Explore the debate and science of Social Work/Counseling.

January 31, 2013

Social Justice and the Academy

William H. Young

William Young discusses the growth of "social justice" curricula in the American academy.

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January 22, 2013

Censorship and Other Troubles at Counselors for Social Justice

Robert C. Hunsaker

Robert Hunsaker finds that social justice counseling means that a certain political orientation is required.

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January 30, 2012

Peter Wood on Radio on Ward Case

Ashley Thorne

Peter Wood will discuss a counseling student who was expelled from Eastern Michigan University because the administration was intolerant of her Christian beliefs.

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January 18, 2012

The Right to Dissent: Reply to KC Johnson

Peter Wood

NAS president Peter Wood responds to KC Johnson's assertion that NAS's defense of counseling student Jennifer Keeton contradicted NAS's commitment to equal treatment.

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January 9, 2012

Keeton Defense Contradicts NAS Principles

KC Johnson

NAS member KC Johnson dissents from NAS's stance on the decision in Keeton v. Anderson-Wiley.

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July 23, 2010

The Scandal Goes On

Ashley Thorne

Students continue to be punished for their beliefs in schools of social work and counseling.

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June 25, 2010

Domestic Faction in a Republic, Part III

George Seaver

In the United States today - education, media, law, family policy, and national security - deconstruction clashes with classical liberalism.

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September 20, 2009

What's Cooking

Peter Wood

Yale, Virgina Tech, East Georgia, Eastern Michigan, Latin American Historians, 21st Century Cluelessness, and've got it all.

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February 13, 2009

Social Work Ed: Still Scandalous, But State Licensing Boards Not Scandalized

Glenn Ricketts

State licencing boards failed to respond to the imminent concerns NAS has raised about social work school accreditation.

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January 5, 2009

Social Work Education's Good Intentions

Michael Sherr

Remarks from a conservative professor of social work advance the debate: is social work education scandalously biased? We invite further comments.

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