K. Jay Poole
Dr. Poole's research interests are: identity,including gender and sexuality, clinical social work practice,
and gerontology in social work practice.
There are 6 included publications by K. Jay Poole :
| The impact of the faith-based and community initiative on rural mental health care.
||President George W. Bush established the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives in 2001 and
eventually, by executive order, set a precedent for federal agencies to revise their policies to allow faith-based
organizations to apply for feder...
|Perspectives on Supervision in Human Services: Gazing Through Critical and Feminist Lenses.
||Supervision is a cornerstone activity in the development of practice skills for human service professionals. Traditionally, supervision is conducted in ways that emphasize the expertise of the supervisor and the need to impart expert wisdom to the su...
|Psycho: Queering a classic. In Morris, G. (Ed.).
||As the first staccato chords ominously resound and the viewer sees through broken horizontal bars the word "Psycho," it is clear that what lies beyond these frames is no ordinary story, and a strange feeling of anxiety begins to rise in the throat al...
|Sexualities in rural spaces: Fundamentalism and conservatism as curriculum.
||Notions of sexual and gender identities seem to be troubled as people are more forth-coming with sexual and gender practices that stray beyond traditionally defined boundaries. Working within geographical locations; in particular, those that are rura...
|Shame on you; shame in me: the impact of degradation on males who identify as gay
||Literature in gender and identity studies does not reveal plentiful inquiry regarding the impact of shame, particularly with regard to males who identify as gay; however, the literature does reflect that people who identify as non-conformist with reg...
|Students' Perceptions of Social Work: Implications for Strengthening the Image of Social Work among College Students
||This study, inspired by the efforts of NASW to improve the public perception and understanding of social work, focused on the perceptions and attitudes of college students regarding the profession of social work. The sample included 678 undergraduate...