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Special Issue on The Contributions
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of Qualitative Methods
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to Social Work Intervention Research

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Deadline: May 1, 2011
 
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The Journal: Qualitative Social Work: Research & Practice
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Publication Date: March 2012
Submit manuscripts through manuscript central at
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http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/qsw.
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Submission guidelines at http://qsw.sagepub.com. The usual peer, blind
reviewed process for submitted articles apply.
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For further information, contact co-editors Jane F. Gilgun, Ph.D.,
LICSW, professor, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota,
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Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, jgilgun@umn.edu; and Roberta G. Sands,
Ph.D., professor, School of Social Policy & Practice, University of
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Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, rgsands@sp2.upenn.edu

Definition of Intervention Research


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Research that involves the development and testing of practice models,
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descriptions of change processes, and the application of models of practice to new
populations and contexts. We are looking for papers that demonstrate how
qualitative approaches contribute to these efforts.
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Examples of possible topics are how researchers
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• use qualitative methods to understand the experiences of service users and
service providers who participate in the interventions,
• use these experiences as a basis for developing, adapting, or modifying
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interventions and any tools that measure processes and outcomes, and
use social work perspectives such as starting where clients are, person-

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environment interactions, and social work values such as autonomy, dignity
and respect, and social and economic justice in their conceptualizations of
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intervention development, adaptations, and modifications.

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