RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Cohen, Marcia & Cheryl A. Hyde. (2013). Empowering Workers and Clients for Organizational Change. Chicago: Lyceum Books, Inc.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2012). “Organizational Change Rationales: Exploring Reasons for Multicultural Development in Human Service Agencies,” Administration in Social Work.
Hyde, Cheryl A., Karen Hopkins and Megan Meyer. (2012). "Pre-Capacity Building in Loosely-Coupled University-Community Partnerships," Gateway: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2012). “Ethical Dilemmas in Human Service Management: Identifying and Resolving the Challenges,” Ethics & Social Welfare.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2012). "Challenging Ourselves: Critical Self-Reflection on Power and Privilege." In M. Minkler (Ed.), Community Organizing and Community Building for Health, 3rd Edition. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2010). What's Ethics Got to Do with It? Using Evidence to Inform Management Practice. In M. Roberts-DeGennero and S. Fogel (Eds.) Evidence-based Practice in Organization and Community Settings, pp. 35-53. Chicago: Lyceum Press.
Hyde, Cheryl A. and Megan Meyer. (2010). Does Attitudinal Consensus Lead to Neighborhood Collaboration? An Exploratory Analysis of an Urban Community, Journal of Human Behavior & the Social Environment, 20(1), 56-73.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2008). “Feminist Health Care in a Hostile Environment: A Case Study of the Womancare Health Center.” Social Work in Public Health, 23 (4), 107-125
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2008). “Feminist Social Work Practice.” In T. Mizrahi & L. Davis (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Work, 20th Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2008). “Feminist Approaches to Social Policy.” In J. Midgley, M. Tracy, & M. Livermore (Eds.), Handbook of Social Policy, 2nd edition. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Rosenwald, Mitchell and Cheryl A. Hyde. (2006). “Political Ideologies of Social Workers: An Under Explored Dimension of Practice.” Advances in Social Work 7(2), 14-26.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2006/2000). “The Womens Co-op: The Clash of Two Cultures.” In D. Fauri, E. Netting, & S. Wernet (Eds.), Case Studies in Macro Social Work, 2nd edition, pp. 29-44. Boston: Addison-Wesley-Longman.
RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2013). “The Impact of Environmental and Social Capital on Workforce Training Success for Low-Income Individuals.” Paper presented at the APPAM Research Conference, Washington, D.C.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2013). “Building Capacities and Making Connections: How Context Shapes Training Outcomes.” Presentation at the Welfare Research & Evaluation Conference, Washington, DC.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2012). “Does Social Work Research Ignore Socio-Economic Class?: A Content Analysis of Recent Literature.” Paper presented at the SSWR Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2011). “’We Hope for the Best:’ Ethical Challenges and Resolutions of Human Service Managers.” Paper presented at the National Network of Social Work Managers – Annual Management Institute, Baltimore, MD.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2010). “Ethical Dilemmas in Human Service Management: Identifying and Resolving the Challenges.” Paper presented at the ARNOVA Annual Meeting, Alexandria, VA.
Garg, Karin Eyrich, Cheryl A. Hyde and Sarah Jacobson. (2010). “Violence in the Lives of Homeless Women.” Paper presented at the 138th APHA Annual Meeting, Denver.
Dannenfelser, Paul and Cheryl A. Hyde. (2010). “Class Conflict in the Ivory Tower: Labor-Management Relations in Higher Education.” Paper presented at the How Class Works Conference, SUNY Stonybrook.
Hyde, Cheryl A. and Paul Dannenfelser. (2008). “The Invisibility of Class in Social Work and the Detrimental Impact on Clients, Constituents and the Profession.” Paper presented at the Conference on Working Class Life, SUNY Stonybrook.
Hyde, Cheryl A. (2008). “Framing Organizational Change: Exploring Why and How Human Service Agencies Engage in Multicultural Development.” Paper presented at the Society for Social Work Research Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.