This page lists the dissertations completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Social Work degree. The Department of Social Work is the first program to offer a degree at the doctoral level at Kutztown University. The first degrees were awarded in Spring 2018.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2019

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Intervention Research for the Education and Empowerment of Families Experiencing Homelessness: Exploring Knowledge of Tenant Rights and Perceptions of Personal Empowerment, Diane J. Irish DSW, LSW

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Exploring the relationships of Email Overload, Stress and Burnout in Social Workers, Lisa M. Lowrie

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Social Work’s Contribution to Research Regarding Suicide Among African Americans, Darius Reed

Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Exploring the Role of United States Legal Discourse in Creating, Sustaining, and Disrupting Vestiges of Slavery, Hanif M. Bey

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Intimate Partner Violence: A Narrative Analysis of the Jamaican Women Experience, Sonia M. Brown

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Understanding College Students with Physical Disabilities, Kimberly L. Hardner

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A Workable Balance: Maternity Leave and Female success in the Workplace in Finland and the United States, Karey J. Murphy

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Hispanic Parent/Caregiver Health Literacy: Examining Effect on Pediatric Emergency Department Utilization, Sandy Anhai Ramirez Sanchez

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Academic Preparedness of Social Workers for Interprofessional Education/Collaborative Practice (IPECP), Amy Corwin Sagen