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April 4, 2016
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May 16, 2012
"Dating Norms and Dating Violence Among Ninth Graders in Northeast Georgia"
Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Oct. 14, 2011
School of Social Work partners with the College of Public Health to offer dual degree
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UGA School of Social Work and College of Public Health partner in MSW/M.P.H. dual degree
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Patricia Reeves

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279 Williams Street, Rm 123
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Phone: (706) 542-5451

Teaching Specialties
Human Behavior Theory
Social Work and Health Care
Qualitative Research Methods
Adult Development and Adult Learning Theory

Research Interests
Psychosocial Issues of Individuals Living with HIV/AIDS
Social Work Education
Aggression/Dating Violence in Adolescence
Methodological and Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research


Patricia Reeves

Ph.D. Adult Education, University of Georgia
MSW, Social Work, University of Alabama
B.A., Family and Children's Services, Auburn University

Patricia Reeves' teaching and research interests focus on issues pertaining to psychosocial development during adolescence and adulthood, particularly the coping issues/processes of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and the protective/risk factors associated with violence and academic failure in adolescence. Reeves teaches in both the MSW and Ph.D. programs and brings a variety of social work practice experience to the School of Social Work, including medical social work and school social work.

Selected Publications

Reeves, T. C., & Reeves, P. M. (2015). Educational technology research in a VUCA world. Educational Technology, 55(2), 26-30.

Reeves, T. C., & Reeves, P. M. (2015). Reorienting educational technology research from things to problems. Learning: Research and Practice, 1(1), 91-93. doi: 10.1080/23735082.2015.1008120

Reeves, T. C., & Reeves, P. M. (2015). Learning. In L. Cantoni & J. A. Danowski (Eds.), Communication and technology: Handbook of communication science (pp. 467-483). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.