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John Armstrong (2006). The Application of Social Role Valorization in Supporting People with an Intellectual Disability – An Overview.

pdfJohn Armstrong - SRV and Intellectual Disability - 2006

Darcy Elks & Elizabeth Neuville (2007). Implementing Social Role Valorization across a large human service organization: Les­sons & learning. The SRV Journal, 2(2), 37–44.

pdfDarcy Elks & Elizabeth Neuville Implementing SRV - 2007.pdf

Armstrong, J. (2007). “Wishing on a star”: The problems & solutions of relying on an ‘inclusive society’ to foster & provide a better life for people. The SRV Journal, 2(2), 9–16.pdfArmstrong_Wishing_on_a_Star.pdf

Michael J. Kendrick (2007). Valued Social Roles And The Necessity Of Values Based Leadership, The SRV Journal, 2(1) June 2007.

pdfMichael Kendrick Valued Social Roles and Leadership - 2007.pdf

Raymond A. Lemay (1999). Roles, identities, and expectancies: Positive contributions of role theory to Normalization and Social Role Valorization. In R. J. Flynn & R. A. Lemay (Eds.), A quarter-century of Normalization and Social Role Valorization: Evolution and impact. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa Press. 

pdfRaymond A. Lemay Roles Expectancies and SRV -1999.pdf

Raymond A. Lemay (2001). Good Intentions and Hard Work Are Not Enough: Review of: Levy, P. F., (2001). The Nut Island Effect: When Good Teams Go Wrong. SRV-VRS: The International Social Role Valorization Journal, 4 (1&2), 94-97.

pdfRaymond Lemay Good Intentions are not Enough - 2001.pdf

 Raymond A. Lemay (2006). Social Role Valorization (S.R.V.) Insights Into the Social Integration Conundrum. Mental Retardation, 44(1), 1-12.

pdfRaymond Lemay SRV insights into the Social Integration Conundrum - 2006.pdf

Joe Osburn (2007) An Overview of SRV Theory. The SRV Journal, 1(1), 4-13.

pdfJoe Osburn An Overview of SRV Theory - 2006.pdf

Joe Osburn & Guy Caruso (2011). Some effects of the transition from normalization to Social Role Valorization. The SRV Journal, 6(1), 47–57.

pdfJoe Osburn & Guy Caruso Transition from Normalization to SRV.pdf.

Peter Park (2003) The Difference SRV Made in My Life. International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation, 3(1); SRV Edition.

pdfPeter Park The Difference SRV Made in My Life - 2003.pdf

David G. Race (2003) Valuing People and Valorization: Influences and differences between UK government policy and SRV. International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation, 3(1); SRV Edition.

pdfDavid Race Valuing People and Valorization - 2003.pdf

Deborah E. Reidy (2001) The Trojan Horse Effect: The Client Role and its Impact on Integration. Leadership Perspectives in Developmental Disabilities, 1(3), Spring.

pdfDeborah Reidy The Client Role and its Impact on Integration - 2001.pdf

Ronda A. Schultz (2003) Ageing and SRV - A challenge for the future. International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation, 3(1); SRV Edition.

pdfRonda Schultz SRV and Aging - 2003

Jane Sherwin (2009). Social Role Valorization Theory as a Resource to “Person Centered Planning” The SRV Journal, 4(2), 6–9.

pdfJane Sherwin SRV and Person Centered Planning - 2009.pdf

Sherwin, J. (2011). ‘The desire for friendship comes quickly,
friendship does not’: An exploration of valued roles &
relationships. The SRV Journal, 6(2), 22–31.

pdfThe_Desire_for_Friendship.pdf

Thomas, S. & Wolfensberger, W. (1994). The Importance of Social Imagery in Interpreting Societally Devalued People to the Public. SRV-VRS: The International Social Role Valorization Journal, 1 (1) 35-37.

pdfSusan Thomas & Wolf Wolfensberger - The Importance of Social Imagery - 1994.pdf

Susan Thomas and Wolf Wolfensberger (1999). An overview of Social Role Valorization.  In R. J. Flynn & R. A. Lemay (Eds) A Quarter Century of Normalization and Social Role Valorization: Evolution and Impact. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

pdfSusan Thomas & Wolf Wolfensberger Overview_of SRV - 1999.pdf

Wolfensberger, W. & Thomas, S. (1994). Constraints and Cautions in Formulating Recommendations to a Service, Especially in the Context of an External PASS or PASSING Evaluation. SRV-VRS: The International Social Role Valorization Journal, 1(2), 3-6.

pdfWolf Wolfensberger & Susan Thomas - Constraints and Cautions when using PASS or PASSING - 1994.pdf

Wolfensberger, W., Thomas, S. & Caruso, G. (1996). Some of the Universal “Good Things in Life” Which the Implementation of SRV Can be Expected to Make More Accessible to Devalued People. The International Social Role Valorization Journal, 2, (2), 12-14.

pdfWolfensberger, Thomas & Caruso - The Good Things of Life - 1996.pdf

Wolf Wolfensberger (1999). A contribution to the history of Normalization, with primary emphasis on the establishment of Normalization in North America between 1967-1975. In R. J. Flynn & R. A. Lemay (Eds) A Quarter Century of Normalization and Social Role Valorization: Evolution and Impact. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

pdfWolf Wolfensberger History of Normalization - 1999.pdf

Wolf Wolfensberger (2011). The systematic stripping of valued roles from people. The SRV Journal, 6(2), 15–18.

 pdfWolf Wolfensberger The stripping_of valued roles from people - 2011.pdf

Paul Young (2003). The Heart of the Matter. International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation, 3(1); SRV Edition.

pdfPaul Young The Heart of the Matter - 2003.pdf