Volume 2, Issue 1 (1984)
The Clinical Sociology Association publishes Clinical Sociology Review annually. The journal brings to its readers the most recent contributions in the field as well as classical papers of historical significance. The Review is addressed to a wide audience of practitioners, policy makers, teachers, and students committed to the application of sociological insights to effect positive social change.
About the Authors
History of Clinical Sociology
Saul Alinsky: The Contributions of a Pioneer Clinical Sociologist
Janet Mancini Billson
The Clinical Sociologist as Family Therapist: Utilizing the Strategic Communication Approach
Gary M. Voelkl and Kenneth Colburn Jr.
Clinical Sociological Perspectives on Social Impacts: From Assessment to Management
Kevin Preister and James A. Kent
Stress Management: The Importance of Organizational Context
Kathryn L. Goldman
A Values Clarification Exercise as a Teaching Technique
Jean H. Thoresen