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Volume 16, Issue 1 (1998)

This is the final issue of the Clinical Sociology Review. But this is good news as Plenum Publishing Corporation has agreed to publish a new quarterly journal, beginning in March, 1999, called Sociological Practice: A Journal of Clinical and Applied Sociology. The field of clinical sociology or sociological practice is gaining a greater audience and more advocates as sociologists intervene to prevent, solve, or ameliorate social problems at many levels in our society. In addition, the links between practicing sociology and applying sociological theory and methods to study how to create and direct change, and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions, seem not only reasonable, but useful to practicing and applied sociologists, hence the name of the new journal.

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Front Matter

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CSR Editors

Editor's Preface

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Editor's Preface
John G. Bruhn

About the Authors

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Articles

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The Unintended Consequences of the Restructuring of the Division of AIDS Services in New York City
Mitchell A. Kaplan, Arthur J. Sturm, Alexandra J. Vela, Ana Cruz, Barbara Wilson, Marian Inguanzo, and Jerry Jaboin

Practice Notes

Book Reviews

Back Matter

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Editor

John G. Bruhn, Penn State Harrisburg

Practice Notes Editor

Ann Marie Ellis, Southwest Texas State University

John Glass

Historical Section Editor

Jan M. Fritz

Teaching Notes Editor

Sarah C. Brabrant, University of Southwestern Louisiana

Book Review Editor

Steven R. Couch, Penn State Schuylkill