Summer 2014 Features:
- A Nurturing, Caring Relationship
- Mastering Research
- The Evolution of Health Care Reform
- Viewpoint: From the Dean - Promoting Prevention
- Conversation - It Takes a Village
- Before It Happens - Preventing violence is an academic focus for a select group of SSA students
- Making A Connection - A new intervention improves communication and trust between therapists and clients from different cultures
- Policy at the Street-Level - A new book looks at the politics and practices of workfare around the world
- Inside Social Service Review
- Looking for Evidence - Social work’s evolution towards evidencebased practice is a work in progress.
- Out of the House - Single women were hit particularly hard by the foreclosure crisis
- Youth, Crime, and Punishment - Should social work return to playing a larger role in dealing with juvenile offenders?
- A Voice From the Field
- Advocacy Through Research - Louise Doss Martin has used social work research to advocate for improved health care for women and children, the mentally ill and the homeless.
- Behind the Numbers
- The Youngest Workers - 168 million: Children under the age of 14 involved in child labor worldwide. Child labor is a lot more common than you might realize.