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Aging and 'contemporary' ethical dilemmas in "Setting Limits"
DEVIANT BEHAVIOR OF PAROLEES AND THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS OF PAROLE SUPERVISORS
THE PRISON RECEPTION-GUIDANCE CENTER: SELECTION OF TREATMENT PROGRAMS FORNEWLY ARRIVED ARMED ROBBERY OFFENDERS AT A STATE CORRECTIONAL AGENCY
SELECTION FACTORS IN THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PROCESS
EMPLOYER REACTION: THE STIGMATIZING EFFECTS OF RACE AND MENTAL ILLNESS
AN ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF FLORIDA'S USE LAW PROGRAM WITH SUGGESTED IMPLICATIONS FOR LEGISLATIVELY DIRECTED SOCIAL CHANGE PROGRAMS
MYTHS, MISCONCEPTIONS AND MISINFORMATION ABOUT ALCOHOL--OR, TEQUILA ISN'T THE ONLY ALCOHOL TO TAKE WITH A GRAIN OF SALT
A PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH TO HELP SEEKING AND SERVICE UTILIZATION
THE MEDICALIZATION OF DEVIANCE: MORALISTIC AND MEDICAL IDEOLOGICAL VARIANTS AMONG PROFESSIONAL PARTICIPANTS IN A DRUG ADDICT DIVERSION PROGRAM
THE ROLE OF THE STATE HOSPITAL IN THE CONTEXT OF COMMUNITY CARE
SOCIAL CONTROL ASPECTS OF HOSPITALIZATION FOR MENTAL ILLNESS
TECHNOLOGY AS A NON-RATIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL ENTERPRISE: PRIMARY PREVENTIVE ACTIVITY IN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS
A STUDY OF THE USE OF A VOCATIONAL GRID CHART AS A DECISION AID IN THE ADJUDICATION OF SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS CLAIMS
HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT OF MENTAL PATIENTS: CHANGES FROM INVOLUNTARY TO VOLUNTARY STATUS UNDER THE FLORIDA MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 1972
Case abstract research, social interdependence, and reactions to deviance
THE CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF DEVIANT TYPES: "LAY" ATTRIBUTION AS A PROBLEM FOR THE SOCIOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGE
SOCIAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE HOSPITALIZATION AND CONTINUED HOSPITALIZATION OF THE GERIATRIC MENTAL PATIENT IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA
EFFECTS OF SELECTED ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES ON THE REHABILITATION PROCESS
A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENTIAL WORK PLACEMENT UPON ADJUSTMENT OF YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS IN A CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
THE PRE-PATIENT'S PATH TO PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALIZATION: CRITICAL INCIDENTS
THE RELATION OF SOCIAL CLASS MEMBERSHIP TO OPINIONS REGARDING WELFARE SERVICES AND RECIPIENTS
LABOR PROCESS AND WELFARE STATE FORMATION IN THE UNITED STATES, 1900--1930
A policy analysis of the impact of SEDNET, Florida's interagency network for severely emotionally disturbed children
Incrementalism vs. determinant theory: A time series analysis of competing theories of social welfare policy using the Korean experience, 1962-1991
The effects of television exposure on the cultivation of AIDS-related fears: A test of a new model for predicting resonance
Job training in a postindustrial economy: Consequences of short-sighted policies and programs for this nation's poor and jobless
The growth patterns of public pension expenditures of sixteen advanced industrial democracies in the period of 1961-1984: Pooled cross-sectional and time series analysis
Coordination of child abuse services: Beyond the structural determinants
Disarticulated accumulation and human welfare: A cross-national dependency analysis
A qualitative study of the use of health and medical information in planning and providing educational services to young children with disabilities
The effect of contact on attitudes toward individuals with disabilities
The fight for victims' rights in Florida: The realities of social reform
Moral panics and the vocabularies of motives: A content analysis of the cyclical nature of the drug crisis, 1970-1985
The process of state action in Florida's health care market
The quest for human welfare: Welfare enhancement in Indonesia
The educational implications of Catholic social action in Latin America: A case study of the APOV program in Brazil
The Minimum Wage Restoration Act of 1989? Wage-relation, class politics, and the rhetoric of wage minimizers
Lay midwifery in the twentieth century American South: Public health policy and practice
The relationships of the perceptions of culture gaps to the job satisfaction and job performance of the rehabilitation counselors in Florida
Understanding the meaning of pregnancy and prenatal care: How meaning affects prenatal care seeking behavior
Universalism vs. targeting as the basis of social distribution: Gender, race and long-term care in the United States
A conceptual framework for analyzing the impact of environmental variables on the capacity of delivery systems to provide services to children, especially emotionally disturbed children, and an empirical analysis of a portion of the framework
A study of differences in employment, salary and enrollment in post-secondary education associated with completion of the General Educational Development (GED) exam
Elite fragmentation and structural change in health care
The relationship between cognitive style, ethnicity, and level of educational attainment for women receiving Aid for Dependent Children as compared with employed women