Dr.Elvia R. Krajewski is Professor Emerita of the School of Social Work at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan, U.S.A.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Needs of the Low-Income Aging Population in the Mexican Caribbean: A Qualitative Study

This study was conducted to assess the needs of the aging population who live in the municipality of Benito Juarez, home to Cancun, the Mexican resort area.

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$US10.00

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Teaching Employable Skills to Special Education Youth: An Empowerment Approach

Researchers will present results of an evaluation of a pilot training program designed to develop employable skills to adolescents with special needs.

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Prisoner Re-entry: An Assets-based, Capacity Building Community Practice Pilot Program

This paper describes a program that utilized an empowerment-based model of practice to build capacity in the community for recently paroled citizens.

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The Community Engaged Faculty: An Education Process

This paper describes the struggle faced by university faculty in reconciling the tension between the cognitive and affective dimensions of scholarship and community engagement efforts.

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Bipolar Disorder: Aging into a New Position

This presentation will examine the social and psychological impact of bipolar disorder on individuals suffering from this illness.

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Exploration of the American Foster Care System: An Experiential Account

The American Foster Care System will be explored utilizing Maslow's Theory of Needs, through the lens of a person who lived and survived the system.

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University and Community Partnerships: A Model of Social Work Practice

This article describes a university faculty-community outreach program that incorporates Paulo Freire's Theory of Pedagogy, where indigenous knowledge is recognized and respected.

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Are We Preparing Our Social Work Students for Culturally Competent Practice

Presentation will describe results of a study designed to assess the effectiveness of instructional curricula and techniques when imparting cultural diversity content in social work courses.

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$US10.00

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Challenges and Needs Faced by Female Combat Veterans

This qualitative research study explored the mental health challenges and needs faced by female veterans returning from combat and other mission-related deployments.

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$US10.00

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Aging: Ethnicity and Gender Issues

This book focuses on aging and ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation, areas recognized by gerontologists as critical to understanding the social and behavioral factors that influence lives of aging individuals.

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$US15.00

Book: Print

$US40.00