The Journal of Social Work Education is a peer-reviewed professional journal covering social education and social work. Founded in 1952, the Council on Social Work Education publishes the Journal of Social Work Education 3 times a year. Lorraine M. Gutierrez is the Editor-in-Chief.
Academic careers and granting of tenure within the university are
directly linked to a record of scholarly production. This growing emphasis
on publishing appears to have contributed to an increase in collaborations
among faculty members,...
AIDS/HIV Gant, L. M., Stewart, P. A., & Lynch, V. J. (1998). Social Workers Speak Out on the HIV/AIDS Crisis: Voices from and to African-American Communities. Westport, CT: Praeger. $55 (cloth); $18.95 (paper). By the year 2000, 50% of all...
This article specifies a transactional model for adequately addressing
underconcentration on key areas in advanced clinical HBSE courses. The
author discusses the underconcentration, particularly in social work's
understanding of the biological...
The most commonly used and agreed upon definition of innovation is something new, a change, a challenge to the status quo. Innovation does not behave in a predictable fashion. It can have a moderate impact on routine or require radical, new behavior...
Point/Counterpoint is a regular feature of the Journal of Social Work
Education. Its purpose is to provide a vehicle for the expression of
contrasting views on controversial topics in social work education. Our
goal is to illuminate important...
Factors associated with effective interorganizational relationships
between a school of social work and field agencies were explored in a
survey of 62 randomly selected field educators. The study examined the
relationships between three...
This article presents a developmental vulnerability/resilience and
risk/safety framework to educate social work students about intimate
partner violence. The framework adopts a multidimensional perspective to
To the Editor: In their article "Generalist Practice vs. Case Management: An Accreditation Contradiction" (JSWE, Winter 1999), James Wolk and Mindy Wertheimer assert that BSW programs face a contradiction in abiding by accreditation standards that...
This article reports a preliminary study examining the relationship
between pre-admission data and later problems in the practicum and
classroom for students in a two-year graduate social work program.
Pre-admission data for those students...
Recording is an integral component of social work practice. The focus of
recording has changed in recent years as social work records have become
increasingly important measures of accountability and of organizational and
This article, the penultimate report of the Doctoral Faculty Decade
Publication Project, focuses on journal articles published by 45 social
work faculties from 1994 through 1997, and then summarizes total
publications from 1990 through...
Nineteen leaders and potential employers in the health and human
services field participated in structured interviews in summer 1996 at a
large graduate school of social work regarding the knowledge, skills, and
attitudes they look for...
Cooperative learning strategies employ formally structured groups of
students working together to maximize their own and other students'
learning. This educational approach changes the classroom environment from
one in which students are...