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Steve Drewry is an associate professor in the Social Work program at Capital University. His research interests include multiculturalism, diversity studies, international social work, and human subjects protection in research. Prior to coming to university life, Dr. Drewry was a clinical social worker and marital/family therapist.
SWK 227: Diversity in the Modern World
SWK 345: Psychosocial Aspects of Aging
SWK 353: Social Welfare Policy and Programs
SWK 460: Social Work Practice (II) with Families and Small Systems
SWK 461: Social Work Practice (III) with Organizations and Communities
Ph.D., Kent School of Social Work, University of Louisville
Master in Social Work, Ohio State University
Bachelor of Arts, Indiana University
Lawson, T., Toldi, A., & Fabian, G. (2014) English-Hungarian social work dictionary (English Ed., S. Drewry). Debrecen, Hungary: University of Debrecen Press.
Drewry, S. (2014). The Kodiak study: Narratives of diversity and acceptance on the American frontier. The Qualitative Report, 19, Article 28, 1-23.
Drewry, S., & Lawson, T. (2010). Operationalizing codes of international research ethics: The role of social work. Acta Medicinae et Sociologica,1(1), 9-22.
Drewry, S. (2009). A process model for evidence-based social work practice. In T. Lawson and G. Fabian (Eds.), Social work in health care (pp. 130-143). Nyiregyhaza, Hungary: University of Debrecen Press.