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Sunny Sinha
Social Work
University of South Carolina - Columbia
“Women in Non brothel-based sex work in India: Using ‘cultural biography’
 to understand risk perceptions”

Christina M. Andrews
Social Service
University of Chicago
“Gender Differences in Access to Substance Abuse Treatment Services”

Emily Putnam-Hornstein
Social Welfare
University of California at Berkeley
“Do ‘accidents’ happen?  An examination of injury morbidity and mortality
 among maltreated children”

Carrie Pettus-Davis
Social Work
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Support Matters: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial of a Social Support
 Intervention for Recently Released Prisoners with Substance Abuse Disorders”

Ziblim Abukari
Social Work
University of Denver
“Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Academic Achievement
 among Ghanian Youth”

Adam Avrushin
Social Service Administration
University of Chicago
“Placement Decision-Making in Post ASFA Illinois”

Youngjo Im Cho
Social Service Administration
University of Chicago
“Changing Family Circumstances and Problem Behavior during
 Childhood and Adolescence: Understanding the Impact of
 Maternal Employment”

Susan Ghanbarpour
Public Health
Johns Hopkins University
“Understanding Factors that Influence the Practice of Safety Behaviors
 By Women in Abusive Relationships”

Shannon Hughes
Social Work
Florida International University
“The construction of expertise in the age of the Internet: A grounded
 theory approach to examine consumer- and expert-constructed
 websites about psychotropic drugs”

Magnus Mfoafo-M’Carthy
Social Work
University of Toronto
“ ‘Experience is the best teacher’: The use of Community Treatment
 Orders (CTOs) among ethno-racial communities in Toronto:
 A Phenomenological Study”

Lance Peterson
Applied Social Science
Case Western Reserve University
“Perceived Partner Generosity as a Predictor of Marital Quality
 during the Transition to Parenthood”

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