Forensic social work : psychosocial and legal issues in diverse practice settings / editors, Tina Maschi, Carolyn Bradley, Kelly Ward.
New York : Springer Pub. Co., c2009.|
xvii, 398 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.|
Social workers -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.|
Forensic sociology -- United States.
Evidence, Expert -- United States.
Social workers -- Legal status, laws, etc.
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Table of Contents:
- Part 1. Overview of Collaborative Forensic Practice
- Chapter 1. Defining Collaborative Forensic Social Work with Diverse Populations
- Chapter 2. A History of Forensic Social Work in the United States
- Chapter 3. Visualizing Forensic Social Work and Collaborative Practice: A Social Justice Systems Approach
- Chapter 4. Part 1 Civil and Criminal Law
- Chapter 5. From Intervention Roles to Multidisciplinary Practice
- Part 2. Fields of Practice
- Section A. Family and Social Services
- Chapter 6. Family: Youth & Adults
- Chapter 7. Social Services: Meeting Basic Human Needs of Income, Food and Shelter