A full decade before the 2009 CACREP Standards first introduced outcome-based standards, Vacc and Charkow
(1999) wrote, "If the counseling profession does not develop a standardized paradigm for evaluation of counselor preparation, those outside the counseling profession may impose criteria .
For permission to print and reprint materials for this issue, we thank Virgil Blackwell and James Kendrick at the Amphion Foundation; Natalie Charkow
Hollander; John Ashbery; Paul Zukofslcy; Jonathan W.
, who wrote a "Best of Fringe" adaptation of Virginia Woolf's The Waves in 2010, returns with a play she wrote and directed, On the Other Side of the World, about Jewish refugees in China during World War II.
Jedrzej Tucholski, Katyrn--liczby i motywy, in 5 ZESZYTY KATYNSKIE--II POLWIECZE ZBRODNI: KATYN, TWER, CHARKOW
46, 46-63 (Marek Tarczynski ed.
5 points, shared with Ukrainian Metalist Charkow
Author names were coded to determine which authors were the most frequent contributors to JEC using a weighting system proposed by Charkow
and Juhnke (2001) in which lead authors were apportioned 3 points, second authors were apportioned 2 points, and subsequent authors apportioned 1 point, yielding a simple tally cumulative total and subsequent ordinal ranking.
2010) conducted a publication pattern review of Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development (MECD) from 1990 to 2009; Charkow
and Juhnke (2001) and Juhnke, Bordeau, and Evanoff (2005) for the Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling (from 1979 to 1998 and from 1999 to 2004, respectively); and Streicher and Gerstein (1994) for the Journal of Mental Health Counseling from 1979 to 1992.
(1998) explained four factors influencing the grieving process, which include (a) the significance of the lost relationship, (b) the manner in which the death or trauma occurred, (c) the child's personality, (d) and the child's chronological age and developmental level.
53) Agricola [Alexander Baumeister], Das endlose Gefangnis: Erinnerungen des Finnlanders Georg Kitchin aus den Kerkern der Sowjetunion (Berlin: Nibelungen, 1936); Ernst Ertl, Werkmeister im "Paradies": 4 Jahre im Traktorenwerk Charkow
(Berlin: Nibelungen, 1937).