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Nicole Nicotera, MSW, LICSW, PhD

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Contact Information

Title:

Assistant Professor

Office
Hours:

Fall 2003 Tues. 10:30-12:30
Thurs. 5:15-6:15 and by appointment

E-mail:

nicotera@csus.edu

Office
Phone:

(916) 278-7173

Office
Location:

Mariposa 5035

Mailing
Address:

CSU, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6090

Courses ::



Papers, Publications, and Presentations::

PUBLICATIONS
Nicotera, N. (forth coming). The neighborhood as resource for family health social work practice. In F. K. Yuen (Ed.). Family health social work practice with children and families (submitted for publication). The Haworth Press.

Nicotera, N. (2003). The child’s view of neighborhood: Assessing a neglected element in direct social work practice. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Nicotera, N. (2003). Children and their neighborhoods: A mixed methods approach to understanding the construct neighborhood. [abstract]. Proceedings of the 15th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work, Columbus, Ohio, Ohio State University. April 26, 2003, 58-62.

Nicotera, N. (2003). Children and their neighborhoods: A mixed methods approach to understanding the construct neighborhood. Dissertation Abstracts International, (UMI No. 3072123).

PRESENTATIONS
Nicotera, N. (2003, April). Children and their neighborhoods: A mixed methods approach to understanding the construct neighborhood. Dissertation research presented at the 15th National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Nicotera, N. (2003, February). Applying person-in-environment theory: Integrating the knowledge of HBSE into social work practice. Paper presented at the 49th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA.

Nicotera, N. (2002). Self-awareness on issues of oppression and privilege in counseling practice. Discussion and experiential activity presented at Antioch University, Seattle, Washington, graduate class on Multi-Cultural Counseling (course faculty, Hye-Kyung Kang, M.A., M.S.W.).

Nicotera, N. (2000). Employing children’s art in social work assessment and intervention. Lecture and experiential activity presented at the U. of Washington School of Social Work, MSW class on Advanced Practice in Children, Youth, and Family Practice (course faculty: Maureen Marcenko, Ph.D.).

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Research Projects/Interests ::

My research interests include exploring the influence of context on human development, most specifically the ways in which neighborhoods effect children and families. My aim is to apply the results of my research to direct social work practice with children, families, and the communities where they reside.

I am currently working on data analysis related to children's agency in creating neighborhood change.

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Professional Associations ::

Member of the National Association of Social Worker
Member Council on Social Work Education

 

 

last updated: 09/18/2003
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