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Controversial issues in social work research

Author: Walter W Hudson; Paula Nurius
Publisher: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©1994.
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Controversial issues in social work research.
Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©1994
(OCoLC)622546285
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Walter W Hudson; Paula Nurius
ISBN: 0205156150 9780205156153
OCLC Number: 28508313
Description: x, 294 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: I. Debates about Research and Epistemology. 1. Does Emphasizing Accountability and Evidence Dilute Service Delivery and the Helping Role? Yes / Roy Ruckdeschel. No / Mary Lou Balassone. 2. Are Traditional Empirical Research Methods Inherently Biased against People of Color? Yes / Sung-Sil (Sue) Sohng. No / Jose B. Ashford. 3. Are Practitioner Intuition and Empirical Evidence Equally Valid Sources of Professional Knowledge? Yes / Paula Allen-Meares and Yosikazu S. Deroos. No / Deborah H. Siegel. 4. Are Exploratory Post Hoc Models Better Suited for Social Work Research Than Hypothesis Testing Approaches? Yes / Michie N. Hesselbrock and Victor M. Hesselbrock. No / William J. Reid. 5. Is Feminist Research Inherently Qualitative, and Is It a Fundamentally Different Approach to Research? Yes / Liane V. Davis. No / Jeanne C. Marsh --
II. Debates about Research and Direct Practice. 6. Is a Scientist-Practitioner Model Appropriate for Direct Social Work Practice? Yes / Richard F. Dangel. No / Denise E. Bronson. 7. Should Systematic Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation Tools Be Used as Empowerment Aids for Clients? Yes / Srinika Jayaratne. No / Jill Doner Kagle. 8. Is There an Ethical Responsibility to Use Practice Methods with the Best Empirical Evidence of Effectiveness? Yes / Waldo C. Klein and Martin Bloom. No / Susan Meyers Chandler. 9. Lacking Evidence of Effectiveness, Should Single-Case Evaluation Techniques Be Encouraged in Practice? Yes / William R. Downs. No / Allen Rubin --
III. Debates about Research and Administrative Practice. 10. Is a Scientist-Practitioner Model Appropriate for Social Work Administrative Practice? Yes / Tony Tripodi. No / Leonard E. Gibbs. 11. Should Program Decisions Be Based on Empirical Evidence of Effectiveness? Yes / Peter Gabor and Richard M. Grinnell, Jr. No / Merlin A. Taber. 12. Should Social Work Take Greater Leadership in Research on Total Systems of Service? Yes / Charles A. Glisson. No / Juan Paz. 13. Should Policy Decisions Be Based Predominantly on Empirical Evidence of Effectiveness? Yes / John S. Wodarski. No / Walter W. Hudson --
IV. Debates about Research and Education. 14. Is Research Training Important to the Development of Analytic Reasoning and Critical Judgment in Social Work? Yes / Lewayne D. Gilchrist. No / Howard Goldstein. 15. Can M.S.W. Students Evaluate Research Critically without Knowledge of Statistics? Yes / Betty J. Blythe. No / Sysan D. Einbinder and Stuart A. Kirk. 16. Should Doctoral-Level Graduates in Social Work Be as Well Trained in Research as Those in Allied Disciplines? Yes / Ram A. Cnaan and Robert Wineburg. No / Joseph A. Walsh. 17. Should We Have Different Doctoral-Level Research Training Streams for Academic and Practice? Yes / Larry W. Kreuger and John J. Stretch. No / Catheleen Jordan --
V. Debates about Research Methods, Analysis, and Publication. 18. Are Some Research Methodologies Inherently More Worthy of Professional Endorsement than Others? Yes / Steven P. Schinke. No / William R. Nugent. 19. Are Effect Sizes Better Than Traditional Hypothesis Testing for Evaluating Research Findings? Yes / John G. Orme. No / Craig Winston Lecroy. 20. Should More Rigorous Quantitative Measurement of Service or Treatment Interventions Be a Part of Agency Evaluation and Research? Yes / Steven L. McMurtry. No / Kevin Corcoran. 21. Are Social Work Journals Requiring Adequate Empirical Justification for Claims of Effectiveness? Yes / Nancy A. Humphreys. No / Eileen Gambrill --
VI. Debates about Research and the Future. 22. Must Social Workers Continually Yield Current Practice Methods to the Evolving Empirically Supported Knowledge Base? Yes / Cynthia Franklin. No / John S. Brekke. 23. Are Professional Guidelines Needed Regarding the Appropriate Use of Research in Practice? Yes / Paula S. Nurius. No / Bruce A. Thyer and Dianne F. Harrison.
Responsibility: edited by Walter W. Hudson, Paula S. Nurius.

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