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Links to the required reading for this course.
Search for Articles
Search for articles in individual databases or through the library's social work Fox Hunt Search.
Find sources on groups and their important function in society. Links to work with specific groups can be found on this page as well.
Resources on social work with family and support systems and services for families.
Resources on therapeutic group work.
Community Groups and Organizing
Resources covering work with community groups and community organization.
Resources covering work with organizations, organizational theories in nonprofit organizations and improving service by organizations.
Covers social work practice with communities, not just geographic communities, but also communities of culture, choice and identity.
Sources on the right to vote and how to expand and defend that right.
Selected books and eBooks on social movements in the United States.
Local and national statistics and important government websites
Tutorials on the importance of scholarly journals, how to locate scholarly journals and how to determine if an article is scholarly.
Online and hardcopy APA citation sources. You can also ask for help at the Reference Desk with these.
Have a research question? Need citation help? Contact a librarian through the form provided on this page.
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
Works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.
NASW Resources for Students
Brings the student social work population together and guides them to be active and informed about what is happening in the profession.