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Bubis, Gerald - Audio Oral History Interview - CSWA ❧ Interviewed by Ben Cohen in January, 1994. An interview with Gerald Bubis as he discusses his entrance into the field of social work overview of his positions held work with Jewish social service relationship between synagogues and social work different phases of his career in social work the establishment of the School of Jewish Communal Service at Hebrew Union College his double master's degree program in social work with USC tension between assimilated and Orthodox Jews application of values (Jewish, for example) to social work methodologies of social work his professors social movements his personal philosophy the influence of social workers on programs and policies his reflections on professional studies and methodologies. ❧ Gerald Bubis obtained an MSW from the University of Minnesota, after experiences from childhood on working as club leader and later for Hillel. Following his graduate study, he was a full time assistant director of Hillel at the University of Minnesota, then sequentially with the Jewish Community Center in Minneapolis, in Oakland, in Long Beach, and in Los Angeles. In 1968, until his retirement 23 years later, he was with the Jewish Communal Service of the Hebrew University Adjacent to the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. There he established that program and, also, a joint degree with the USC School of Social Work leading to an MSW and a master's degree in communal service. This interview describes the establishing of that program and some of the philosophy and views that governed his participation in that program as well as his general professional activities. ❧ Gerald Bubis. Interviewed by Ben Cohen. Date of interview 1-94. Length of interview: 40 minutes. 1 cassette tape (1 duplicate tape). Transcript of interview: 16 pp. ❧ INTERVIEW TOPICS: Entrance into the field of social work his reflections on professional studies and methodologies.
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