Browsing Dr. Corey Shdaimah by Title
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|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 |
|Prostitution/Human Trafficking Courts: Policy Frontline as Fault Line |
|A Rich and Complicated Web: Prostitution Diversion Participants' Relationships With Family, Friends, and Providers |
|Social justice on the front lines: Interview with Corey Shdaimah on CityViews, Utah Public Radio KCPW. |
|Social workers’ use of moral entrepreneurship to enact professional ethics in the field: Case studies from the social justice profession |
|Struggle for Affordable Child Care |
|Tackling the High Cost of Child Care |
|Tackling the high cost of child care and the presidential candidates’ plans |
|Taking a Stand in a Not-So-Perfect World: What's a Critical Supporter of Problem-Solving Courts to Do? |
|Targeted Sympathy in “Whore Court”: Criminal Justice Actors' Perceptions of Prostitution Diversion Programs |
|To fix America’s child care, let’s look at the past |
|Using Data to Tell A Story: Evaluating PG County’s Emancipation Checklist |
|Voices of child care providers: an exploratory study on the impact of policy changes |
|Whose Knowledges? Moving Beyond Damage-Centred Research in Studies of Women in Street-Based Sex Work |
|Why childcare policy matters and what we can do to change it: A social work perspective |
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