Vol. 53 Nbr. 2, April 2008
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- A social worker's reflections on power, privilege, and oppression.
- Demographic trends in social work over a quarter-century in an increasingly female profession.
- Has social work met its commitment to Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders? A review of the periodical literature.
- Race, resistance, and restructuring: emerging skills in the new social services.
- Openness in adoption: what we know so far--a critical review of the literature.
- Sexual trafficking in the United States: a domestic problem with transnational dimensions.
- The growing admissibility of expert testimony by clinical social workers on competence to stand trial.
- Social workers and the NASW Code of Ethics: belief, behavior, disjuncture.
- Negotiating with antisocial clients.
- Strengths-oriented family therapy for adolescents with substance abuse problems.