Sydney Duder's Publications
Duder, S.(2007). Using sibling data still finds no treatment
effect of family group conferencing on child welfare outcomes. Centre of
Excellence for Child Welfare, Research Watch newsletter, April 19, 2007.
Lechman, C, Duder,S., (2006). Psychosocial severity, Length of Stay and the Role of Social Work Services. Social Work in Health Care. Vol.43(4), 1-13.
Speirs, C.C., Duder, S., & Sullivan, R. (2005). Mediated reunions in adoption: Findings from an evaluation study. Child Welfare, LXXXIV(6), 843-866.
Keefler, J., Duder, S., & Lechman, C. (2001). Predicting length of stay in an acute care hospital: The role of psychosocial problems. Social Work in Health Care, 33(2), 1-16.
Speirs, C.C., Duder, S., Carin, A., Lacroix, J. & Mayhew, C. (2000). Permanency planning: Changes In agency structure can make it work better. Canadian Social Work, 2(2), 105-117.
Speirs, C.C., Duder, S., Grove, J., & Sullivan, R. (2003). Adoptable but still in limbo: The forgotten children in Canada. Child & Youth Care Forum, 32(2), 75-88.
Clarey, D., Speirs, C.C., Duder, S., & Gales, L. (July, 1999) Could the parenting capacity instrument help judges trust social workers? Journal of the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies, 43(2), 21-26.
Duder, S., & Dayagi, S. (1994). Race and the delivery of social services: Black children in substitute care. International Journal of Comparative Family and Marriage, 1(1), 1-16.
Sanschagrin, M.L., Humber, E.B., Speirs, C.C., & Duder, S. (1993). A survey of Quebec pediatricians' attitudes toward donor insemination. Clinical Pediatrics, 32, 226-230.
Cards, Dice and Lifestyles: Gaming a Guaranteed Annual Income”
McGill University (Graduate Faculty Ad Hoc degree), November, 1987