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Canadian Excellence

Eli Teram



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email: Eli Teram
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Publications (last 10 years)



Teram E. (In press). Integrating grounded theory and action research. In D. Coghlan, & M. Brydon-Miller (Eds.), Sage Encyclopedia of Action Research. London: Sage.

Fine, M., & Teram, E. (2013). Overt and covert ways of responding to moral injustices in social work practice: Heroes & mild mannered social work bipeds. British Journal of Social Work, 43: 1312-1329.

Teram, E. (2012). The politics of structuring interorganizational collaboration and the selection of “good clients.” A Teaching Case. E-PARCC: Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration, the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. (Honorable mention winner). http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/parcc/eparcc/cases/2012_3_Case-Teram/

Hovey, A., Stalker, C. A.,Schachter, C. L., Teram, E. & Lasiuk, G. (2011) Practical Ways Psychotherapy Can Support Physical Healthcare Experiences for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 20: 1, 37 — 57.

Teram, E. (2010). Organizational Change Within Morally Ambiguous Contexts: A Case Study of Conflicting Postmerger Discourses. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 46(1): 38-54.

Brazil, M. & Teram E. (2010).  Collaboration Gone Awry: A Struggle for Power and Control over Service Delivery in the Non-Profit Sector. The Case -- The Action Committee Collaboration Initiative. E-PARCC: Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration, the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/parcc/eparcc/cases/2009_1_Case/

Brazil, M. & Teram E. (2010). Collaboration Gone Awry: A Struggle for Power and Control over Service Delivery in the Non-Profit Sector.  A Simulation - Exploring Perspectives of Individual Collaborating Organizations. E-PARCC: Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration, the Maxwell School at Syracuse University http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/parcc/eparcc/simulations/2009_2_Simulation/

Teram, E. (2009). Integrating independent case studies. In A. J. Mills, G. Durepos, & E. Wiebe (Eds.), Encyclopedia of case study research (pp. 475-479). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Teram, E. (2009). Re-Analysis of previous data. In A. J. Mills, G. Durepos, & E. Wiebe (Eds.), Encyclopedia of case study research (pp. 785-788). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Teram, E. & Ungar, M. (2009). Not just the master discourse: A case for holistic case studies of youth resilience. In L. Liebenberg, & M. Ungar (Eds.), Researching youth resilience (pp. 103-128). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Fine, M., & Teram, E. (2009). Believers and skeptics: Where social workers situate themselves regarding the code of ethics. Ethics & Behavior , 19 (1), 60-78.

Stalker, C.A., Schachter, C.L., Teram, E. & Lasiuk, G. (2009). Client-centred care: Integrating the perspectives of childhood sexual abuse survivors and clinicians. In V. Banyard, V. Edwards, & K. Kendall-Tackett (Eds.) Trauma and Physical Health. Understanding the effects of extreme stress and of psychological harm. New York: Routledge, pp.163-201.

Schachter, C. L., Stalker, C. A., Teram, E., Lasiuk, G. & Danilkewich, A. (2009). Handbook on sensitive practice for health care practitioners: Lessons from adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Ottawa: Family Violence Prevention Unit, Health Canada. http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/ncfv-cnivf/pdfs/nfntsx-handbook_e.pdf

Schachter, C. L., Teram, E, Stalker, CA, & Milroy, P. (2007). Sensitive practice:  Working with adult survivors of childhood violence. Canadian Chiropractor, 12(7), 28-31.

Teram, E., Schachter, C., Stalker, C., Hovey, A. & Lasiuk, G. (2006). Towards malecentric communication: Sensitizing health professionals to the realities of male childhood sexual abuse survivors. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 27, 499-517.

Teram, E. & Igra, U. (2005). Crazy versus epoxy glueing: Control and trust in the merger of human service organizations. Administration in Social Work, 29, 45-61.

Ungar, M. & Teram, E. (2005). Qualitative resilience research: Contributions and risks. In M. Ungar (Ed.), A handbook for Working with Children and Youth: Pathways to Resilience Across Cultures and Contexts (pp. 149-164). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Teram, E., Schachter, C. L. & Stalker, C. A. (2005). The case for integrating grounded theory and participatory action research: Empowering clients to inform professional practice. Qualitative Health Research, 15, 1129-1140.

Stalker, C., Carruthers, D., Teram, E., & Schachter, C.L. (2005). The aftermath of childhood sexual abuse: How it can affect the experience of dental care. The Journal of the American Dental Association, 136, 1277-1281.

Schachter, C. L., Teram E. & Stalker, C. A. (2004). Integrating grounded theory and participatory research to develop sensitive practice with childhood sexual abuse survivors. In K. W. Hammell & C. Carpenter (Eds.) Qualitative research in evidence-based rehabilitation (pp. 77-88). Edinburah: Harcourt.

Schachter, C. L., Radomsky N., Stalker, C. A. & Teram E. (2004). Women survivors of child sexual abuse: How can health professionals promote healing? Canadian family physician, 50, 405-412.