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Scott Harding , Ph.D.
Scott Harding, Ph.D., is Co-Director of the PhD Program and Associate Professor of Community Organization. Scott teaches courses in community organization, macro foundation practice, and teaches a special topics course on war, militarism and imperialism. His areas of specialization include community organization and practice, poverty, social problems and social welfare policy, political advocacy, and war, militarism, and imperialism.
War, Militarism, and Peace Activism
Political Social Work
Harding, S. & Kershner, S. (2015). Counter-Recruitment and the Campaign to Demilitarize Public Schools.
Kershner, S. & Harding, S. (2014). Addressing the Militarization of Youth. Peace Review, 26(2), 250-257.
Libal, K., Tomczak, .S M., Spath, R. & Harding, S. (2014). Hunger in a Land of Plenty A Renewed Call for Social Work Action. Social Work, 59(4), 366-369.
Harding, S. & Kershner, S. (2011). “Just say no”: Organizing against militarism in public schools. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 38(2), 79-109.
Libal, K. & Harding, S. (2011). Humanitarian alliances: Local and international NGO partnerships and the Iraqi refugee crisis. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 9, 162-178.
Simmons, L. & Harding, S. (2009). Community-labor coalitions for progressive change. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 24(1/2), 99-112.
Harding, S. (2007). Man-made disaster and development: The case of Iraq. International Social Work, 50(3), 295-306.
Scanlon. E. & Harding, S. (2005). Social work and labor unions: Historical and contemporary alliances. Journal of Community Practice, 13(1), 9-30.
Harding, S. (2004). The sound of silence: Social work, the academy, and Iraq. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 31(2), 179-197.