Contemporary Rural Social Work

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Announcements

 

Volume 7 #2 (2015) Now Available

 
The latest issue of CRSW, Volume 7 #2 (2015) is now available.  Scroll to the issue below or click on "Current" in the banner above.  
Posted: 2015-10-01
 

CRSW is Reaching More Readers!

 

CRSW is growing in terms of its ability to reach interested readers.

In addition to its presence in Social Work Abstracts, CRSW is now accessible internationally through CAB abstracts/Global Health data bases.  We will also be a part of their full text repository.  This means that CRSW can be accessed internationally by scholars who would otherwise not have access.  This is a major step because CABI (http://www.cabi.org) is an intergovernmental, not-for-profit organization providing information and scientific services around the world. The CAB Abstracts database aims to document the world's published literature in plant and animal science, agriculture, food, rural sociology, and related subjects. The Global Health database is dedicated to public health research and practice.

EBSCO plans to include CRSW in a new a new sociological index scheduled to be activated in winter 2016. Inclusion by EBSCO will expand our reach from the CRSW web site to all interested readers who have access to this heavily subscribed library data base and will increase our readership and the use of research and theoretical articles featured in our journal by practitioners, faculty and scholars.

CRSW editorial staff is delighted by the recognition of our journal by these important resources.

 
Posted: 2013-07-01
 
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Vol 7, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editor-in-Chief's Introduction

Editor-in-Chief's Introduction
Peggy Pittman-Munke
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Feature Articles

Alex Don Colvin, Angela N. Bullock
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1-17
Michael P Vimont
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18-39
Michael John Lyman, Jeongah Seo
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40-56
Tammy Piché, Keith Brownlee, Glenn Halverson
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57-70
Lindsey R Overstreet, Diane Kempson, Carol Hermansen-Kobulnicky
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71-84
Natalie Pope, Jacquelyn Lee, Diane N. Loeffler
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85-99
Michele Day, Susan Dollar, Wafaa Kaf
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100-114
Christopher Gjesfjeld, Addie Weaver, Kathy Schommer
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115-126

Practice Notes

Margaret F Sloan, Karen A Ford, Daisha M Merritt
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127-134

Teaching Notes

Peter A Kindle
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135-141
John Walter Miller Jr.
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142-152

Book Reviews

Peter A. Kindle
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153-155
Karen Harper-Dorton
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156-158
Claudette Lynn Grinnell-Davis
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159-161

Poetry

Danielle Dubrasky
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162-164
Jennifer Lynn Soule
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165
Tony Reevy
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166
Christopher Schmersahl
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167
Lucien Darjeun Meadows
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168
Barbara Cecelia Harroun
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169-171
Raymund P. Reyes
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172
Day Libby Merrill
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173
Gail Folkins
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174
Zara Raab
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175

Complete Regular Issue: 2015

Complete Issue
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