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Volume 12, Issue 1 (1994)

This issue of the Clinical Sociology Review includes articles on a range of topics of interest to clinical sociologists and sociological practitioners. These topics include concerns for the discipline itself and its place in the broader field of sociology; the development of a unique body of sociological practice theory; the application of research methods to practice; and the application of sociological practice and clinical sociology at the individual, organizational, and community levels. The book reviews also cover a wide range of applications of sociological concepts at the micro-, meso-, and macro-levels of society, from individual to organization to societies.

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Front Matter

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Front Matter
CSR Editors

Editor's Preface

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Editor's Preface
Susan Brown Eve

About the Authors

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About the Authors
CSR Editors

History of Clinical Sociology

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Some Remarks about the Dyad Observer-Observed and the Relationship of the Observer to Power
Jacques Van Bockstaele, Maria Van Bockstaele, and Martine Godard-Plasman

Articles

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Interviewer Attitudes about the Mentally Ill
Rosalind J. Dworkin and Anthony Gary Dworkin

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Toward a Three-Dimensional Model of Suicide
Kimberly A. Folse and Dennis L. Peck

Teaching Notes

Practice Notes

Book Reviews

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What's a Mother to Do?
Ruth Harriet Jacobs

Résumés en Français

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Editor

Susan Brown Eve, University of North Texas

Vice President for Publications and Consulting Editor

John G. Bruhn, University of Texas at El Paso

Associate Editors

John Glass

David W. Watts, Southeastern Louisiana University

Assistant Editor

Louisa Howe, Psychomotor Institute

Historical Section Editor

Jan M. Fritz

Teaching Notes Editor

Sarah C. Brabrant, University of Southwest Louisiana

Practice Notes Editor

Ann Marie Ellis, Southwest Texas State University

Book Review Editor

Harry Cohen, Iowa State University