Mental and Physical Health in Service Member and Veteran Students Who Identify as American Indians and Alaskan Natives

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Cancer Risk From Air Toxics in Relation to Neighborhood Isolation and Sociodemographic Characteristics: A Spatial Analysis of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, USA

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Will I Be Able to Cast My Ballot? Race, Income, and Voting Access on Election Day

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You Are College Material—You Belong: An Underrepresented Minority Student Retention Intervention Without Deception

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Reverse Social Work’s Neglect of Adults Involved in the Criminal Justice System: The Intersection and Agenda

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Enrollment and Participation in a Universal Child Savings Program: Evidence from the Rollout of Israel’s National Program

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Assessing the Impact of an Asset-Based Intervention on Educational Outcomes of Orphaned Children and Adolescents: Findings from a Randomised Experiment in Uganda

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【视野】普惠金融与金融能力:美国社会工作的大挑战 [From financial inclusion to financial capability: A grand challenge of social work in the United States]

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Smart Decarceration Practice Behaviors for Social Work Competencies: A Guide for Educators and Learners

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Deferred Prosecution Programs: An Implementation Guide

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Conclusion: A Theoretical and Methodological Commitment to Transnational Research Collaborations: Lessons Learned in International Volunteerism

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Introduction: A Theoretical and Methodological Case for Examining Agency and Power Relations in North–South Volunteering Research Collaborations

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