Scholarly productivity of social work graduate programs: Implications for social work practice and education
This research compares the scholarly productivity of ten leading social work graduate programs with 35 randomly selected Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited graduate programs. The data reports that, when comparing group averages, the ten leading social work programs had greater scholarly productivity than the 35 randomly selected programs. These findings were statistically significant. However, when comparing individual programs, a notable number of the randomly selected graduate programs had much higher rates of scholarly productivity than some of the ten leading social work graduate programs. The implications of these findings for social work practice and education are discussed.
School of Social Work
Average number of articles published, Publication counts, Social work education, Social work graduate programs, Social work practice
Pardeck, John T. "Scholarly Productivity of Social Work Graduate Programs: Implications for Social Work Practice and Education." Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation 4, no. 3 (2005): 87-98.
Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation