Dr. Arthur Horton, Jr.

Professor, Social Work & Human Serv.

Expertise:
Domestic violence, social work, american economics, human services

Credentials:
2006 M.H.S., Governors State University
1990 Ph.D., University of Illinois- Chicago
1980 M.A., University of Minnesota- Minneapolis
1979 M.S.W., University of Minnesota- Minneapolis
1976 M.A., University of Colorado- Boulder
1967 B.A., DePaul University

Publications:
“America, the Economic Powerhouse and How We Got There: A More Plausible Story.” Global Studies Journal 1(3).

“Domestic Violence: The Untold Story.” The Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 18 (1).

“Violence against the Young; the New Urban Challenges,” in The Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Vol.19.

“AIDS in Black America: A Ray of Hope,” in The International Journal of Science in Science in Society’ Vol.1, No. 1.

“The Need for Improved Treatment for Incarcerated Female Heroin Users,” in The Journal of Social Work And Public Health (in press).

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