Biography

David Howe is Emeritus Professor of Social Work. After an early career as a child care officer and social worker, in 1976 David Howe began his present career as a university researcher and teacher. Although he formally retired in 2010 he continues to write and lecture nationally and internationally.

 

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Howe, D.

(2015)

Bindung uber die Lebensspanne

Junfermann Verlag

ISBN 978-3-95571-054-5

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Howe, D.

(2014)

Empathy: what it is and why it matters (Polish translation): Warsaw Poland

Palgrave MacMillan

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Howe, D.

(2014)

Empathy: what it is and why it matters (Turkish translation): Istanbul Turkey

Palgrave MacMillan

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Howe, D.

(2014)

Empathy: what it is and why it matters (Korean translation): Seoul South Korea

Palgrave MacMillan

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Howe, D.

(2014)

The Compleat Social Worker

Palgrave/Macmillan

ISBN 978-1137469465

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Howe, D.

(2014)

Attachment and Social Work

Routledge

pp. 166-283

ISBN 9780415706124, 9780415706117

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Howe, D.

(2013)

Relating theory to practice

Blackwell

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Howe, D.

(2013)

Attachment theory: In M. Davies (ed)

Wiley-Blackwell

pp. 417-9

ISBN 978-1118451724

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Howe, D.

(2012)

Empathy, what it is and why it matters

Palgrave MacMillan

ISBN 9781137276421

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Howe, D.

(2012)

Attachment Theory

Sage

pp. 75-87

ISBN 978-1446208601

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Howe, D.

(2011)

Attachment across the lifecourse: a brief introduction

Palgrave MacMillan

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Howe, D.

(2011)

Attachment theory and social relationships

Routledge

pp. 73-81

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Howe, D.

(2011)

The experiences of Jordanian care leavers making the transition from residential care to adulthood: the influence of a patriarchal and collectivist culture

in Children and Youth Services Review

33.

pp. 2469-2474

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Howe, D.

(2011)

A Brief Introduction to Social Work Theory (Polish translation): Warsaw Poland

Palgrave MacMillan

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Howe, D.

(2011)

A Brief Introduction to Social Work Theory (Chinese translation): Taipei Taiwan

Palgrave MacMillan

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Howe, D.

(2011)

A Brief Introduction to Social Work Theory (Japanese translation): Tokyo Japan

Palgrave MacMillan

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Howe, D.

(2010)

The safety of children and the parent-worker relationship in cases of child abuse and neglect

in Child Abuse Review

19.

pp. 330-341

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Howe, D.

(2010)

ADHD and its comorbidity: an example of gene-environment interaction and its implication for child and family social work

in Child and Family Social Work

15.

pp. 265-275

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Howe, D.

(2010)

Psicoterapia evolutiva dell' Attacccamento con bambini in affido e in adozione

Rafello Cortina

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Howe, D.

(2009)

Adopters, adoption and adopted children

Berghan Books

pp. 194-212

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Key Research Interests

The problem of child abuse and neglect has been a subject of concern and interest since David Howe's days as a child care officer. A developmental and attachment perspective has informed David Howe's research and writing in this field. David has a strong commitment to translating the findings of research into practice. Working closely with practitioners over many years has helped David Howe to produce evolving models of assessment and intervention. As many abused and neglected children are eventually placed for adoption, David's research interests have also extended into the world of permanent placement. The study of adoption outcomes, including search and reunion experiences in adulthood, has run in parallel with David Howe's child maltreatment research. More recently, an appreciation of children's emotional development has expanded into a more general interest in emotional intelligence and empathy including the part that emotional intelligence plays in the conduct of sound social work practice. Possessed of the belief that there is nothing so practical as a good theory, the role of social work theory runs through most of David Howe's research and writing.