Salient characteristics of child welfare articles in selected social work journals
The articles in refereed journals comprise a major resource for social workers for improving their practice with children. This study examines the characteristics of four selected social work journals in terms of their child welfare content. The author analyzed journals representing social work education, scholarship, research, and general practice.1 The article identifies and discusses insights about the journals, authors, and content.
School of Social Work
article content, Child welfare articles, social work journals, social work programs
Meinert, Roland. "Salient characteristics of child welfare articles in selected social work journals." Early Child Development and Care 106, no. 1 (1995): 35-42.
Early Child Development and Care