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Child Welfare Journal Vol. 94, No. 3 Special Issue: Research (2 of 2) (Digital PDF)
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About this Special Issue

 

From the Editor: Improving the Use and Usefulness of Research in Child Welfare

 

Introduction

Joe Bock

 

Special Foreword: Making Research Work in Child Welfare: Overcoming Challenges

Kimberly DuMont and Christine James-Brown

 

Exploring the Integration of Systems and Social Sciences to Study Evidence Use among Child Welfare Policy-makers

Thomas I. Mackie, R. Christopher Sheldrick, Justeen Hyde and Laurel K. Leslie

 

Learning to Listen and Listening to Learn: Recursive Information Flow to Build Relationships and Improve Practice

Anita M. Larson and Sara E. Langworthy

 

Tensions and Opportunities: Building Meaningful Partnerships Between Child Welfare Decision-makers and Evaluators

Emily Fisher, Jacquelyn Spangler and Ruth Huebner

 

Benefits of Embedding Research into Practice: An Agency-University Collaboration

Michael A. Nunno, Elliott G. Smith, William R. Martin and Sharon Butcher

 

Strategies for Strengthening the Utility of Research in Supportive Housing-Child Welfare Partnerships

Miriam J. Landsman and Mitchell Rosenwald

 

From Novel to Empirical: Developing Community- Based Programs into Research-Ready Programs

Rebecca J. Macy, Dania M. Ermentrout, Phillip H. Redmond, Jr., Cindy Fraga Rizo and McLean D. Pollock

 

Engaging the Child Welfare Community in Examining the Use of Research Evidence

Susan Maciolek