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Louder Than Words (LTW) is the official Texas State University School of Social Work Student Journal that illuminates peer-reviewed academic written and creative works. LTW will become an annual forum that incorporates students’ diverse social work-related pieces.

Journal website: https://journals.tdl.org/txstswj/index.php/txstswj

Recent Submissions

  • Louder Than Words, Volume 1, Issue 1, Fall 2021 

    Clary, Kelly Lynn; Travis, Raphael; Elliot, Michelle; Fitzpatrick Thompson, Katrina; Zamora, Mariana (Texas State University, School of Social Work, 2021-09)

    Louder Than Words (LTW) is the official Texas State University School of Social Work Student Journal that illuminates peer-reviewed academic written and creative works.

    Table of Contents

  • The Importance of Financial Social Work 

    Streu, William (Texas State University, School of Social Work, 2021-09)
    The social work profession uses many approaches to fulfill its mission of enhancing human well-being for all people (NASW, 2017). Financial social work is one approach that deserves greater attention in the field. It ...
  • Torn 

    Holt, Keyla (Texas State University, School of Social Work, 2021-09)
    This is a self-reflection painting that depicts one ‘torn’; a woman pulling them to be more feminine while a man is pulling them towards masculinity. The green ribbon around their neck represents mental health awareness. ...
  • Give Up Your Idea That Life is Linear 

    Trevino, Diana (Texas State University, School of Social Work, 2021-09)
    This poem is an invitation for social workers to consider personal development as a practice. It also frames recovery as personal growth; something that is universal to all. The main goal of this poem is to normalize the ...