Evidence from Social Service Enhancement Projects: Selected Cases from Norway's HUSK Project
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This is an author's accepted manuscript of an article published in johannessen, a., & eide, s. b. (2015). evidence from social service enhancement projects: selected cases from norway's h u s k project. journal of evidence-informed social work, 12(1), 7-31. [copyright taylor & francis], available online at: http://www.tandfonline.com/10.1080/15433714.2014.954939.
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Original versionJohannessen, A., & Eide, S. B. (2015). Evidence from social service enhancement projects: Selected cases from Norway's HUSK project. Journal of evidence-informed social work, 12(1), 7-31. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15433714.2014.954939
Through this article the authors describe the social service context of the HUSK (The University Research Program to Support Selected Municipal Social Service Offices) projects and briefly describe 10 of the 50 projects funded throughout the country. The welfare state context for the cases and the criteria for case selection are also provided. The 10 cases are organized into three categories that feature the role of dialogue, educational innovation, and service innovation. These cases provide the foundation for the analysis and implications located in the subsequent articles of the special issue.