Series I: Personal materials
Curriculum Vitae, 1993
University of Toronto, Transcripts, 1965
Awards & Recognitions
University of Toronto Retirement Service Award, 1992 May
Certificate to Norma Lang in appreciation of her distinguished service and contribution within the community of Social Work, 1992 Oct.
[Diploma] Bachelor of Social Work, University of Toronto, 1951 Jun. OVERSIZE
[Diploma] Master of Social Work, University of Toronto, 1955 Nov. OVERSIZE
[Plaque] Recognition of “Teaching Excellence” from the Faculty and Social Work students, 1992
Reception to Honour Dr. NL on the occasion of her retirement, 1992 June
A Tribute to Norma Lang AASWG Symposium 2000
Series II: works
Sub-Series A: Works by NCL
A broad-range of Practice in the Social Work Group 1970
A Broad-Range Model of Practice in the Social Work Group, 1972
In: The Social Service Review, v.46, no.1 (Marc. 1972)
A comparative examination of therapeutic uses of groups in social work and in adjacent human service professions: part I – the literature from 1955-1968, 1979?
A comparative examination of therapeutic uses of groups in social work and in adjacent human service professions: part I – the literature from 1955-1968
In: Social Work with Groups, v.2, no.2 (Summer 1979)
A comparative examination of therapeutic uses of groups in social work and in adjacent human service professions: part II – the literature from 1969-1978, 1979
A comparative examination of therapeutic uses of groups in social work and in adjacent human service professions: part II – the literature from 1969-1978
In: Social Work with Groups, v.2, no.3 (Fall 1979)
Concurrent Interventions in Multiple Domains: the Essence of Social Work with Groups.
In: Social Work with Groups, v.27, no.1 (2004). Available online at: http://www.olc.edu/~jolson/socialwork/OnlineLibrary/Lang,%202005_%20concurrent%20interventions%20in%20multiple%20domains_%20the%20essence%20of%20social%20work%20with%20groups.pdf
An experiential methodology, using the Classroom Group in teaching qualitative research methods, n.d.
The Group as a Unit for social work practice, chapter II
Linking Practice Theory with the Actualities of Group Life and Worker Intervention in Social Work with Groups November 22, 1980
A Method of Linking Practice Theory with the actualities of group interaction and worker intervention in Social Work, 1980
The Nature of Influence: an interaction process: Social Psychological Concepts Relevant to Social Work, n.d.
The Nature of the Social Work Group 1965
The Place of group autonomy in Social Work Groups / co. Elizabeth Lewis, 1987
The Role of the Change Agent in Planned Organizational Change, n.d.
A selection of the group form for service delivery: an exploration of the literature on group use in Social Work / co. Dr. Margaret E. Hartford, 1969
A selection of the group form for service delivery: an exploration of the literature on group use in Social Work / co. Dr. Margaret E. Hartford, 1975
The selection of the small group for service delivery.
In: Social Work with Groups, vo.13, no.3 (Fall 1978)
Social Work Practice in small social forms: identifying collectivity, 1987
Social Work Practice in small social forms: some unacknowledged entities (Paper prepared for presentation at the Third Annual Symposium on Social Work, Hartford, CT), 1981
Some defining characteristics of the social work group: unique social form, 1979
Summary of the Group Dynamics Course
Sub-Series A: School Papers by NCL
[Outline for research projects], 1951-52
Analysis of Committee of Teen Timers Club, 1951
Applicability of case work techniques in the field of Group Work, n.d.
An application of two personality theories 1968
The Arnold case: what his problem is…, 1952
Common factors producing indigenous leadership [Report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of M.S.W.], 1955 Aug.
The community of Toronto: a study of needs and services, n.d.
Conceptions of Teaching in Education and Social Work March 10, 1969
Dynamic Administration in Social Work, 1950
Evaluation of Thesis by Blackburn and McGrath “One hundred graduates of Browmanville Training School,” 1952
A Fourth Model of Social Group Work: A Model from Practice, 1967
Jerry’s problem, 1952
Mercer Reformatory, 1952
A Model of teaching derived from the classroom May 30, 1969
PhD Research study, 1971
Psychiatry and Social Group Work, 1951
The role of the Executive, 1952
A small professionalized Organizational form: an Exploration of Its Nature and Its Rationalization 1969
The Snow Queen and the Bobbysocksers, 1951
Social worker actions in response to group conditions representing three group forms. PhD dissertation, 1972
Therapeutic uses of Groups, 1969
What I have learned about helping people, 1952
Why the Schedule is preferable to the Questionnaire in surveying the Recreational needs of the aged, 1951
Sub-Series : Teaching
Chase, S.; Schnurr, S. A Handbook for beginning practitioners on how to start a group, 1980 Dec.
Field practicum manual, 1991
The funday group, 1962?
Home, A.M. Change in women’s consciousness-raising groups: a study of four types of change and of some factors associated with them, 1978
Outline for research prospectus, 1961-1980
Sullivan, N. Proposal for comprehensive paper [submitted to Dr. N. Lang], 1992 Jun.
-------. Toward a “family-like” conceptualization of group in social work: seeing the “group-like” features in family, 1993 Feb.
SWK 4602, University of Toronto, Faculty of Social Work, n.d.
SWK 4602, University of Toronto, 1990 Fall
Sub-Series C: Works by others
Allen-Meares, P.; Lane, B.A. Social work practice: integrating qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques.
In: Social Work, v.35, no.5 (Sept. 1990)
Anatomy of research, 1973
Andrews, J. The Legacy of Ruby Parnell and Social Group Work, 2001 Oct.
Bassoff, B.Z. Putting the plan to work, 1962 Jan. GWP
Beckerman, A.H. Practitioner-research: theoretical orientation and casebook: draft, 1979
Beckerman, A.H. Practitioner-research: the experiment continue, 1989
Bernstein, S. Groups and group work, n.d.
-------. Group supervision of social work students, 1962
Bundy , R.W. The Learning Process in Field Work for first-year students in groups, 1950
Byles, J. Creative Arts: Bibliography and Supply List
See S.W. 142 Creative Arts, 1961-62
-------. General organization of programme for various age levels…
See S.W. 142 Use of Program Content in Group Work
Coyle, G.A. Concepts relevant to helping the family as a group
In: Social Casework, v. 43, no.7 (July 1962)
-------. New insights available to the social worker from the social sciences, v.26, no.3 (Sep. 1952)
-------. Some basic assumptions about social group work, 1957 GWP
-------. A study of group process, 1961. GWP
Faculty expectations for the beginning social group worker in direct service to group, 1960? GWP
Falck, H.S. Social group work and planned change, 1964
-------. The use of groups in the practice of social work
In: Social Casework, (Feb. 1963)
Farina, J. General organization of programme for various age levels…
See S.W. 142 Use of Program Content in Group Work
Feil, N.W. Group therapy in a home for the aged.
In: The Gerontologist, v.7, no.3 (Sep. 1967)
Field Work Instructors’ Institute on Teaching Methods in Field Work 1962
Fisher, R. Social group work in group service agencies, 1959 GWP
Games from Creative Arts 1957-1958
Garland, J.A., Jones H.E., Kolodny, R.L. A model for stages of development in social work group.
In: Explorations in Group Work, 1965
Gold, B.H.; Pins, A.M. Effective preparation for Jewish community center work.
In: Journal of Jewish Communal Service, v.39, no.2 (Winter 1962) GWP
Hartford, M.E. Curriculum sequence for the preparation of social workers competent to practice with people in groups or Social Group Work Practice: [study program], 1967
-------. Curriculum sequence for the preparation of social workers competent to practice with people in groups or Social Group Work Practice, 1968
-------. Effecting Value Change in Race Relations through Group Service Agencies 1965
In: Social work Practice, 1965
-------. Frame of reference for social group work, 1963 GWP
-------. Methods of teaching group work in an integrated social work curriculum, 1959
-------. Social group work 1930 to 1960, the search for a definition [draft], n.d. GWP
-------. Teaching methodology for the preparation of social workers for the future, 1972
-------. Use of group Methods in Social Work Practice with Emphasis on the group, n.d.
-------. Use of Social Group Work method in helping members accept differences [corrected], 1964 GWP
-------. Use of Social Group Work in helping members accept differences, 1964
In: Social Work Practice, 1964
How recreation service helps in the development of healthy personalities, 1957
In: Recreation and informal Education Service by Gertrude Wilson, 1951
See Garland, J.A. A model for stages…
Katz, G. Group assertiveness training with psychiatric inpatients, 1982
Klein, A.F. Current development in social work group, n.d. GWP
See Garland, J.A. A model for stages…
Konopka , G. The Generic and the Specific in Group Work Practice in the Psychiatric Setting, n.d.
-------. Group work in psychiatric settings, 1961
-------. Social group work and mental health, 1957
Krehm, I. Folk Dance Leadership Course 1964
-------. Use of Dancing in Social group work practices
See S.W. 142 Creative Arts
Latimer, E.A. The value component in the everyday life of social services delivery: a beginning phase, 1978
Lazarsfeld, P.; Barton, A. Qualitative measurement in the social sciences: classification, typologies and indices.
In: The policy sciences. Stanford, Cal.: Stanford University Press, 1951
Leadership in a Democracy
In: The journal of educational sociology, v.17, no.7 (March 1944)
Lewis, E. Practice with Task and Action Groups Readings (1), 1972-1973
Lewis, E. Social group work in the administration of group services, or, The “Rarely” group worker, n.d. GWP
McBroom, Elizabeth. Helping AFDC families: a comparative study
In: Social Service Review, Dec. 1965
McBroom, Elizabeth. The socialization of parents, 1967
Middleman, R.R. Constructivism, power and social work with groups, n.d.
See Wood, G.G.
-------. The issue (s) of group work: groupness, 1986
-------. Skills for working with groups at the group level, 1989
Morgan, J.S. Writing some notes on written work compiled for the use of students, 1948
Perlman, H.H. --- And gladly teach
In: Education for social work (Spring 1967)
Pins, A.M. Effective preparation for Jewish community center work
See Gold, B.H.
Robinson, J.F. Behavioral categories = Patterns of defense, n.d.
Ryland, G. Factors to be considered in joint planning for program by public and voluntary agencies, 1962
-------. The family as a Unit of Service
See Wilson, G., 1964
-------. Major characteristics of social classes in American society…
See Wilson, G.1954
Schwartz, W. The social worker in the group, 1959 GWP
Seguin, M.M. Social group worker as key figure in the group service agency, 1959 GWP
Shapiro, B.Z. Grace Longwell Coyle: contributions to the Philosophy and practice of Social work, 1965
Steinberg, B. Music in groups
See S.W. 142 Use of Program Content in Group Work: Music in Groups, 1960
S.W. 142 Creative Arts: Bibliography and supply list by J. Byles, 1961-62
S.W. 142 Creative Arts: Use of Dancing in Social Group Work Practice by Mrs. Ivy Krehm, 1961
S.W. 142 Use of Program Content in Group Work: General organization of programme for various age levels on the playground by J. Farina and J. Byles, 1959
S.W. 142 Use of Program Content in Group Work: Music in Groups by B. Steinberg, 1960
Theory building in social group work, 1960
The Village news, 1963
Vinter, R.D. Client affiliations outside the Treatment Group, 1963
The warmups manual, 1983
Wilson, G. The family as a unit of service, 1964
-------. The implications of current trends toward integration in the behavioral sciences for the practice of social work, 1961
-------. Inter-agency referrals (UC. School of Social Work. Certificate program in the Social Services), 1954
-------. Major characteristics of social classes in American society and their implications to the practice of social group work, 1954
-------. The practice of social group work: summary of the report, 1956
-------. Retooling – regearing our services to groups, 1962?
-------. Responsibility for community problem solving, 1964
-------. The significance of small groups, 1962
-------. Social group work theory and practice viewed against new trends and developments, n.d.
-------. The social group worker in public recreation, 1955
-------. The use of group methods in the practice of social casework, n.d.
Witt, J.; Campbell, M.; Witt, P. A Manual of therapeutic group activities for leisure education, 1974
Wood, G.G., Middleman, R. Constructivism, power and social work with groups, n.d.
Working papers toward a frame of reference for social group work, 1964
Series III: Social Work Group Practice
EDC’s writings, 1963
Exercise in Skill of Composing Groups, n.d.
Folio of designs, n.d.??
Group work practice to advance social competence by Norma Lang: Publicity
The Hartley-Salmon Child Guidance Clinic Fact Sheet 1962
Notes ms, n.d.
Norma Lang and Betty Lewis discussion on group autonomy (Cassette), 1987 Feb.
Norma Lang and Betty Lewis discussion on group autonomy (Cassette), 1986 Apr.
Presentation to Pat Slate’s class research (cassette), 1987
Tie Dying Sample, n.d.
Series IV: Photographs
Portraits - oversize
Pictures of the Reception to honor Dr. Norma Lang on her Retirement June 24, 1992