Dr. Arline Prigoff
California State University, Sacramento
Division of Social Work
School of Health and Human Services

Contact Information Classes Papers and Publications
Research Projects Professional Associations





  • Contact Information
    Name: Dr. Arline Prigoff
    Title: Professor
    Office: Mariposa 4006
    Office Hours: Tuesday, 1-4 PM
    E-mail Address: prigoffa@saclink.csus.edu
    Telephone: (916) 278-7170
    FAX: (916) 641-7529
    Mailing Address: Division of Social Work, CSUS
    Street Address: 6000 J Street
    Sacramento, CA 95819-6090

    Fall 2001 Classes

    Papers and Publications

    Economics for Social Workers: The Social Consequences of Economic Globalization, with Strategies for Community Action. Publication in process; expected date of printing, 1999.

    Course Syllabus on "International Social Work: Global Dimensions in Policy Analysis and Social Development Practice (SW196D) in Global Perspectives in Social Work Education: A Collection of Course Outlines on International Aspects of Social Work. (1997). Compiled by Lynne M. Healy and Yvonne W. Asamoah. Alexandria, Virginia: Council on Social Work Education.

    Co-author, with Dorothy Van Soest (1997), Chapters 12: "From Violence and Trauma to Processes of Healing," and 13: "Toward Solution: Approaches to Healing." The Global Crisis of Violence. Washington, D.C.: NASW Press.

    "The Findings of Research on Gender," Social Development Issues. Vol. 16, No. 1, 1994.

    "Women, Social Development and the State in Latin America," Social Development Issues. Vol. 14, No. 1, 1992.

    Research Projects/Interests

    International Social Work: professional exchanges with Nicaragua, El Salvador, Colombia, Mexico , Macedonia

    Economics: economic theory, the social and environmental impact of economic globalization and trade policies, community economic development and their relevance for social work

    Social Welfare: evaluation of welfare policies and practices, based on consequences for families and communities

    Levels and Cycles of Violence: patterns and concepts, implications for social work practice

    Gender Studies: the origins and consequences of gender stratification, violence against women

    Advanced General Practice in Social Work: curriculum development for social work education on multilevel, multi-dimensional social assessments and social work interventions

    Professional Associations

    National Association of Social Workers - Elected Delegate from District D, California Chapter, to National NASW Delegates' Assembly

    Council on Social Work Education - Member, International Commission


    Send problems/comments/suggestions to: prigoffa@saclink.csus.edu


    Page updated: July 12, 2001