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Social work and divinity / Daniel Lee, Robert O'Gorman, guest editors.

Contributor(s): Lee, Daniel B, 1939- | O'Gorman, Robert T. (Robert Thomas), 1941-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Haworth Social Work Practice Press : Haworth Pastoral Press, c2005Description: 164 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0789027569 (hard cover : alk. paper); 9780789027566 (hard cover : alk. paper); 0789027577 (soft cover : alk. paper); 9780789027573 (soft cover : alk. paper).Subject(s): Pastoral theology -- Study and teaching -- Congresses | Social work education -- Congresses | Joint academic degree programs -- CongressesLOC classification: BV4020 | .S63 2004
Contents:
Social Work and Divinity : directions for joining these disciplines in dual degree programs / Daniel Lee, Robert O'Gorman -- The Regeneration of Ecological, Societal, and Spiritual Life : the holistic postmodern mission of humanity in the newly emerging planetary civilization / Joe Holland -- Developing Compassionate Communities through the Power of Caregiving Relationships / Katherine Tyson -- Issues, Components and Theoretical Considerations in the Integration of Divinity and Social Work Curricula / Homer U. Ashby, Jr. -- The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Clinical Social Work : creating a space for integration in MSW/MDiv joint programs / Terry B. Northcut -- The Diaconate as Dual-skilled Ministry : a proposal in support of dual degree programs for formation / Margaret Ann Crain -- Collaborative Responses to the Demands of Emerging Human Needs : the role of faith and spirituality in education for social work / Edwin M. Conway -- Integrating Religion and Social Work : lessons and challenges / Ram A. Cnaan, Stephaine C. Boddie, Rivka A. Danzig -- Does a Dual Degree Make a Difference in Social Work : an empirical study / Holly B. Nelson-Becker -- Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) and the Professional Identity of the Dual Degrees Student / Robert T. O'Gorman -- Conclusion : current state of social work and divinity dual degree programs / Daniel B. Lee.
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"Co-published simultaneously as Journal of religion & spirituality in social services, volume 24, numbers 1/2 2004"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Social Work and Divinity : directions for joining these disciplines in dual degree programs / Daniel Lee, Robert O'Gorman -- The Regeneration of Ecological, Societal, and Spiritual Life : the holistic postmodern mission of humanity in the newly emerging planetary civilization / Joe Holland -- Developing Compassionate Communities through the Power of Caregiving Relationships / Katherine Tyson -- Issues, Components and Theoretical Considerations in the Integration of Divinity and Social Work Curricula / Homer U. Ashby, Jr. -- The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Clinical Social Work : creating a space for integration in MSW/MDiv joint programs / Terry B. Northcut -- The Diaconate as Dual-skilled Ministry : a proposal in support of dual degree programs for formation / Margaret Ann Crain -- Collaborative Responses to the Demands of Emerging Human Needs : the role of faith and spirituality in education for social work / Edwin M. Conway -- Integrating Religion and Social Work : lessons and challenges / Ram A. Cnaan, Stephaine C. Boddie, Rivka A. Danzig -- Does a Dual Degree Make a Difference in Social Work : an empirical study / Holly B. Nelson-Becker -- Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) and the Professional Identity of the Dual Degrees Student / Robert T. O'Gorman -- Conclusion : current state of social work and divinity dual degree programs / Daniel B. Lee.

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