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  • Walls & Wisneski (2011)

  • Walls, N.E., & Wisneski, H. (2011). Evaluation of smoking cessation classes for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. Journal of Social Service Research, 37, 99-111.

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    5. Corliss, H. L., Rosario, M., Birkett, M. A., Newcomb, M. E., Buchting, F. O., & Matthews, A. K. (2014). Sexual orientation disparities in adolescent cigarette smoking: Intersections with race/ethnicity, gender, and age. American Journal of Public Health. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301819
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  • Nicotera & Walls (2010)

  • Nicotera, N., & Walls, N. E. (2010). Challenging perceptions of academic research as bias free: Promoting a social justice framework in social work research methods courses. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 30, 334-350. (download pre-print, pdf, 151 kb)

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    2. Ginwright, S. A., & Cammarota, J. (2015). Teaching social justice research to undergraduate students in Puerto Rico: Using personal experiences to inform research. Equity & Excellence in Education, 48, 162-177. doi: 10.1080/10665684.2014.959331
    3. Einbinder, S. D. (2014). Reducing research anxiety among MSW students. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 34, 2-16. doi: 10.1080/08841233.2013.863263
    4. Vincent, N. J. (2012). Exploring the integration of social justice into social work research curricula. Journal of Social Work Education, 48, 205-222.
    5. Walls, N. E., Roll, S., Griffin, R. A., & Sprague, L. (2010). A model for teaching about privilege in graduate social work education. Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, 1(1). Retrieved from http://www.wpcjournal.com/article/viewFile/6262/pdf_30
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    7. Nicotera, N., & Kang, H. K. (2009). Beyond diversity courses: Strategies for integrating critical consciousness across the social work curriculum. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 29, 188-203.
    8. Walls, N. E., Griffin, R., Arnold-Renicker, H., Burson, M., Johnston, C., Moorman, N., Nelsen, J., & Schutte, E. C. (2009). Mapping graduate social work students' learning journeys about heterosexual privilege.  Journal of Social Work Education, 2, 289-307.
  • Nicotera, Walls, & Lucero (2010)

  • Nicotera, N., Walls, N. E., & Lucero, N. (2010). Understanding practice issues with American Indians: Listening to practitioner voices. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 19, 195-216.

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    1. Amberson, S. (2013). “The heartbeat of our people”: How blueblack sockeye salmon influences tribal well-being. Unpublished MA thesis. University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
    2. McGuinness, K., & Leckning, B. (2013). Bicultural practice in the Northern Territory children and families sector: Practitioners reflections of working two-ways. Menzies School of Health Research, Center for Child Development and Education, and Strong Aboriginal Families, Together (SAF,T), Darwin, Northern Territory, Canada.
    3. Weaver, H. N. (2013). Assisting Native American families: Striving for well-being in the Seventh Generation. In Congress, E. P., & Gonzalez, M. J. (Eds.), Multicultural perspectives in social work practice with families, 3rd edition, 171 – 184. New York: Springer Publishing.
    4. Rassi, S. X. (n.d.). Understanding transgender people: Listening to practitioner and client voices. Unpublished manuscript. Retrieved from http://www.umflint.edu/sites/default/files/groups/Research_and_Sponsored_Programs/UROP/rassi-uropsummaryofresearchproposal.pdf
  • Seelman & Walls (2010)

  • Seelman, K., & Walls, N. E. (2010). Person-organization incongruence among Incoming graduate social work students as a predictor of Right-wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation, and heterosexism. Journal of Social Work Education, 46, 103-121.

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    3. Dashjian, L. T. (2014). Transforming words into action: Factors predicting social justice engagement among psychology doctoral students. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Kansas City, MO: University of Missouri – Kansas City.
    4. Siebert, D. C., Chonody, J., Siebert, C. F., & Rutledge, S. E. (2014). The importance of confirmatory validation: Short version of the Attitudes toward Lesbians and Gay Men Scale. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 5, 189-210. doi: 10.1086/676519
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  • Walls (2010)

  • Walls, N. E. (2010). An introduction to the special issue: Issues of privilege in social work and other helping professions. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 16, 2-5. (pre-publication, 33 kb).
  • Walls (2010)

  • Walls, N. E. (2010). Religion and support for same-sex marriage: Implications from the literature. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 22, 112-131. (download pre-print, pdf, 189 kb)

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    4. Chonody, J., Woodford, M. R., Brennan, D. J., Newman, B., & Wang, D. (2014). Attitudes toward gay mean and lesbian women among heterosexual social work faculty. Journal of Social Work Education, 50, 136-152. doi: 10.1080/10437797.2014.856239
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    10. Walls, N. E., Woodford, M. R., & Levy, D. L. (2014). Religious tradition, religiosity, or everyday theologies? Unpacking religion’s relationship to support for legalizing same-sex marriage among a college student sample. Review of Religious Research, 56, 219-243.
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    20. Woodford, M. R., Silverschanz, P., Swank, E., Scherrer, K., & Raise, K. (2012). Predictors of heterosexual college students’ attitudes toward LGBT people. Journal of LGBT Youth, 9, 297-320. doi: 1080/19361653.2012.716697
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    23. Craig, D. A. (2011). American attitudes about gay marriage: The impact of attitudes toward familial gender roles and religiosity. (Master’s Thesis). Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.
  • Walls & Costello (2010)

  • Walls, N. E., & Costello, K. (2010). 'Head ladies center for teacup chain': Exploring cisgender privilege in a (predominately) gay male context. In S. Anderson & V. Middleton (Eds.) Explorations in Privilege, Oppression, and Power (2nd edition), pp. 81-94. Florence, KY: Brooks Cole.

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  • Walls, Kane, & Wisneski (2010)

  • Walls, N. E., Kane, S. B., & Wisnesk, H. (2010). Gay-straight alliances and the school experiences of sexual minority youth. Youth & Society, 41, 307-332 .

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  • Walls, Wisneski, & Purvis (2010)

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