Harvey A. Farberman

 

 

 

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    Harvey A. Farberman, Ph.D.
    Professor
    Director, Center for Aging Policy Research
    Phone: (631) 444-3163
    E-mail: Harvey.Farberman@stonybrook.edu

     

     

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    EDUCATION

    Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Mpls. (Sociology)
    A.B., Brooklyn College (Sociology)

     

    AREAS OF INTEREST

    Social Gerontology, Symbolic Interaction, Grounded Theory Methodology.

     

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    Books

    1992  John Johnson, Gary Alan Fine, and Harvey A. Farberman. (eds.)  ADVANCED INTERACTIONIST THEORY. University of California Press.      

    1992  Harvey A. Farberman, Gay Alan Fine, and John Johnson. (eds.)  SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS. University of California Press.     

    1992  Gary Alan Fine, Harvey A. Farberman, and John Johnson. (eds).  SOCIOLOGICAL SLICES. University of California Press.    

    1985  Harvey A. Farberman and R. S. Perinbanayagam (eds.)FOUNDATIONS OF INTERPRETIVE   SOCIOLOGY: ORIGINAL ESSAYS.  University of California Press.  

    1981  Gregory P. Stone and Harvey A. Farberman. (eds.), SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY THROUGH SYMBOLIC INTERACTION. Second Revised Edition,  New York: Wiley and Sons, Inc.

    1973  Harvey A. Farberman and Erich Goode. (eds.). SOCIAL REALITY.  New York:  Prentice-Hall.

    1970  Gregory P. Stone and Harvey A. Farberman. (eds.). SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY THROUGH  SYMBOLIC INTERACTION. Waltham:  Xerox Publishing Co.

     

    Articles

    Harvey A. Farberman, Stephen J. Finch, Beverly P. Horowitz,  Abraham Lurie, Richard Morgan, Jaimie Page. (2003) “A Survey of Family Care Giving to Elders in New York State:  Findings and Implications,” Care Management Journals, 4(3):153-160.  

    Stephen J. Finch, Harvey A. Farberman, Jordan Neus, Richard Adams, Deirdre Price-Baker Price. (2002) “Differential Test Performance in the American Educational System: The Impact of Race and Gender,” The Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. Vol.29, pp. 89-108.

    Harvey A. Farberman, Stephen J. Finch, Paula K. Bergman. (1997) “Confidentiality Vs. Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse: A   Social Work Research Dilemma,” Applied Behavioral Science  Review, 5(1):101-111. 

    Harvey A. Farberman (1975) "A Criminogenic Market Structure:  The Automobile Industry," Sociological Quarterly 16, 4 (Autumn): 438-457.                                                  

     

    SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

    2010    Retention and Recruitment of Direct Care Workers: A Single System Evaluation Design, NYS Office of  People with Developmental Disabilities.

    2006    “Demographic and Socioeconomic Trends Affecting Long-Term Care for the Elderly,” Care Management Certificate Program, New York State Veterans Home.

    2005   ‘Family Care Giving Survey Findings: Prevalence, Types, Intensity, and Repercussions,” Greenville, Mississippi, December. 

    2005    “Informal, Unpaid Family Care Giving: Estimated Market Value and  Workforce Deficits,” Care Management Certificate Program, Stony Brook University, Manhattan.

    2005    “Family Care Giving: A Home-Centered, Consumer-Directed, Policy  Model,” 19th Annual Counseling & Treating people of Color Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico,

    October.

    2004   “Family Care Giving: Demographic and Structural Trends,” 18th Annual Counseling &  Treating    People of Color Conference, Bermuda.

    2004    “A Survey of Family Care Giving to Elders In Suffolk County, New  York: 2003”, Suffolk County Office for the Aging, Long Island, New  York.

    2003    “Informal, Unpaid Care Giving to New York State Elders: A Telephone Survey, 2001,” New York State Office for the Aging,  Albany, NY, May 

     

    SELECTED GRANT ACTIVITY

    2009  Geriatric–In-Home Care: A Single System Multisite Pilot Demonstration Program. NYS State Office for the Aging   ($750,000)

     

    2003  Informal, Unpaid Family Caregiving: A Random Digit Dialing Telephone Survey. Suffolk County Office for the Aging  ($50,000)

     

    2001  Informal, Unpaid Family Caregiving: A Random Digit Dialing Telephone Survey.  NYS Office for the Aging. ($200,000)

     

    AWARDS AND HONORS

    Sigma Xi, Brooklyn College 

    Alpha Kappa Delta, Brooklyn College

    NIMH, Fellow, UC, Berkeley

    President, (Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction)

    Editor, Symbolic Interaction

    Distinguished Service Award, (Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction)

    Annual Distinguished Lecturer, (Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction)

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