JANE F. GILGUN, PHD.

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

PRESENT POSITION

 

1998 to present

Professor, School of Social Work. University of Minnesota. Twin Cities.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

 

Lois and Samuel Silberman Award to fund the writing of the paper, "Tools for Assessing Client Strengths and Risks." 1997 . Published in Families in Society as a two-part series” “The CASPARS: Tools for Assessmetn Client Risks and Strengths” and “Clinical Applications of the CASPARS Instruments: Boys Who Act Out Sexually,”1999.

 

Excellence in Research Award, College of Human Ecology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, April 1995.

 

Outstanding Program Award for Violence and its Prevention, 15 days of training, sponsored by the School of Social Work and Continuing Education and Conferences, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, November 1993.

 

Lois and Samuel Silberman Award to fund the writing of the paper "A Strengths Framework for

Social Work Policy and Practice," 1993, published as a two-part series on Human Development

and Adversity in Ecological Perspective in Families in Society, 1996.

 

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Gilgun, Jane F. (in press).  Evidence-based practice and the RSGB assessment.  British Journal of Social Work.

 

Gilgun, Jane F.  (in press).  Qualitative research and family psychology. Journal of Family Psychology.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (in press).  Lighten up! The citation dilemma in qualitative research.  Qualitative Health Research.

 

Gilgun, Jane F.  (in press).  “Grab” and good science: Writing up the results of qualitative research.  Qualitative Health Research.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2004).  Fictionalizing life stories: Yukee the wine thief.  Qualitative Inquiry, 10 (3), 691-705.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2004).  Qualitative methods and the development of clinical assessment tools.  Qualitative Health Research, 14 (7), 1008-1019.

 

Dolo, Emmanuel & Jane F. Gilgun (2002).  Gender-linked status changes

among Liberian refugees in the United States.  Social Work Research and Evaluation, 3(3), 209-220.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2002).  Completing the Circle: American Indian Medicine Wheels and the promotion of resilience in children and youth in care.  Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 6(2), 65-84.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2002).  Conjectures and refutations: Governmental funding and qualitative research.  Qualitative Social Work, 1(3), 359-375. 

 

Gilgun, Jane F. Christian Klein, & Kay Pranis. (2000).  The significance of resources in models of risk, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14, 627-646.

 

Gilgun, Jane F., Susan Keskinen, Danette Jones Marti, & Kay Rice.  (1999). Clinical applications of the CASPARS instruments: Boys who act out sexually. Families in Society, 80, 629-641.

 

Gilgun, Jane F.  (1999). CASPARS: New tools for assessing client risks and strengths. Families in Society, 80, 450-459.  Tools available at http://ssw.che.umn.edu/faculty/jgilgun.htm

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1999).  Fingernails painted red: A feminist, semiotic analysis of "hot" text, Qualitative Inquiry, 5, 181-207.

 

Gilgun, Jane F., & Laura McLeod  (1999).  Gendering violence.  Studies in Symbolic Interactionism, 22, 167-193.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1996). Human development and adversity in ecological perspective. Part 2: Three patterns. Families in Society. 77. 459-576. Lead article.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1996). Human development and adversity in ecological perspective: Part 1: A conceptual framework. Families in Society. 77, 395-402. Lead article.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1995). We shared something special: The moral discourse of incest perpetrators. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 57, 265-281.Lead article.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1994). A case for case studies in social work research. Social Work, 39, 371-380.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1994). Avengers, conquerors, playmates, and lovers: A continuum of roles played by perpetrator of child sexual abuse. Families in Society, 75, 467-480. Lead article.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1992). Hypothesis generation in social work research. Journal of Social Service Research, 15, 113-135.

Gilgun, Jane F., & Elizabeth Reiser. (1990). Sexual identity development among men sexually abused in childhood. Families in Society, 71, 515-23. Lead article.

Gilgun, Jane F., & Teresa M. Connor. (1989). How perpetrators view child sexual abuse. Social Work, 34, 349-351. Reprinted in the U.S. Air Force handbook on family violence and in the Training Manual of CornerHouse, a child sexual abuse evaluation center, Minneapolis, MN, 1994 to the present.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l988). Decisionmaking in interdisciplinary treatment teams. Child Abuse & Neglect, 12, 231239.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l988). Selfcenteredness and the adult male perpetrator of child sexual abuse. Contemporary Family Therapy, 10, 216-234.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1988). Why children don't tell: Fear of separation and loss and the disclosure of child sexual abuse. New Designs in Youth Development, 8, 16-20.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l986). Sexually abused girls' knowledge of sexual abuse and sexuality. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1, 209-225.

Gilgun, Jane F. & Sol Gordon (l985). Sex education and the prevention of child sexual abuse. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 11, 46-52.

Gilgun, Jane F. & Sol Gordon. (l983). The role of values in sex education programs. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 16, 27-33.

INVITED JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

 

Gilgun, Jane F.  (in press).  The four cornerstones of evidence-based practice in social work. Research on Social Work Practice.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (in press). Children and adolescents with problematic sexual behaviors:

Lessons from research on resilience. .  In Robert Longo & Dave Prescott (Eds.), Current perspectives on working with sexually aggressive youth and youth with sexual behavior problems

 

Gigun, Jane F., & Laura S. Abrams (in press).  Gendered adaptations, resilience, and the perpetration of violence.  In Michael Ungar (Ed.), Youth resilience around the world.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

Gilgun, Jane F., Danette Jones, & Kay Rice.  (in press). Emotional expressiveness as an indicator of progress in treatment. In Martin C. Calder (Ed.),   Emerging approaches to work with children and young people who sexually abuse.  Dorset, England: Russell House.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2004).  A strengths-based approach to child and family assessment.  In Don Catheral (Ed.),  Handbook of stress, trauma and the family (pp. 307-324). New York:  Taylor Francis.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2004).  Deductive qualitative analysis and family theory-building.  In Verne  Bengston, Peggye Dillworth Anderson, Katherine Allen, Alan Acock, & David Klein (Eds.). Sourcebook of Family Theory and Methods . Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. & Laura Abrams (2002).  Commentary on Denzin: The nature and usefulness of qualitative social work research. Qualitative Social Work, 1(1), 39-55

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2001).  Grounded theory, other inductive methods, and social work methods.  In Bruce Thyer (Ed.), Handbook of social work research (pp. 345-364).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Gilgun, Jane F.  (2001).  Case study designs.  In Richard Grinnell (Ed.), Social work research and evaluation (6th ed.) (pp. 260-273).  Itasca, IL: Peacock.  Also appeared in 5th ed.

 

Gilgun, Jane F.  (1999).  Mapping resilience as process among adults maltreated in childhood.  In Hamilton I. McCubbin, Elizabeth A. Thompson, Anne I. Thompson, & Jo A. Futrell (Eds.), The dynamics of resilient families. (pp. 41-70).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1999).  Methodological pluralism and qualitative family research.  In Suzanne K. Steinmetz, Marvin B. Sussman, and Gary W. Peterson (Eds.), Handbook of Marriage and the Family (2nd ed.) (pp. 219-261). New York: Plenum.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1999). CASPARS: Clinical Assessment Instruments that measure strengths and risks in children and families.  In Martin C. Calder (Ed.), Working with young people who sexually abuse: New pieces of the jigsaw puzzle.  Dorset, England: Russell House.

 

Gilgun, Jane F.  (1998).  Clinical instruments for assessing client assets and risks.  The Medical Journal of Allina, 7, 31-33.  Available at http://www .allina.com /Allina_Journal/Winter1998/

Gilgun, Jane F. (1997). Case study designs. In Richard Grinnell (Ed.). Social Work Research and Evaluation. (5th ed.) (pp 298-312). Itasca. IL: Peacock.

Gilgun, Jane F. and Sussman, Marvin, B. (1996). Showcasing qualitative family research. In The Methods and Methodologies of Qualitative Family Research. Special issue of Marriage and Family Review. 41 (1-2). Also published as a book.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1994). Case studies and social work research: Examining the fit. The Manitoba Social Worker, 26 (3), 1, 12-13. Lead article.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1994). Hand into glove: Grounded theory and social work practice research. In William Reid & Edmund Sherman (Eds.), Qualitative methods and social work practice research (pp. 115-125). New York: Columbia University Press.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l994). An ecosystemic approach to assessment. In Beulah G. Compton & Burt Galaway (Eds.). Social work processes (5th ed.) (pp. 455-469). Chicago: Dorsey. Reprinted in The Training Manual of the Mississippi Department of Public Welfare, developed by the School of Social Work, University of Southern Mississippi. Also appeared in the 3rd and 4th editions.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1994). Freedom of choice and research interviewing in child sexual abuse. In Beulah G. Compton & Burt Galaway, Social work processes (5th ed.) (pp. 358-368). Chicago: Dorsey. Also appeared in the 3rd and 4th editions.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l993). Publishing research reports based on qualitative research. Marriage and Family Review, 18 (1/2), 177-181.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1992). Definitions, methods, and methodologies in qualitative family research. In Jane F. Gilgun, Kerry Daly, and Gerald Handel (Eds.), Qualitative methods in family research (pp. 22-41). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1992). Observation in a clinical setting: Team decision-making in family incest treatment. In J.F. Gilgun, K. Daly, and G. Handel (Eds.), Qualitative methods in family research (pp. 236-259). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1991). Resilience and the intergenerational transmission of child sexual abuse. In Michael Q. Patton (Ed.), Family sexual abuse: Frontline research and evaluation (pp. 93-105). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1991). Discoveryoriented qualitative methods relevant to longitudinal research on child abuse and neglect. In Raymond H. Starr, Jr. & David A. Wolfe (Eds.) The effects of child abuse and neglect: Issues and research. (pp. 144163). New York: Guilford.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l990). The sexual development of men sexually abused as children. In Mic Hunter (Ed.), The sexually abused male: Prevalence, impact, and treatment (pp. 177-190). Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Gilgun, Jane F. & Teresa M. Connor (1990). Isolation and the adult male perpetrator of child sexual abuse. In A.L. Horton, B.L. Johnson, L.M. Roundy, & D. Williams (Eds.), The incest perpetrator: The family member no one wants to treat (pp. 74-87). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l987). Theory development and child sexual abuse. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 13, 22-25.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l986). The adolescent sex offender and the juvenile justice system in Minnesota. In Hans J. Kerner, Burt Galaway, & H. Janssen (Eds.), European and NorthAmerican juvenile justice systems. Munich: Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Vereinigung fur Jugendgerichte und Jugendgerichtschilfen.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l984). Does the mother always know? Alternatives to blaming mothers for child sexual abuse. Response to the Victimization of Women and Children, 7, 24. Reprinted in J. Philip (Ed.), (l988). Child sexual abuse training curriculum for social workers. Denver: American Humane Association.

Gilgun, Jane F., & Marvin B. Sussman. (In press). Showcasing qualitative family research. The methods and methodologies of qualitative family research. Special issue of Marriage and Family Review, 41 (1-2).

Gordon, Sol & Jane F. Gilgun (l987). Adolescent sexuality. In V.B. Van Hasselt & M. Hersen (Eds.), Handbook of adolescent psychology (pp. 147-167). New York: Pergamon.

INTERNET BOOKS

Gilgun, Jane F. (l998). Lemons or lemonade? An anger workbook for kids. Minneapolis, MN: L.E. Bell Press. Availability: http://ssw.che.umn.edu/Faculty_Profiles/Gilgun_Jane/Gilgun_pubs.html

Gilgun, Jane F. (l998). Lemons or lemonade? A manual for professionals and parents. Minneapolis, MN: L.E. Bell Press: Availability: http://ssw.che.umn.edu/Faculty_Profiles/Gilgun_Jane/Gilgun_pubs.htmlcontact Jane Gilgun at jgilgun@che2.umn.edu

Gilgun, Jane F. (1999).  Thorns have roses: Overcoming the effects of child abuse and neglect.  http://ssw.che.umn.edu/Faculty_Profiles/Gilgun_Jane/Gilgun_pubs.html

These books and other resources are available on the web at http://ssw.che.umn.edu/Faculty_Profiles/Gilgun_Jane/Gilgun_pubs.html.  The above books are for school social workers, therapists, early childhood family educators, and prevention specialists to use in their work with children who have experienced severe adversities and who are at risk for the development of violent or self-injurious behaviors. 

EDITED BOOKS

Gilgun, Jane F., & Marvin B. Sussman (Eds.). (1996).  The methods and methodologies of qualitative family research. New York: Haworth.  Also published as a special issue of Marriage and Family Review, 41 (1-2).

                 


Gilgun, Jane F., Kerry Daly, & Gerald Handel (Eds.). (1992). Qualitative methods in family research. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. In fourth printing.

RESEARCH AND EVALUATION REPORTS

Keskinen, Susan & Jane F. Gilgun (l995). Storefront Youth Action's Treatment Program for Sexually Aggressive Children and Their Families: Assessment and Evaluation Procedures. A final report to the Institute for Child and Adolescent Sexual Health, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, School of Social Work.

Gilgun, Jane F., Kay Pranis, & Richard C. Ericson (l994). A Survey of Minnesota prison inmates: Risk and Protective Factors in Adolescence. A final report to the Minnesota State Legislature on a survey commissioned by the legislature.

Gilgun, Jane F., & Susan Keskinen (l991). The identification of Evaluation Areas and Training Needs for CornerHouse. A final report to CornerHouse, a child sexual abuse evaluation center, Hennepin County, MN.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l987). The Transformation from Victim to Perpetrator in Child Sexual Abuse. Final Report to the Family Sexual Abuse Project of the Saint Paul Foundations, Saint Paul, MN.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l987). Evaluation of the Central Minnesota Family Incest Treatment Program. A final report to the Central Minnesota Mental Health Center, Family Incest Treatment Program.

Wirick, Molly A., Lynn Hanessian, Jane Gilgun, & Jeanne C. Marsh (l984). The Adolescent Family Life Project, Hull House Association of Chicago, IL, Final Report, Program Year 1983-1984. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration.

UNPUBLISHED CLINICAL INSTRUMENTS

The CASPARS: Clinical assessment package for assessing risks and strengths, based up research on risk and resilience.

The 4-D: Strengths-Based Instruments for Youth in Care, based upon the Circle of Courage.

A Guided Tour of Risk Assessment in Child Welfare. 

Tools available at

http://ssw.che.umn.edu/Faculty_Profiles/Gilgun_Jane/Gilgun_pubs.htmlchildr

 

NEWSLETTER EDITORSHIP

Editor, Qualitative Family Research, a Newsletter of the Qualitative Family Research Network, a Focus Group of the Research and Theory Section, National Council on Family Relations, 1989 to 1994. Co-editor with Karen Blaisure in 1994.

OTHER PUBLISHED NON-REFEREED WORK

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2002).  Keep Studying.  Letter to editor, Minneapolis Star Tribune, September  9, p. A21.  On the need for research to support policies and programs on the relationship between mental illness and violence.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2001). Protective Factors, Resilience, and Child Abuse and Neglect, Healthy Generations, 2(1), 4-5, newsletter, Maternal and Child Health, Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2000).  HSA unveils the 4-D assessment tool: Building a better map for children, youth and families.  The Compass, newsletter of Human Service Associates, Summer, 1-2.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1999).  Commentary: It's possible to spot kids who might be headed toward violence.  Minneapolis Star Tribune, June 5, p. A21.  This article received honorable mention for the Minneapolis Writers' Workshop Erickson Award.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1998).  Teaching Qualitative Family Research: Who's the Teacher?  Who's the Learner?  Qualitative Family Research (David M. Klein & Catherine A. Chesla, Eds.), 12 (1), 2-6.  Lead article.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1998).  Research Methods II.  In Denise Burnette (Ed.), Teaching qualitative research: A compendium of model syllabi.  Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1996). The history of the qualitative family research network from my point of view. Qualitative Family Research, 10 (1), 14-20.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l994). Reflexivity emerges as central; What does it mean for understanding and knowledge? Qualitative Family Research, 8 (2), 1-3.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l994). Analytic induction: A focused approach to interpretive research. Qualitative Family Research, 8 (1), 1-3.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l994). Erik Erikson died in May: Showed importance of case studies. Qualitative Family Research, 8 (1), 11-12.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l993). Chicago School Discussed by Group. NCFR REPORT, March 1993, p. 7.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l993). Dimensional analysis and grounded theory: Interviews with Leonard Schatzman. Qualitative Family Research, 7 (1-2), 1-2, 4-7.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l992). Chicago days: Handel, Lopata, and Strauss tell stories of their lives as students at Chicago. Qualitative Family Research, 6 (2), 3-6.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l992). Field methods training in the Chicago School tradition: The early career of Bob Bogdan. Qualitative Family Research, 6 (1), 8-11.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l991). Syracuse University provides advanced training in qualitative methods for Ph.D. students. Qualitative Family Research, 5 (2), 7.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l991). Reclaiming our heritage. Identity development in a thin context. Qualitative Family Research, 5 (1), 1.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l991). The Chicago School of Sociology: An enduring legacy. Qualitative Family Research, 5 (1), 8-9.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l990). Qualitative methods and the future of family research. Qualitative Family Research, 4 (2), 1.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l990). Steps in the development of theory using a grounded theory approach. Qualitative Family Research, 4 (2), 11-12, 21.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l990). Human beings as the central processors of qualitative data. Qualitative Family Research, 4 (1), 1.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l990). Healing the hidden wounds. Early Report, 17, (3), 45. [A publication of the Center for Early Education and Development, College of Education, University of Minnesota.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l990). A call to action. Early Report, 17, (3), 5. [A publication of the Center for Early Education and Development, College of Education, University of Minnesota]

Gilgun, Jane F. (1990). Synthesis of Commentaries on Martin Bloom's Paper "The Epistemology of Social Work Practice Knowledge." In L. Videka Sherman & W.R. Reid (Eds.) Empiricism in clinical practice (pp. 371372). Silver Spring, MD: National Association of Social Workers.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l989). A journal for research: The debate continues. Social Work Research and Abstracts, 25 (2), 5. Letter to the editor.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l988, April). The qualitative researcher: How do I know I am one? Qualitative Family Research Network Newsletter (pp. 57). Atlanta: National Council on Family Relations, Research and Theory Section.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l986). Book review: Interviewing the Sexually Abused Child by D.P.H. Jones & M. McQuiston. Child Care Quarterly, 15, 262265.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

 

Principal investigator, Patterns in the Development of Violent Behaviors. Pilot interviews begun in 1985 and continues to the present.  Funding from the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1985 to the present.

 

Principal investigator, Hennepin County Adoption Project, January 2001 to the present.

 

Principal investigator, Assessment Tools for the Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery, September 2000 to the present.

 

Principal investigator, Field Test for the 4-D, an Assessment Tool, projected funded through Human Services Associates, a national treatment foster care agency, August 1998 to 2002.

 

Consultant, Developing Optimal Permanent Placements for Young Children in Foster Care, a project funded by the McKnight Foundation, St. Paul, MN.  My duties were to develop a tool for assessing egregious harm to children where the tool takes strengths and risks into account, September 1997 to 1999. 

Principal investigator, Clinical Instruments For Children Who are Sexually Aggressive, a project funded by the Allina Foundation, January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996.

Co-principal investigator for evaluation of program for children who act out sexually, Storefront Youth Action, Richfield, MN, January 1995 to June 1995.

Co-principal investigator, Survey of Minnesota Prison Inmates on Risk and Protective Factors in Adolescence the Minnesota Council on Crime and Justice and the Minnesota Department of Corrections, commissioned by the Minnesota State Legislature, August 1993 to October 1994.

Principal investigator for evaluation of CornerHouse, Minneapolis, MN, a multidisciplinary center for the evaluation of child sexual abuse, Summer 1990.

Principal investigator for research and evaluation at the Central Minnesota Incest Treatment Program, St. Cloud, MN., 1984 to 1987. Funding from the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.

Director of Research, Women Sex Offender Treatment Program, Minnesota Correctional Facility, Shakopee, 198687. Funding from the National Institute of Corrections.

Director of Evaluation, Hull House Adolescent Family Life Demonstration Project, Chicago, IL., 1984. Funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Evaluator, Model Caregiver Training Project, Syracuse, N.Y., 1981-82. Funding from a Title XX grant from the State of New York.

TRAINING GRANTS

Principal Investigator, of "Violence and its Prevention," a 15-day training program on children, adolescents, and adults as victims and perpetrators, for the winter, spring, and summer of 1993, funded by the Program Innovation Fund, Continuing Education and Extension, University of Minnesota.

CoPrincipal Investigator, Child Welfare Training Grant, awarded by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children's Bureau, Washington, D.C., 1990-92.

RESEARCH PROPOSAL REVIEWING

Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Human Development, Washington, D.C., member of a review panel for National Center on Child Abuse & Neglect June 1988 and September 1992 and for the Children's Bureau, August 1990-92.

Wilder Research Center, St. Paul, MN, reviewer of Community Revitalization grant proposals, January, 1990.

Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, St. Paul Minnesota, December 1989 to the present.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES

 

“APAC: Assessment for Parenting Adopted Children with Special Needs” (2004, November) with Susan Keskinen, and Brandi Hill.  Paper presented at the annual conference, National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL, November 20.

 

“Gendered Adaptations, Resilience, and the Perpetration of Violence.”  (2003, January) with Laura S. Abrams.  Paper presented at the annual conference, Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C, January 17, 2003. 

 

“Qualitative Research and the Development of Clinical Assessment Tools.” (2003, May).

Paper presented to the International Conference on Qualitative Health Research, Banff, Alberta, Canada, May

 

"Case Study Research, Analytic Induction, and Theory Development: The Future and the Past," (2001, November) paper presented at the Preconference Workshop on Theory Development and Research Methodology, National Conference on Family Relations, Rochester, NY, November.

 

Gilgun, Jane F (2000, July).  "The Roles of Alcohol and Drugs in the Perpetration of Violence," Paper presented at the Conference on Evaluation for Practice Huddersfield, England, July 12.

 

Dolo, Emmanuel & Jane F. Gilgun (2000, July).  "Gender-Linked Status Changes

Among Liberian Refugees in the United States, "paper presented at the Conference on Evaluation for Practice, Huddersfield, England, July 13.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2000, June).  A Comprehensive Theory of Interpersonal Violence," paper presented at the paper presented at the conference on the Victimization of Children and Youth: An International Research Conference, Durham, NH,  June 25-28, 2000.

 

Gilgun, Jane F., & Gail Walters (2000, March).  "How Reasonable are Reasonable Efforts Under Concurrent Planning? Voices from the Field," paper presented at the annual program meeting, Council on Social Work Education, New York, New York, February 29.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1999, November).  In Their Own Words: Men Talk About Their Violence," a paper presented at the Preconference Workshop on Theory Construction and Research Methodology, National Council on Family Relations, Irvine, CA.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (l998 November). "A Comprehensive Theory of Family Violence," a paper presented at the Preconference Workshop on Theory Construction and Research Methodology, National Council on Family Relations, Milwaukee, WI.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (1998, January).  Tools for Assessing Client Strengths and Risks."  Paper  presented at the International Conference on Research for Social Work Practice, North Miami, FL, January 24-26.  Peer blind review.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l996, November). "The Phenomenology of Family Violence: Doing Hermeneutic Research in a Language Vacuum." Paper to be presented at the Preconference Workshop on Theory Construction and Research Methodology, National Council on Family Relations, Baltimore, MD, November, 8-12.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1996, September). "Theory-Based Clinical Instruments For Sexually Inappropriate Children and Their Families," poster presentation at the conference on Psychosocial Treatments and Services: Social Work's Contributions to a TransNIH Research Agenda, September 5-6

Gilgun, Jane F. (l996, August). "Classifying Children Who are Sexually Aggressive," a paper presented as an interactive poster session, Eleventh International Congress, International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Dublin, Ireland, August 18-21.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l996, June). "Mapping Resilience as Process," paper presented at the invitation-only conference on The Dynamics of Resilient Families: A Qualitative Approach," Institute for the Study of Resiliency in Families and the Center for Excellence in Family Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 19-20.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l995, November). "Gendering Violence," a refereed poster session at the annual meeting, National Council on Family Relations, Portland, Oregon, November 15-18, 1995. with Laura McLeod.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l995, November). "Human Development and Adversity in Ecological Perspective," a paper that is part of a Symposium on Resiliency in Families Under Stress," at the annual meeting, National Council on Family Relations, Portland, Oregon, November 15-18, 1995.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l995, November). "Voices in the Text: Identifying Them, Articulating Them," a paper that is part of a Symposium I organized on Interpreting Qualitative Data, at the annual meeting, National Council on Family Relations, Portland, Oregon, November 15-18, 1995. Paper renamed for presentation: "Fingernails Painted Red: A Reflexive, Semiotic Analysis of a Case of Family Murder."

Gilgun, Jane F. (l995, February). "Patterns of Risks and Protections Discriminating Minnesota Prison Inmates from Non-Inmates." Conference on Reducing the Risk by Working Together sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Corrections, Minneapolis, MN. With Kay Pranis.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l994, May). "The Fragile Relationships Between Victims and Perpetrators," poster presentation with Ann Ahlquist at Second National Colloquium of The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Boston, MA, May 6. My section of this presentation was published in Families in Society, 1994, 75, as quot;Avengers, Conquerors, Playmates, and Lovers."

Gilgun, Jane F. (l993, November). "Developmental Issues and Violence Against Children," presentation at a conference of the same name sponsored by the School of Home Economics, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Bangkok, Thailand, November 22.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l993, November). "Patterns of Development Under Conditions of Adversity." Paper presented at the Preconference Workshop on Theory Construction and Research Methodology, National Council on Family Relations, Baltimore, MD, November, 11. Published as a two-part series in Families in Society.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l993, November). "The Moral Discourse of Incest Perpetrators." Refereed poster session, annual meeting, National Council on Family Relations, Baltimore, MD, November, 12. Published in Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1995.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l992, November). "Grounded Theory Analysis and its Influence on Family Scholarship." Paper presented at the Symposium on Grounded Theory Methodology: Historical, Theoretical, and Clinical Perspectives, National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL, November 7.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1992, August). Hand Into Glove: Grounded Theory and Social Work Practice Research." An invited paper at the conference, Qualitative Methods and Social Work Research, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, N.Y. This paper appeared in William Reid & Edmund Sherman (Eds.), Qualitative methods and social work practice research (pp. 115-125). New York: Columbia University Press.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1991, November). Convener of a Symposium on Qualitative Methods in Family Research, and presenter of a paper entitled "Multiple Perspectives in Qualitative Research," presented at the annual meeting, National Council on Family Relations, Denver, CO, November 15-20.

Gilgun, Jane F., & Geraldine K. Brookins (l991, November). "Does Anybody Care? The Meaning of Poverty in the Families of Origin of Incarcerated Men of Color." Paper presented at the annual meeting, National Council on Family Relations, Denver, CO, November 15-20.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1990, November). "The Place of Qualitative Methods in the Study of the Family." Paper presented at the Theory Construction and Research Methodology Workshop at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Seattle, WA, November 914, 1990.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l990, November). "Rapists' Perceptions of their Relationships with Their mothers," poster session (refereed) at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Seattle, WA, November 9-14, 1990.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1989, November). "The Sexual Development of Men Who Were Sexually Abused as Children." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, New Orleans, LA, November 58, 1989. Published in Mic Hunter (Ed.), The sexually abused male: Prevalence, impact, and treatment (pp. 177-190). Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1989, October). "DiscoveryOriented Qualitative Methods Relevant to Longitudinal Research and Child Abuse and Neglect." An invited paper presented at the Research Forum on Issues in the Longitudinal Study of Child Maltreatment, October 1518. Institute for the Prevention of Child Abuse, Toronto, Canada. Published in Raymond H. Starr, Jr. & David A. Wolfe (Eds.) The effects of child abuse and neglect: Issues and research. (pp. 144163). New York: Guilford.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1989, March). "Starting Where the Practitioner is: Practice Compatible Research." Paper presented to the Symposium on Philosophical Issues in Social Work, Annual Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Chicago, IL, March 4-7.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1988, November). "The Development of Sexually Abusive Behavior Toward Children: A Grounded Theory Approach." Paper presented at the Theory Construction and Research Methodology PreConference Workshop of the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Philadelphia, PA, November 11-16. Published as "Hypothesis Generation in Social Work Research," Journal of Social Service Research (l992).

Gilgun, Jane F. (1988, October). "Factors Which Block the Development of Sexually Abusive Behaviors in Adults Abused and Neglected as Children." Invited paper presented at the Conference on Male Victims and Offenders: Controversies in Treatment, Minneapolis, MN, October 27 and 28.

Allen, Katherine R., & Jane F. Gilgun (1987, November). "Qualitative Family Research: Unanswered Questions and Proposed Solutions. " Paper presented at the Theory Construction and Research Methodology PreConference Workshop of the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Atlanta, GA, November 14-18.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1987, July). "Research Interviewing in Child Sexual Abuse." Paper presented at the Third National Family Violence Research Conference, Durham, N.H., July 69. Published in Beulah G. Compton & Burt Galaway (Eds.) (l989 & 1992), Social work processes (4th & 5th eds.) (pp. 358368), Chicago: Dorsey.

Gilgun, Jane F., & Teresa M. Connor (1987, May). "Childhood Maltreatment and the Development of Sexually Abusive Behaviors." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, New York, N.Y., May 27-June 1.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1986, September). "Starting Where the Practitioner is: Doing Qualitative Research." Paper presented at the National Conference, National Association of Social Workers National Conference on Clinical Social Work, San Francisco, CA, September 1114.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1986, July). "SelfCenteredness as an Organizing Construct in the Understanding of the Adult Sexual Abuser of Children." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Groves Conference on Marriage and the Family, London, England, July 1620. Published in Contemporary Family Therapy, 10, 1988, 216234.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1986, July). "Reliability and Validity of DecisionMaking in a MultiDisciplinary Incest Treatment Team." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Groves Conference on Marriage and the Family, London, England, July 1620, 1986. Published in Child Abuse & Neglect, 12, 1988, 231239.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1985, May). "The Sexually Abused Girl's Account of Her Own Sexual Abuse." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. Published under the title "Sexually Abused Girls' Knowledge of Sexual Abuse and Sexuality," Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1, 1986 209225.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1984, March). "The Familial Context of Child Sexual Abuse." Paper presented at the Midwest Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Des Moines, IA, March 1416. A revised section of this paper was published as "Does the Mother Always Know?" Response to the Victimization of Women and Children, 7, 1984, 24.

Gilgun, Jane F. (1983, November). "Toward an Explanation of Child Sexual Abuse Using Life Course Theory and TheoryGuided Research." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Chicago, IL, November 18-20.

PAPERS AND WORKSHOPS PRESENTED AT INVITATIONAL CONFERENCES

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2004, March).  “Qualitative Practice Evaluation.”  A full-day post-conference workshop presented at the First Brazilian International Conference on Qualitative Methods, Taubaté, Sčo Paulo, Brazil, March 25.

 

Gilgun, Jane F. (2004, March).  “Guidelines for Evaluating Qualitative Dissertations.”  A paper and 3-hour workshop presented at the First Brazilian International Conference on Qualitative Methods, Taubaté, Sčo Paulo, Brazil, March 25.

 

“Applying Research on Risk & Resilience to Assessment of Children with Sexual Behaviour Problems.” Conference on Working Holistically with Young People who Sexually Harm, Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom, June 26, 2003. 

 

                  “The Best Practice of Evidence-Based Practice.”  .”  Conference on Working Holistically with Young People who Sexually Harm, Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom, June 27, 2003.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l996, June). "Mapping Resilience as Process." A paper presented at the Invitational Conference on Resiliency in Families: Qualitative Approaches, sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 16-18, 1996.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l991, August). "Hand into Glove: The Grounded Theory Approach and Social Work Practice Research," a paper presented at the Research Conference on Qualitative Methods in social Work Practice Research, Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York at Albany, August 23-14, 1991. Published in Sherman & Reid (l994), cited above.

Gilgun, Jane F. (l989, October). Discovery-Oriented, Qualitative Methods Relevant to Longitudinal Research on Child Abuse and Neglect, a paper presented at the Research Forum on Issues in the Longitudinal Study of Child Maltreatment, October 15-18, 1989, Toronto Canada, Sponsored by the Institute for the Prevention of Child Abuse, Toronto, Canada, published in Starr & Wolf (l991), cited above.

KEYNOTE & PLENARY SPEECHES

 

Working with Young People Who Have Sexual Behaviour Problems: Lessons from Research on Risk and Resilience.”  Conference on Working Holistically with Young People who Sexually Harm, Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom, June 26, 2003.

 

“Wimps, Punks, and Sissies: The Roles of Men in the Prevention of Family Violence.”  Third annual fatherhood summit, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND.  May 22, 2003

 

“Detecting the Potential for Violence,” keynote speech, Minnesota Corrections Association Fall Training Institute, Duluth, MN,  October 25, 2002.

 

"Methods of Theory Development," plenary session, Preconference Workshop on Theory Construction and Research Methodology, National Conference on Family Relations, November 7, 2001.

 

"Fostering Resilience in Children and Youth Who Have Experienced Abuse and Neglect," keynote speech at a workshop on Resilience in Foster and Adopted Children, sponsored by the Banyan Family Center/Adoption Support Project, the Department of Child and Family Studies, Florida Mental Health Institute, and the Florida Department of Children and Families, June 19, 2001.

 

"Model Models: Research-Based Practice for Practitioners," a plenary panel presented at Integrating Best Practices: Creating a New Paradigm for Sexually Abusive Youth, 16th Annual Conference, National Adolescent Perpetration Network, Kansas City, MO, May 5-7, 2001.

 

"A Guided Tour of Risk Assessment in Child Welfare," Keynote Speech, Third Annual Child Welfare Conference, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN, April 10, 2000.

 

"If Jesse Ventura Can be Elected Governor of Minnesota, Just Think What Actions of Social Workers Can Do," Keynote Speech, Conference on Social Action and Research, Rhode Island College, Providence, R. I., May 18, 1999.

 

"We'll Do It Our Way: The Past and Future of Social Work Research," Invited Brown Foundation Lecture in Research, Smith College, School for Social Work, Northampton

OTHER CONFERENCE ACTIVITY

 

Program Chair, National Conference on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ, Nov. 2005.

 

Chair, English-Speaking Session, First Brazilian International Conference on Qualitative Research,

Taubaté, Sčo Paulo, Brazil, March 23-26, 2004.

 

Roundtable Presenter, “Violence and Qualitative Methods,” First Brazilian International Conference on Qualitative Methods, Taubaté, Sčo Paulo, Brazil, March 25, 2004.

 

Roundtable Presenter, "Analyzing Qualitative Data," National Council on Family Relations, Irvine, CA, November 1999.

Presenter, "Risk and Protective Factors: Guideposts for Assessment and Treatment Evaluation of Children Who are Sexually Aggressive and their Families," invited Pre-Conference Seminar, at the Conference on Adolescent Sex Offenders, sponsored by the Kempe National Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, Minneapolis, MN, March 31, 1996.

Roundtable Presenter, "Modified Analytic Induction," National Council on Family Relations, Portland OR, November 16, 1995

Discussant, Caring for Families Past and Future, a paper session sponsored by the Family and Health Section, National Council on Family Relations, Portland, OR, November 15-18, 1995.

Co-presenter, "The Fragile Relationships Between Victims and Perpetrators," workshop with Ann Ahlquist at the Minnesota Social Service Association Conference, Bloomington, MN, March 15, 1995.

"Modified Analytic Induction: Hypothesis Testing Using Qualitative Data," invited workshop at the First Annual Conference, Qualitative Research in Education, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, March 11, 1995.

Roundtable Discussant, Children's Summit, sponsored by the Consortium on Children, Youth, and Families, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, October 28, 1993.

Member, Planning Committee, Minnesota Association of Sex Abuse Treatment Professionals Conference on "From Coffin to Cocoon: The Treatment of Sexual Abuse from a Jungian Perspective," a tristate conference, St. Paul, MN, March 5-7. 1991.

Member, Planning Committee, Minnesota Roundtable, Center for Early Education and Development and Department of Early Childhood Studies, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Winter and Spring 1990.

Moderator, Delegate Assembly Forum on Child Protection, Minnesota Social Service Association, Bloomington, MN, December 1, 1989.

Presider, national meeting of the Qualitative Family Research Network, National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference, November 1989-1994, New Orleans, LA.

Member, planning committee of a tristate conference entitled Beyond Talk Therapy: An Innovative Approach to Working with Adult Sex Offenders, October 16-18, 1989, St. Paul, MN, sponsored by the Minnesota Association of Sexual Abuse Professionals.

Moderator, Conference on Child Protection in Minnesota: The Legislator, the Practitioner, the PressCan There be a Meeting of the Minds? September 15, 1989, Brooklyn Center, MN, Sponsored by the Minnesota Social Services Association.

Member, planning committee of conference on Male Sexual Abuse Victims and Offenders: Controversies in Treatment, October 2728, 1988, Minneapolis, MN, sponsored by the Minnesota Association of Sex Offender Treatment Professionals. This was a national conference with 190 attendees from throughout the country and Europe, and it was the first conference ever held on male victims of sexual abuse.

Discussant, Conference on Empiricism in Clinical Practice: Present and Future, State University of New York at Albany, August 18-21, 1988.

Member, panel on qualitative family research, National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, November 1986, Dearborn, MI.