Micheal L. Shier
Micheal L. Shier
Associate Professor, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto
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Barriers to employment as experienced by disabled people: a qualitative analysis in Calgary and Regina, Canada
M Shier, JR Graham, ME Jones
Disability & Society 24 (1), 63-75, 2009
Work-related factors that impact social work practitioners’ subjective well-being: Well-being in the workplace
ML Shier, JR Graham
Journal of Social Work 11 (4), 402-421, 2011
Mindfulness, subjective well-being, and social work: Insight into their interconnection from social work practitioners
ML Shier, JR Graham
Social Work Education 30 (1), 29-44, 2011
The social work profession and subjective well-being: The impact of a profession on overall subjective well-being
JR Graham, ML Shier
British Journal of Social Work 40 (5), 1553-1572, 2010
Understanding online donor behavior: the role of donor characteristics, perceptions of the internet, website and program, and influence from social networks
ML Shier, F Handy
International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 17 (3 …, 2012
Social work practitioners and subjective well-being: Personal factors that contribute to high levels of subjective well-being
JR Graham, ML Shier
International social work 53 (6), 757-772, 2010
Profession and workplace expectations of social workers: Implications for social worker subjective well-being
JR Graham, ML Shier
Journal of Social Work Practice 28 (1), 95-110, 2014
From advocacy to social innovation: A typology of social change efforts by nonprofits
ML Shier, F Handy
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 26 …, 2015
Social workers and satisfaction with child welfare work: Aspects of work, profession, and personal life that contribute to turnover
ML Shier, JR Graham, E Fukuda, K Brownlee, TJB Kline, S Walji, N Novik
Child Welfare 91 (5), 117-138, 2012
Perspectives of employed people experiencing homeless of self and being homeless: challenging socially constructed perceptions and stereotypes
ML Shier, ME Jones, JR Graham
J. Soc. & Soc. Welfare 37, 13, 2010
Social change efforts of direct service nonprofits: The role of funding and collaborations in shaping social innovations
ML Shier, F Handy
Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance 39 (1), 6-24, 2015
Unraveling ethics: Reflections from a community-based participatory research project with youth
CA Walsh, J Hewson, M Shier, E Morales
The Qualitative Report 13 (3), 379-393, 2008
Organizations and social worker well-being: The intra-organizational context of practice and its impact on a practitioner's subjective well-being
ML Shier, JR Graham
Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 61-105, 2013
Employment difficulties experienced by employed homeless people: Labor market factors that contribute to and maintain homelessness
ML Shier, ME Jones, JR Graham
Journal of poverty 16 (1), 27-47, 2012
International migration and social work: A review of the literature
ML Shier, S Engstrom, JR Graham
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 9 (1), 38-56, 2011
Research trends in nonprofit graduate studies: A growing interdisciplinary field
ML Shier, F Handy
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 43 (5), 812-831, 2014
Religion and social work: An analysis of faith traditions, themes, and global north/south authorship
JR Graham, M Shier
Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought 28 (1-2 …, 2009
Executive leadership and social innovation in direct-service nonprofits: Shaping the organizational culture to create social change
ML Shier, F Handy
Journal of Progressive Human Services 27 (2), 111-130, 2016
Sociocultural factors to consider when addressing the vulnerability of social service users: Insights from women experiencing homelessness
ML Shier, ME Jones, JR Graham
Affilia 26 (4), 367-381, 2011
Tipping points: What participants found valuable in labour market training programmes for vulnerable groups
JR Graham, ME Jones, M Shier
International Journal of Social Welfare 19 (1), 63-72, 2010
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