Samantha Teixeira, MSW, PhD
Samantha Teixeira, MSW, PhD
Assistant Professor, Boston College
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Sustainable social work: An environmental justice framework for social work education
S Teixeira, A Krings
Social Work Education 34 (5), 513-527, 2015
Early-life air pollution exposure, neighborhood poverty, and childhood asthma in the United States, 1990–2014
N Kravitz-Wirtz, S Teixeira, A Hajat, B Woo, K Crowder, D Takeuchi
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (6), 1114, 2018
Qualitative geographic information systems (GIS): An untapped research approach for social work
S Teixeira
Qualitative Social Work 17 (1), 9-23, 2018
“It Seems Like No One Cares” Participatory Photo Mapping to Understand Youth Perspectives on Property Vacancy
S Teixeira
Journal of Adolescent Research 30 (3), 390-414, 2015
The power of prevention and youth voice: A strategy for social work to ensure youths’ healthy development
L Sprague Martinez, K Richards-Schuster, S Teixeira, A Augsberger
Social Work 63 (2), 135-143, 2018
Beyond broken windows: Youth perspectives on housing abandonment and its impact on individual and community well-being
S Teixeira
Child Indicators Research 9 (3), 581-607, 2016
Residential segregation and racial/ethnic disparities in ambient air pollution
B Woo, N Kravitz-Wirtz, V Sass, K Crowder, S Teixeira, DT Takeuchi
Race and social problems 11 (1), 60-67, 2019
Mapping the racial inequality in place: Using youth perceptions to identify unequal exposure to neighborhood environmental hazards
S Teixeira, A Zuberi
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (9), 844, 2016
Data-driven organizing: A community–university partnership to address vacant and abandoned property
S Teixeira, JM Wallace
Journal of Community Practice 21 (3), 248-262, 2013
Community-based research: Rationale, methods, roles, and considerations for community practice
ML Ohmer, JL Sobek, SN Teixeira, JM Wallace Jr, VB Shapiro
The handbook of community practice, 791-808, 2013
Teaching note—Tweeting macro practice: Social media in the social work classroom
S Teixeira, KM Hash
Journal of Social Work Education 53 (4), 751-758, 2017
Barrios, ghettos, and residential racial composition: Examining the racial makeup of neighborhood profiles and their relationship to self-rated health
JM Booth, S Teixeira, A Zuberi, JM Wallace Jr
Social science research 69, 19-33, 2018
Youth-led participatory photo mapping to understand urban environments
S Teixeira, R Gardner
Children and Youth Services Review 82, 246-253, 2017
Macro interventions and their influence on individual and community well-being
KM Ferguson, S Teixeira, LJ Wernick, S Burghardt
Journal of Social Work 18 (6), 679-702, 2018
Preventing violence in disadvantaged communities: Strategies for building collective efficacy and improving community health
ML Ohmer, S Teixeira, J Booth, A Zuberi, D Kolke
Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 26 (7-8), 608-621, 2016
Employing people with disabilities: A preliminary assessment of a start-up initiative
H Yamatani, S Teixeira, K McDonough
Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 25 (8), 830-842, 2015
The future of environmental social work: Looking to community initiatives for models of prevention
S Teixeira, J Mathias, A Krings
Journal of Community Practice 27 (3-4), 414-429, 2019
Child health in low‐income neighborhoods: The unexpected relationship with neighborhood disorder and other aspects of distress
A Zuberi, S Teixeira
Journal of Community Psychology 45 (4), 459-472, 2017
Using local data to address abandoned property: lessons learned from a community health partnership
S Teixeira, D Kolke
Progress in community health partnerships: research, education, and action …, 2017
‘There are a Lot of Good Things that Come Out of it at the End’: Voices of Resilience in Youth Formerly in Foster Care During Emerging Adulthood
K Hokanson, SE Neville, S Teixeira, E Singer, SC Berzin
Child Welfare 97 (6), 233-249, 2019
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