ROBERT SUNLEY Bibliography
1940-42 Monthly "Newsletters" on national affairs; circulated nationally in newspapers on BBC & US radio.
1945-47 Insurance Tax Service and newsletter articles for Prentice Hall, Inc.
1947 Critique. Articles on art and book reviews including translation from Spanish of feature article "Picasso's Guernica" by Lopez-Rey; review of "14 Young American Artists" at Museum of Modern Art.
1948-49 Touchstone Press, introductions to portfolios of works by Hogarth, Bruegel, Van Gogh, Kollwitz, Daumier, Chinese woodcuts.
1950 "The White and the Black." A biography of Clarence King, friend of Henry Adams."Two Ages of Man."Anthologized story, New School for Social Research.
1951 "The Roots of Mariolatry; Four Generations of the Adams Family." Paper.
1953  "History of Child-rearing in the U.S.; 19th century." Paper.
1954 "History of Parent Education in the U.S." Paper.
"Recognition and Understanding of Psychiatric Social Work," in Journal of Psychiatric Social Work.
1955 "Early 19th Century Literature on Child-rearing," Chapter in Childhood in Contemporary Cultures by Margaret Mead. University of Chicago Press. Pioneering work fostering rise of special focus history of child-rearing.
1957 "How Not to Spoil a Child," Child Study, winter 1957-58.
"Mental Health Values in Groups," NAMH Reporter, National Association for Mental Health.
1958 "Child Guidance in the Suburban Culture." Paper.
1966 "How to Help Your Child in School," Public Affairs Pamphlet #381. Used over twenty years, in discussion and study groups in U.S.
1967 "Relationship of Community Agencies to Community Mental Health Centers," Proceedings, Conference on Mental Health Centers, Saratoga, New York.
1968 "New Dimensions in Reaching-out Casework," Social Work, April. Reprinted in numerous journals.
1969 "Thinking Skills-New Programming for After School Groups of Cognitively Deprived Children," presented at Annual Meeting, American Orthopsychiatric Association.
"A New Approach to Goals and Methods in a Family Agency," presented at Annual Meeting, National Conference on Social Welfare.
"How Does an Agency Assess its Purposes and Priorities," presented at Annual Conference on Community Mental Health.
1970 "Family Advocacy: From Case to Cause," Social Casework, June. Widely reprinted. Main text for family advocacy movement, with establishment of family agency advocacy services; new position of family advocate in family and child welfare agencies, U.S. armed forces, etc.
1971 "Thinking Skills as a Group Work Goal," Children, May-June. Article describing innovative program and research findings. Published by United States Children's Bureau.
1972 "Stimulation of Verbal Interaction...," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. Widely reprinted. Demonstration project to raise IQs of deprived children, with initial research findings, subsequent papers and books by others over 25 years.
1975 "Family Financial Counseling in a Time of Economic Crisis," paper for National Association of Social Workers Professional Symposium.
1976 "Guided Experiences: Expanding the Scope of Casework," Paper.
1978 "Advocacy as an Agency Program," "Advocacy Concerned with Local Issues," presentation at National Family Advocacy Conference.
1979 "Financial Counseling for the Elderly," Proceedings National Conference on Financial Counseling, Blacksburg, Virginia
1980 "Home Sharing," Proceedings Conference on New Options for the Aging, Princeton, New Jersey.
1981 "Sexual Response After Hysterectomy," with Drs. Leon and Shirley Zussman, Edith Bjomson, American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
1983 Advocating Today: A Human Service Practitioner's Handbook, Family Service America, 176 pp.
1985 "A New Look at Advocacy," presented at FSA Biennial Conference, Indianapolis. Paper.
1987 Serving the Unemployed & Their Families (with B. William Sheek). FSA, 127 pp.
1988 "The Octagon House, 1850-70." Paper.
1989 "History of Family Service of Nassau County." Paper.
1991 "History of Green Trees Area to 1900." Paper.
1992 "History of Family Service League of Suffolk County." Paper.
1995 We Started With the Children. Book. Published Manhasset, New York.
1997 "Advocacy in the New World of Managed Care," Families in Society.
A Tribute to Leslie George Katz.
Eakins Press. Contributor.
2000 "Black Mountain College: Student Experience in the Early Year. Editor. Collection of thirty-five essays and commentaries. Paper.
2001 "Beyond Full Employment." Paper.
2002 Righting Wrongs: Principles and Methods of Advocacy. Submitted to publishers.

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