Browsing Dr. Corey Shdaimah by Title
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|The Challenges and Rewards of Collaborative Community-Based Research for Social Change: Interview with Corey Shdaimah and Sanford Schram |
|Change Research |
|The Community Justice Task Force: Assessing Progress and Looking forward: A Report prepared for the University of Maryland School of Law Community Justice Initiative |
|Corey Shdaimah on Progressive Lawyering: : Interview by Sarah Lageson |
|Drawing on the Perspectives of Street-Based Sex Workers to Inform Prostitution Policy and Program Development |
|Elusive Public Support For US Child Care Policy |
|Embedding IPE: It's Easier Than You Think |
|Engaging Foster Parents in the Court Process, Lessons Learned from Maryland Foster Parents |
|Engaging Foster Parents in the Court Process: Lessons Learned from Maryland Foster Parents |
|Exploring Social Justice in Mixed/Divided Cities: From Local to Global Learning |
|Exploring the Use of an Emancipation Checklist for Older Youth (18-21) Exiting Foster Care |
|Foster Parent and Caregiver Engagement in the Court Process |
|Investiture Ceremony for the Daniel Thursz Professor of School Justice: Corey Shdaimah, LL.M, Ph.D. |
|Lawyers and the Power of Community: The Story of South Ardmore |
|Learning to Focus and Focusing to Learn: Assessing the Use of PhotoVoice in Global/Local InterProfessional Education |
|Moving Beyond Damage-Centered Research Studies with Women in Prostitution |
|People With Secrets: Contesting, Constructing, and Resisting Women’s Claims About Sexualized Victimization |
|The Perils of Low-Income Homeowning: Home Repair Problems and Policies in Philadelphia |
|The Practice of Public Interest Law: Power, Professionalism, and the pursuit of Social Justice |
|Professional Stakeholder Survey on the Involuntary Psychiatric Commitment Process in Maryland |
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