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Social workers help people solve and cope with problems in their everyday lives. Clinical social workers also diagnose and treat mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.  -the U.S. Department of Labor has a ton of great info about SW -take a look!

The following tabs in this guide are meant to give you some resources to work with as you study in the social sciences, but I'd love to meet with you for a tour of the library, help with your classes in research, help with your own research agendas, validating what you already know, preparing for future courses, and so on!  

Dale Larsen (Library Liaison to the College of Social Work)

Validation of Your Ideas

VALIDATION OF YOUR IDEAS
When you do the research that you do -imposter syndrome can creep up on you saying that you haven't covered everything, or worse, that you've omitted some major concept that surely everyone else knows about.  In the video (below) I highlight one technique for seeing what has been written on a topic, allowing you to gauge where you're at (whew!).

Image from: ​Reynolds, G. (2016, February 18). How meditation changes the brain and body [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/


 

Database Highlighted: 
www.lib.utah.edu > Research Databases (tab) > S > Sociological Abstracts  (good place to start!)

Subject Guide

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Dale Larsen
Contact:
801-581-8323

dale.larsen@utah.edu

I love to help with your research: from just seeing the assignment, to wrapping up with citation management -drop me a line or come by 1726C on the first floor of the Marriott Library

FALL SEMESTER OFFICE HOURS –come by and say hi!
Marriott Library Room 1726 (near cafe)
Fridays 1:30-3:30pm
except: Sept 14, Oct 12, Nov 23

Social Work Building -Lounge Area
Tuesdays from 2-4pm
except: Sept 4, Oct 2, Oct 23, Nov 6, Nov 20, & Nov 27
801-581-8323
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