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Marx, Jerry D., Ph.D.

Jerry D. Marx, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work at the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Marx’s interest in social welfare history is reflected in his publications: Social Welfare: The American Partnership and a number of refereed journal publications, including: Carter, V.B. & Marx, J.D. What Motivates African American Charitable Giving: Findings from a National Sample. Social Work, 31(1), 67-85; Marx, J.D. & Hopper, F. (2005). Faith-based vs. Fact-based Social Policy: The Case of Teen Pregnancy Prevention. Social Work, 50(3), 280-282; Marx, J.D. (2000). Women and Human Services Giving. Social Work, 45(1), 27-38.

One Reply to “Marx, Jerry D., Ph.D.”

  1. Shawn Binette says:

    Jerry was a huge help to me in my teens a long time ago in the late 80s. He helped many troubled teens at that time. I owe who I am as an adult to him. Without his structure and guidence I would not be the person I am today. KUDOS!!!!

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