Associate Professor, School of Social Work, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA. Interests include human development and aging, ethics and social justice, and implications of religion and spirituality.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Learning from the Other Abrahamic Faith: American and Islamic Understanding of Individualism and Community

Social workers and social scientists need understand the pluralistic implications of both American civil religion and the Abrahamic religions, especially Islam, in order to have a positive impact on society.

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Attitudes towards Working with Older Adults: Differences between African American and White Social Work Students

The global population is rapidly aging. This study examines differences between African American and white BSW students in attitudes towards working with older adults in the United States.

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Critical Thinking: Building on Student Strengths in Social Work Pedagogy

International social work encourages global interdependence and justice. Both social work educators and students must develop critical thinking skills, building on inherent strengths in others and in the environment.

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