Browsing School of Social Work by Author "Makki Alamdari, Sara"

Browsing School of Social Work by Author "Makki Alamdari, Sara"

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  • Makki Alamdari, Sara; Sullivan, Patrick (Indiana University School of Social Work, 2016-04)
    The purpose of the study is to analyze high school dropout in New Mexico and provide some policy implications. Causes, consequences, gainers and losers related to this social problem are discussed. Existing policies, ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara (Indiana University School of Social Work, 2017-04)
    Overview: Aiming at economic empowering of the homeless through providing a tailored job, this conceptual paper examines existing work-related interventions for the homeless in terms of main concepts derived from five ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara (Cheshmandaz-e Iran, 2010)
    This work describes causes and consequences of a social problem of child labor in Iran. Poverty, discrimination, and inequality are the main causes of this social phenomenon in Iran, which leads to children’s abuse and ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara; Alhajeri, Wafa; Kim, Hea-Won (62nd Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, 2016. Atlanta, GA: Council on Social Work Education, 2016-11)
    This research explored the attitudes toward, frequency and predictors of civic engagement among the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) immigrants and refugees. Respondents (n=106) reported strongly positive attitudes and ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara (Indiana University School of Social Work, 2020-05-01)
    Given an increasing rate of self-employment in the U.S. and its benefits for individuals’ growth, freedom, and quality of life (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2018), it is crucial to study the effects of self-employment ...
  • Bishop, Christine; Makki Alamdari, Sara (University of Houston, 2019)
    Latino youth in the United States are more at-risk for depression than youth of other ethnic backgrounds. This manuscript assesses the impacts of sex, age, United States stay length, and whether or not Latino children of ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara (West Texas A&M University, 2017-03)
    Overview: Considering the benefits of civic engagement for integrating of refugees into new community, attitudes toward, frequency and predictors of civic engagement are examined among 14 Middle Eastern and North African ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara; Sullivan, Patrick (International Association for Truancy & Dropout Prevention, 2017-10)
    Overview of the presentation: To provide policy solutions by addressing school disengagement using model of Rapp and Poertner (1992)
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara; Kim, Hea-Won (Council on Social Work Education 2020 Annual Program Meeting, 2020-11)
    This research explores factors affecting integration among war-affected Arab refugees in the U.S. Two indicators of refugee integration including local language proficiency and social connections are examined as outcome ...
  • Luca Sugawara, Carmen; Carlson, Joan; Makki Alamdari, Sara; Vukoviæ-Èoviæ, Sanja (20th Biennale International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD) Symposium, Zagreb, Croatia, 2017-07)
    Building on a strong partnership with University of Zagreb, Department of Social Work, and a local community organization serving a post-war community in the Osijek and Vukovar region, in 2011, the Indiana University School ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara (IUPUI ScholarWorks, 2020-07)
    This essay discusses psychological influences and processes resulted from oppression that affect the personality, behaviors, and the mind of the oppressed individuals.
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara (Indiana University School of Social Work, 2020-05-01)
    Concerns regarding the environment is increasing globally. Environmental challenges such as climate change, air pollution, deforestation, and water pollution threaten human beings’ life and well-being. It is critical for ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara; Walton, Betty; Moynihan, Stephanie (Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), 2017-11)
    Overview: Training plays an important role in the profession of social services to improve the quality of services. Interviewing ten social service providers, data analysis demonstrated that the most important principles ...
  • Makki Alamdari, Sara (Council on Social Work Education 2020 Annual Program Meeting, 2020-11)
    This research is an exploratory study on the nature of stressors experienced by refugees before their resettlement in a third country such as the U.S. Eleven Syrian refugees living in Jordan were interviewed. The stressors ...

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