Dr. Rich Vodde, Professor
Recent publications in Refereed journals (2001-present)
Dixon, D., Vodde, R., Freeman, M., & Mathiesen, S.G. (accepted for publication) Mechanisms of Support: Coping with loss in a children’s hospital. Health and Social Work
Meacham, M.G., Tandy, C., Giddings, M., Vodde, R.., Curington, A.., Morris, B.& Holliman, D. (accepted for publication) The thorny dilemma of gate keeping versus inclusion for students with disabilities: The response of one program. Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation in Social Work.
Giddings, M. M., Vodde, R. & Cleveland, P.H. (accepted for publication). Problems in the field practicum: Beyond student satisfaction measures. The Clinical Supervisor
Vodde, R. (in press) Truth and consequences: A pragmatic alternative in determining truth and falsehood with clients. Journal of Brief Therapy.
Vodde, R., Dixon, D.R. & Giddings, M.M. (in press). Booked for the week: The use of bibliotherapy in social work: A survey of Licensed Clinical Social Workers Advances in Social Work
Vodde, R. & Gallant, J.P. (2003). Bridging the gap between micro and macro practice: Large scale change and a unified model of narrative-deconstructive practice. Social Work Review, 15(4), 4-13. (Reprinted from Journal of Social Work Education, 1(2)).
Keleher,C.A., Dixon, D.R., Holliman, D. & Vodde, R. (2003) Spinal cord injury: A psychosocial perspective and primer for social workers. Journal of Spinal Cord Injury, 2(1), 57-77
Giddings, M.M. & Vodde, R. (2003). A conceptual framework for foundation practicum seminar: The progressive adaptation and integration model. The Journal of Teaching in Social Work. 23(2), 123-145.
Vodde, R., Randall, E.J. & Gallant, J.P. (2002). Pragmatic postmodern treatment and short term hospitalization: A brief therapy of hope and dignity. Journal of Brief Therapy. 1(2). 101-112.
Vodde, R. & Gallant, J.P. (2002). Bridging the gap between micro and macro practice: Large scale change and a unified model of narrative-deconstructive practice. Journal of Social Work Education., 38(3), 439-458.
Vodde, R. (2001). Fighting words and challenging stories in couples work: Using constructionist conflict theory to understand marital conflict. Journal of Family Social Work. 6(2), 69-86.
Vodde, R. (2001). De-centering privilege in Social Work Education: Whose job is it anyway? Journal of Race, Gender and Class. 7(4), 139-160
Updated: November 13, 2006