Portland State University. Department of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Community mental health services, Portland State University. School of Social Work -- Students -- Attitudes
Sixty first year students in the Portland State University School of Social Work were given the Baker--Schulberg Community Mental Health Ideology Scale. The resultant scores are reported for Community Mental Health Training Project (CMHTP) Students, Direct Service Students and Planning Students. The Scores are compared with each other and with the original norming groups for the instrument. CMHTP students were found to have a significantly stronger adherence to the community mental health ideology than other students, but all groups examined were found to be sympathetic to the ideology.
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Munter, Leo, "Differential Adherence to Community Mental Health Ideology Among First Year Social Work Students" (1976). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1775.