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Diagnosis in Social Work: New Imperatives

by Francis J Turner

Diagnosis in Social Work argues for the reinstatement of social diagnosis to its former place as an essential concept in social work intervention. It shows how the concept of diagnosis in social work has been...


Preparing Participants for Intergenerational Interaction: Training for Success

by Melissa Hawkins, Kenneth Backman & Francis A Mcguire

Preparing Participants for Intergenerational Interaction: Training for Success examines established intergenerational programs and provides the training methods necessary for activity directors or practitioners...


Human Behavior in the Social Environment from an African American Perspective

by Letha A See

In Human Behavior in the Social Environment from an African American Perspective, leading black scholars come together to discuss complex human behavior problems faced by African Americans and to force the abandonment...


Women's Work: A Survey of Scholarship by and about Women

by Donna M Ashcraft, Ellen Cole & Esther D Rothblum

While most women's studies texts function “topically” as “readings” for courses and general use, Women's Work: A Survey of Scholarship By and About Women takes a broad spectrum of women's disciplines--psychological,...


Clinical Work and Social Action: An Integrative Approach

by Fred A Newcom & Jerome Sachs

Clinical Work and Social Action: An Integrative Approach develops a paradigm for social work and human services practice that integrates clinical work and social action. Social workers, clinicians, and educators...


The Foundation and Future of Feminist Therapy

by Marcia Hill & Mary Ballou

Feminist therapy has been challenging mainstream therapy thinking and practice for the past thirty years. The Foundation and Future of Feminist Therapy is the first book to provide a summary and compilation...


Voices from the Field: Group Work Responds

by Albert S Alissi & Catherine C Mergins

Voices From the Field is the book to challenge you from your cozy position of complacency! By simply opening its pages, you will learn about fascinating developments in group work sequences in group care, empowerment...


Criminal Justice: Retribution vs. Restoration

by Eleanor Hannon Judah

There are nearly two million inmates in America today. Are there better alternatives to incarceration?

Criminal Justice: Retribution vs. Restoration presents new answers and unconventional suggestions addressing...


Seafaring and the Jews

by Nadav Kashtan

This collection studies Jewish involvement in seafaring from Biblical, through Greco-Roman, Medieval and Early Modern periods to the present. This broad historical perspective allows a closer look at various...


The Democratic Experience and Political Violence

by David C. Rapoport & Leonard Weinberg

An incisive analysis of the connections between democracy and violence by acknowledged experts in the field. The connection between the two activities has often been largely ignored because of a widespread reluctance...


The IRA  1968-2000: An Analysis of a Secret Army

by J. Bowyer Bell

The study focuses on the intricate workings of an organization involved in armed struggle for over 30 years, and is based on thousands of interviews, accompanied by penetrating analysis.


Mediating in Cyprus: The Cypriot Communities and the United Nations

by Oliver P. Richmond

This study investigates the Cypriot parties' views of peacemaking, to shed light on the problem, and on the theoretical debates surrounding mediation.


Civil Society and Democracy in Africa: Critical Perspectives

by Nelson Kasfir

A careful and broad critique of the conventional wisdom in applying the concept of civil society to politics in sub-Saharan Africa, and particularly to democratization.


Egypt's Incomplete Revolution: Lutfi Al-Khuli and Nasser's Socialism in the 1960s

by Rami Ginat

This work examines the importance of Lutfi al-Khuli and the intellectual circle associated with the Nasserist regime.


In Pursuit of Military Excellence: The Evolution of Operational Theory

by Shimon Naveh

This work offers an interpretation of the intermediate field of military knowledge situated between strategy and tactics and traces the evolution of operational awareness and its culmination in a full-fledged...


Security Challenges in the Mediterranean Region

by Roberto Aliboni, George Joffe & Tim Niblock

Contributions to this book question the concept of the clash of cultures. The challenge to the West does not lie in the monolith of Islam turning aggressively outward to Europe and the US, but in the rivalries...


Britain's Failure to Enter the European Community 1961-63

by George Wilkes

The essays collected here outline a number of factors which made the EC too young to be able to assimilate Britain's important interests, and the British over-optimistic in their approach to negotiations with...


Air Power at the Battlefront: Allied Close Air Support in Europe 1943-45

by Dr Ian Gooderson

Ian Gooderson presents a study of close air support in World War II, with the analysis focusing on the use of tactical air power by British and American forces during the campaigns in Italy and northwestern...


Military Legitimacy: Might and Right in the New Millennium

by Rudolph C. Barnes Jr

Focusing on the challenges faced by the US military in responding to "operations other than war" in the post-Cold War era, Rudolph Barnes makes a plea for the US government to address the "organizational bias...


Warriors in Peacetime: New Directions for Us Policy the Military and Democracy in Latin America

by Gabriel Marcella

What should military warriors do in peacetime? Such was the theme of an international conference at the Inter-American Defense College in 1992 which brought together diplomats, military officials and distinguished...