March 1, 2018
Professor Joanne Corbin is co-author of a recently published article in International Social Work about women in northern Uganda resettling after armed conflict and internal displacement.
Read the Article: Resettlement post conflict: Risk and protective factors and resilience among women in northern Uganda
February 27, 2018
A newly published article in Family Relations by Smith SSW professors Hannah Karpman and Maria Torres and Emily Ruppel, '18, offers an intersectional analysis designed to explore how lesbian, bisexual and queer (LBQ) women of color understand and navigate family formation decisions.
Read the Article: “It wasn't feasible for us”: Queer Women of Color Navigating Family Formation
Article Published on SSW's Critical Conversations
February 6, 2018
An article by Smith SSW professor Peggy O'Neill and Hye-Kyung Kang has been published in Journal of Social Work Education. The piece presents the critical conversations (CC) model for facilitating conversations that open up space for discussing power and privilege, oppression and structural inequalities.
Rory Crath Published in Journal of Youth Studies
June 22, 2017
Professor Rory Crath's research, published in the Journal of Youth Studies, explores government sponsored arts programs for at-risk youth, with a focus on Toronto's Graffitti Transformation Project.
Professor Hannah Karpman Published in Midwifery
March 28, 2017
After two years of extensive research, which examined online peer support for queer mothers, Professor Karpman, Emily Ruppel '18, Mallory Merryman '15 & Carolyn Delk '03 saw their work published in renowned journal Midwifery on March 1, 2017.
Read the Research [PDF]: Online maternity information seeking among lesbian, bisexual, and queer women
Daily Hampshire Gazette article: Smith researchers’ findings published in Midwifery journal
Marsha Kline Pruett on Enhancing Father Involvement
Research published in Child Development addresses the problem of fathers’ absence from children’s lives and the difficulty of paternal engagement, especially among lower income families.
Professor Annemarie Gockel in Qualitative Social Work
January 9, 2017
Professor Annemarie Gockel's research, published in Qualitative Social Work, explores how the growing trend toward body-oriented psychotherapy is being integrated into group work and the potential significance of this trend for social work practice with groups.
Read the Study: Embodied connections: Engaging the body in group work
Professor Rory Crath Published in Culture, Health & Sexuality
January 3, 2017
Assistant Professor Rory Crath looked at public health reporting in Canada’s leading newspaper, The Globe and Mail, and its impact on the moral, social and biological dimensions of gay male subjectivity and sexuality within the context of HIV risk discourses.
The Risks of Advocacy Bias
April 20, 2016
Professor Marsh Kline Pruett is a co-author of an article published in Family Court Review looking at how biased research evidence by scholar advocates results in increased confusion and controversy that diminishes the credibility of all parties.
Professor James Drisko on Evidence Based Practice
July 29, 2015
Professor James Drisko's article in the Clinical Social Work Journal explores current challenges that social workers and the profession continue to face in integrating EBP into professional practice and social work education.
Read the Article: Evidence-Based Practice in Social Work: A Contemporary Perspective
What Clinical Social Workers Need to Know
July 10, 2015
Professor James Drisko's recent article looks at changes in social work education and argues for maintaining a biopsychosocial and psychodynamic perspective in training and in the practice of clinical social work.
Supporting Father Involvement
Professor Marsha Kline Pruett contributed a chapter about father involvement to the book Parenting Plan Evaluations: Applied Research for the Family Court.