M.S. (2011).Understanding disproportionality and child welfare. In N.Parsons-Pollard (Ed.), Disproportionate minority contact: Current issues and policies (pp. 123-137). Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press.
Harris, M.S. (2011). Adult attachment typology in a sample of high-risk mothers. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 81(1), 41-61.
Young, D.S. (2011). Vocational education for incarcerated women: One piece of the puzzle. In R.F. Mattucci (Ed.), Vocational Education in Correctional Facilities: An Anthology of Personal Perspectives. San Bernardino, CA: University of San Bernardino Press.
Young, D.S. & Mattuci, R.F. (2011). Enhancing the Vocational Skills of Incarcerated Women Through a Plumbing Maintenance Program. In R.F. Mattucci (Ed.), Vocational Education in Correctional Facilities: An Anthology of Personal Perspectives. San Bernardino, CA: University of San Bernardino Press.
Young, D.S. (2011). Introduction. In R.F. Mattucci (Ed.), Vocational Education in Correctional Facilities: An Anthology of Personal Perspectives. San Bernardino, CA: University of San Bernardino Press.
Casey, E.A. (2010) Strategies for engaging men as anti-violence allies: Implications for ally movements. Advances in Social Work, 11, 267-282.
Casey, E.A. & Smith, T.* (2010). “How can I not?” Men’s pathways to involvement in anti-violence against women work. Violence Against Women, 16, 953-973.
Casey, E.A. & Beadnell, B. (2010). The structure of male adolescent peer networks and risk for intimate partner violence perpetration: Findings from a national sample. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39, 620-633.
Lindhorst, T.P., Casey, E.A. & Meyers, M. (2010). Frontline worker responses to domestic violence disclosure in public welfare offices. Social Work, 55, 235-243.
Casey, E.A., Brown, R., Rowan, D., Howard, A.C. & Taylor, K. (2010). Violence and Latino communities. In R.C. Furman & N Negi (Eds.), Social Work Practice with Latinos: Key Issues and Emerging Themes. Chicago: Lyceum Books, Inc.
Emlet, C.A. (2010).Using a Standardized Patient Approach to Enhance Clinical Skills in Gerontological Social Work. Journal of Social Work Education, 46(3), 443-451.
Emlet, C.A., Tozay, S., & Raveis, V. (2010). “I’m not going to die from the AIDS”: Resilience in Aging with HIV Disease. The Gerontologist. doi:10.1093/geront/gnq060
Emlet, C. A. (2010). HIV-infected and HIV-affected midlife and older persons. In C. C. Poindexter (Ed.) Handbook of HIV and social work: Principles, practice and populations (pp. 253-269). New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Finn, J. & Barak, A. (2010). A descriptive study of ethapists attitudes, ethics, and practice. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, March, 1-10. DOI: 10.1080/14733140903380847
Finn, J. & Steele, T. (2010). Online self-help /mutual aid groups in mental health practice. In Brown, L.D. & Wituk, S. (Eds.), Mental health self-help: Consumer and family initiatives. 87-105. New York: Springer.
Furman, R. (2010). Social work practice with men at-risk. New York: Columbia University Press.
Negi, N., & Furman, R. (2010). (eds.). Transnational social work practice. New York: Columbia University Press.
Furman, R., Langer, C. L., & Taylor, B. (2010). Analyzing narratives through poetic forms and structures in gerontology: Applying new tools in qualitative research. Journal of Poetry Therapy, (2), 61-71.
Furman, R., & Negi, N. (2010). (eds.). Social work practice with Latinos: Key issues and emerging themes. Chicago: Lyceum Books.
Ceglowski, D., Shears, J., Furman, R., & Garner, M. (2010). “I want child care he’s going to be happy in”: A case study of a father’s child care experiences. Early Education and Development, 21(1), 1-20.
Lewis, C. W, Shears, J., & Furman, R. (2010). An in-depth examination into the status of minority teachers in U.S. public schools: Crisis and strategies for improvement. Teacher Education and Practice, 23(1), 88-102.
Negi, N., Bender, K., Furman, R., Fowler, D. N. & Prickett, J.C. (2010). Enhancing self awareness: A practical strategy to train culturally responsive social work students. Advanced in Social Work, 11(2), 223-234
Hung, W. C., Smith, T. J., Harris, M. S., & Lockard, J. (2010). Development research of a teachers’ educational performance support system: The practices of design, development, and evaluation. Educational Technology Research and Development, 58, 61-80.
Harris, M. S., Jackson, L. J., O’Brien, K., & Pecora, P. (2010). Ethnic group comparisons of adult alumni of foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 32, 171-177.
Collins, K. & Lazzari, M. (2010). The Honorable Barbara Mikulski: Fighting for social justice in the U.S. Senate. In A. Lieberman (Ed.), Women in social work who have changed the world (pp. 14-25). Chicago, IL: Lyceum.
Young, D.S. & Mienko, J.A. (2010, August). Annotated Bibliography: Families and children affected by incarceration. Available online at Alberta Centre for Child, Family, & Community Research: www.research4children.com.