Faculty members of the Department of Social Work participated in the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) conference in Washington, D.C., January 10-14, 2018. This year’s theme was “Achieving Equal Opportunity, Equity, and Justice.”
The SSWR was founded in 1994 to dedicate to the advancement of social work research, with more than 1,300 members from the United States as well as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad, and the United Kingdom.
Learn more about what faculty members presented at SSWR below.
Dr. Laurel Hitchcock
- Risk factors of recidivism for adult offenders with serious mental illness in an alternative program setting (with Dr. M. Sage, Dr. J. Singer, and Dr. T. Sage)
Dr. Yookyong Lee
- Childhood abuse experience and its association with domestic violence among Asian-American parents (with Dr. F. Zhai and Dr. Q. Gao)
- Effects of Maternal victimization in community and family context on behavior problems of young children: The mediational role of harsh parenting (with Dr. W. Chen)
- Health and mental health predictors of social isolation among older adults living in Mexico (with Mr. D. Camacho, Dr. Lukens, Ms. A. Bhattacharya, and Ms. L. Kimberly)
Dr. Stacy Moak
- Risk factors of recidivism for adult offenders with serious mental illness in an alternative program setting (with Dr. A. Liles and Dr. J. Thomas)