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Social workers -- Attitudes

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How Do Child Welfare Workers Attitudes Affect Utilization Of Gays And Lesbians As Adoptive Parents, Constance Cameron Clifford, Victoria Ann Kohfeld Jan 2004

How Do Child Welfare Workers Attitudes Affect Utilization Of Gays And Lesbians As Adoptive Parents, Constance Cameron Clifford, Victoria Ann Kohfeld

Theses Digitization Project

Social workers' attitudes, beliefs and values have been shown to effect how they evalute and process gay adoptive parents paperwork.


The Perceived Influence Of Spirituality In Adolescent Residential Group Homes, Karima Aisha Deadrick-Boone Jan 2004

The Perceived Influence Of Spirituality In Adolescent Residential Group Homes, Karima Aisha Deadrick-Boone

Theses Digitization Project

This qualitative study explores the perceived influence of spirituality on ethnic minority adolescent's outcomes in faith-based residential group homes. Study results offer a deeper understanding of the influence and implementation of spiritual practices among children impacted by child welfare.


Perceptions Of The Adoptions And Safe Families Act Of 1997 Among Child Welfare And Substance Abuse Professionals, Nancy Rae Satterwhite Jan 2004

Perceptions Of The Adoptions And Safe Families Act Of 1997 Among Child Welfare And Substance Abuse Professionals, Nancy Rae Satterwhite

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this study was to obtain perceptions of child welfare and substance abuse professionals about the Adoptions and Safe Families Act (ASFA) of 1997.


Social Workers Attitudes And Perceptions Toward Transracial Adoption, Karla Eduviges Carranza, Nicol Alejandra Stolar Jan 2003

Social Workers Attitudes And Perceptions Toward Transracial Adoption, Karla Eduviges Carranza, Nicol Alejandra Stolar

Theses Digitization Project

Overall attitudes, beliefs, and values have been shown to effect how individuals evaluate and process information. This knowledge is important and relevant to the practice of social work. Social workers are expected to put their attitudes, values, and perceptions aside when working with their clients. Attitudes are effecting processing and evaluation of events, therefore, it is imortant to understand the possible implications of workers perceptions and attitudes. Highly embedded attitudes toward transracial adoption, will influenceSocial workers behavior.


Sparing The Rod?: Social Workers And Corporal Punishment, Christopher Omer Brannon, James Oliver Tanghal Jan 2002

Sparing The Rod?: Social Workers And Corporal Punishment, Christopher Omer Brannon, James Oliver Tanghal

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The purpose of this study was to develop a survey that would provide professionals with an idea as to the thoughts, feelings, and values that social workers held regarding physical punishment towards a child. Social workers stand in a position to intervene in the intergenerational transmission of violence.