Volume 13 (2016), Issue 2

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DOI: 10.55521/10-013-200


Thank you
Stephen M. Marson, Ph.D., Editor

Editorial: Social Workers Must Carry a Gun
Stephen M. Marson, Ph.D., Editor


Investigating Membership on University Institutional Review Boards: The Case for Social Work
Clare Cannon, Ph.D. Candidate, and Fred. Buttell, Ph.D.

The Value Contradictions in Social Work
Dinata Čepulionytė, BSW, and Eugenijus Dunajevas, Ph.D.

Moral Dilemmas in Care for the Homeless: What Issues Do Professionals Face, How Do They Deal With Them, and Do They Need Ethics Support?
Ruth P. Spijkerboer, Ph.D. Candidate; Guy A. M. Widdershoven, Ph.D.; Jaap van der Stel, Ph.D.; and Bert Molewijk, Ph.D.

Personal and Professional Values: Relationships Between Social Workers’ Reproductive Health Knowledge, Attitudes, and Ethical Decision-Making
Virginia Ramseyer Winter, MSW, Ph.D.; Shanna K. Kattari, M.Ed., ACS; Stephanie Begun, MSW, Ph.D. Candidate; and Kimberly McKay, Ph.D., LSW, M.Ed.

Brown Lettuce and Rodent Traps, Granola and Trees: A Qualitative Study of an Experiential Teaching Tool to Promote Socially Just Practice
Alicia L. Dailey, Ph.D., MSW; Karla T. Washington, Ph.D., MSW; and Kirsten Havig, Ph.D., MSW

Using the Critical Incident Technique (CIT) to Explore How Students Develop Their Understanding of Social Work Values and Ethics in the Workplace During Their Final Placement
Eleni Papouli, Ph.D.

Book Reviews

van den Hoonaard, W.C., & Hamilton, A. (Eds.). The ethics rupture: Exploring alternatives to formal research ethics review. Toronto, ON, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Reviewed by Graham Cohen & Elena Delavega

Bryan, V., Sanders, S., & Kaplan, L. (2016). The helping professional’s guide to ethics: A new perspective. Lyceum Books. Chicago, IL
Reviewed by Wayne C. Evens, Ph.D.

Bodenheimer, D. R. (2016). Real world clinical social work: Find your voice and find your way. Harrisburg, PA: The New Social Worker Press.
Reviewed by Peggy Proudfoot Harman, MSW, Ph.D.

Davis, Larry E. (2016). Why are they angry with us? Essays on race. Oxford University Press (formerly Lyceum Books, Inc.)
Reviewed by J. Porter Lillis, Ph.D.