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Rehabilitation Education

2009 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Coping Strategies Used by Distance Rehabilitation Counseling Interns

    Charlene M. Kampfe, Mae S. Smith, Edward O. Manyibe, Amos P. Sales & Susan F. Moore

    This study investigated coping strategies used by distance master's level student interns from one rehabilitation counseling program. Analysis of variance revealed a significant difference among... More

    pp. 77-86

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  2. Six Degrees of Separation and Employment: Disability Services Reconsidered

    Robert Stensrud, Ehren Sover-Wright & Dennis Gilbride

    If six degrees of separation is all that is needed for anyone to find anyone else, and if three clicks can find almost anything on the World Wide Web, perhaps analyzing how social networks form and... More

    pp. 97-106

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  3. Comparing Two Training Strategies to Increase Competence in Solving Ethical Dilemmas

    Jorge Garcia, Robert Froehlic, Maureen McGuire-Kuletz & Nicole Rejiester

    This study examined which of two training models delivered through the internet led to better cultural competence in resolving ethical dilemmas with a sample of rehabilitation professionals. One... More

    pp. 223-232

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