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Title Preserving and strengthening small towns and rural communities / Iris B. Carlton-LaNey, Richard L. Edwards, and P. Nelson Reid, editors.

Imprint Washington, D.C. : NASW Press, ©1999.

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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  361.973 P933P    Check Shelf
Description xi, 401 pages ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Form Also issued online.
Contents Sec. 1 Introduction and overview -- Chap. 1 Small tpwns and rural communities : from romantic notions to harsh realities / Iris B. Carlton-LaNey [and others] -- Sect. 2 Issues confronting small towns and rural communities -- Chap. 2 Strengthening services in rural communities through blended funding / Ellen Russell Dunbar -- Chap. 3 A strenths-based approach to rural sustainable development / Craig White and Kathleen Marks -- Chap. 4 Restructuring the delivery of rural human services : the Southern Illinois experience / Patsy Dills Tracy, [et al.] -- Chap 5 Squeals and deals : the impact of corporate hog farming on rural communities / Judith A. Davenport and Joseph Davenport, III -- Sect. 3 The importance of families -- Chap. 6 Family preservation in rural communities : is it working / Sharon B. Templeman -- Chap. 7 Assessing the training needs and interests of rural foster parents / Ellen L. Csikai and Kathleen Belanger -- Chap. 8 Family violence in rural areas : law enforcement and social workers working together for change / T. Laine Scales and H. Stephen Cooper.
Sect. 4 Exemplary services and programs -- Chap. 9 Managed behavioral health care in a rural environment : Carolina alternatives / Anna Sheyette and Thomas Fuhrman -- Chap. 10 A crisis intervention program for hurricane Fran survivors in rural North Carolina : Project Hope / Deborah Zuvor -- Chap. 11 Rural suicide survivors : an exploration of perceptions about professional support, social support, and stigma / Ameda A. Manetta -- Chap 12. Enhanced employee assistance program services for rural TANF recipients / Amelia C. Roberts [and others] -- Chap. 13 Welfare reform and demand for rural public transportaion / Kenneth R. Wedel and Fran C. Butler -- Chap. 14 Small town murals : remembering the rural roots / Judson H. Morris, Jr. and Lynne Clemmons Morris -- Chap. 15 Building support for rural elderly people with mental illness : the Carolina Companions Project / Anne-Linda Furstenberg and Denise Gammonley.
Sect. 5 Acknowledging and celebrating diversity -- Chap. 16 Change and survival in a small, rural, multiracial southern town / Robert Blundo [and others] -- Chap. 17 Listening for a change : strategies for community based health promotion research in rural communities / Eugenia Eng, [et al.] -- Chap. 18 Returning to rural roots : African American return migrants' use of senior centers / Cheryl Waites and Iris B. Carlton-LaNey -- Chap. 19 Antiracist social work curriculum development for preserving and strengthening indigenous communities in rural New Brunswick, Canada / Rosemary A. Clews -- Sect. 6 Enhancing service delivery through technology -- Chap. 20 Information needs of rural agencies : ethical and practice considerations / Lynne Clemmons Morris, [et al.] -- Chap. 21 Rural information and referral services : serving North Carolina's elderly population / Laura I. Zimmerman and Natasha K. Bowen -- Chap. 22 Using electronic social work to serve the rural elderly population / Paul K. Dezendorf and Ronald K. Green.
Sect. 7 Preparing social workers for rural practice : education and training -- Chap. 23 Nitpicking in Rural West Virginia : the small stuff does matter / Mary Ann Yevuta -- Chap. 24 Valuing rural community : Appalachian social work work students' perspectives on faculty attitudes toward their culture / Susan Mosteller Rolland -- Chap. 25 Attracting and retaining professionals for social work practice in rural areas : an example from East Texas / Michael Daley and Freddie Avant -- Chap. 26 Increasing the numbers of African American social workers in rural areas : an example from Maryland's eastern shore / Patricia P. Plaskon and Jay Bishop -- Chap. 27 Using narratives in educating social workers for rural practice / Lena Williams [and others] -- Sect. 8 Organizing for social change -- Chap. 28 Habists of resistance / Si Kahn.
Subject Social service, Rural -- United States -- Congresses.
Human services -- United States -- Congresses.
Service social rural -- États-Unis -- Congrès.
Services sociaux -- États-Unis -- Congrès.
Human services. (OCoLC)fst00963360
Social service, Rural. (OCoLC)fst01123314
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Genre/Form Congresses.
Conference papers and proceedings. (OCoLC)fst01423772
Conference papers and proceedings.
Added Author Carlton-LaNey, Iris.
Edwards, Richard L. (Vice President for Academic Affairs)
Reid, P. Nelson.
National Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas (23rd : 1998 : University of North Carolina)
Other Form: Online version: Preserving and strengthening small towns and rural communities. Washington, D.C. : NASW Press, ©1999 (OCoLC)606358573
ISBN 087101310X (alk. paper)
9780871013101 (alk. paper)
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