Research Methods for Social Workers

Social Work Research

and Evaluation

Using Statistical Methods in Social Science Research

Social Work Evaluation: Enhancing What We Do

Evaluation Practice 
for Collaborative Growth

Just Practice

The Just Practice Framework in Action

Navigating Human Service Organizations

Evidence-Based Practice for Social Workers

Essential Skills of Social Work Practice

Essential Interviewing Skills for the Helping Professions

Social Work Practice with Families

Third Edition

Child and Family Practice

Breaking Out

of the Box

Interviewing for the Helping Professions 

Modern Social Work Theory

Fifth Edition

Generalist Social

Work Practice

Introduction to 

Competence-Based Social Work


to Social Work

International Social Work

School Social Work
Ninth Edition

The Helping Professional's Guide to Ethics

Second Edition

Clinical Assessment

for Social Workers

Human Behavior

for Social Work Practice

Social Welfare Policy

The Lobbying Strategy Handbook

Rural Social Work
in the 21st Century

Strategic Leadership

and Management in Nonprofit Organizations

Ethics and Values
in Social Work

Case Management:

An Introduction to Concepts and Skills

Critical Multiculturalism and Intersectionality in a Complex World

Second Edition

Diversity, Oppression, and Change

Third Edition

Advocacy Practice

for Social Justice

Fourth Edition

Spiritual Diversity in

Social Work Practice

School Social Work:

Overcoming Today's Challenges

School Social Work experts Aidyn L. Iachini (University of South Carolina), Carol Rippey Massat (Indiana University), Cassandra McKay-Jackson (Erikson Institute), Kate Phillippo (Loyola University Chicago), James C. Raines (California State University, Monterey Bay), and Emily Shayman (Lewis University) discuss some of the tough issues facing school social workers today. Topics include anti-racist practice, racial trauma in schools, planning for prevention in a crisis, adapting to pandemic conditions, and ethics in an epidemic.

Creating Changemakers:

Teaching an Applied Lobbying Course

In this video, Pat Libby, author of The Lobbying Strategy Handbook, Second Edition, walks instructors through building a hands-on, advocacy practice course. Pat discusses putting theory into practice by having students construct their own lobbying campaigns within a tried-and-true, ten-step course model that has been used at schools across the country. 

Pat walks instructors through the ten steps and discusses practical components of teaching the course, such as grading and learning outcomes.

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