Book and book chapter:

Harder, J. (2010). Let the children come: Preparing faith communities to end child abuse and neglect. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press.

Harder, J. (2010). The research partnership model. In M. A. Cooksey & K. T. Olivares (Eds.), Quick hits for service-learning: Successful strategies by award-winning teachers. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.


Peer-reviewed publications:

Woody, J. D., Zeleny, M., D'Souza, H. J., Harder, J., Reiser, J., & Szto, P. (accepted). Progress in a social work writing course: Self-efficacy, course objectives, and skills. Journal of Social Work Education.

Harder, J., & Haynie, K. (2012). Child protection practices in Mennonite Church USA churches. Jounral of Social Service Research, 38, 248-259.

Zuniga, J. M., Berg, K., Noble, J., Harder, J., Chaffin, M. E., & Hanumanthu, V. S. (2011). Physiological responses during interval training with different intensities and duration of exercise. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25, 1279-1284.

O'Neill, E. M. O., Huckins, S., Gabel, J., & Harder, J. (2010). Prevention of child abuse and neglect through church and social service collaboration. Social Work & Christianity, 37, 381-406.

Harder, J. (2010). Overcoming MSW students' reluctance to engage in research. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 30, 195-209.

Bryant, C., & Harder, J. (2008). Cognitive-behavioral therapy for African-American adolescents with suicidal ideation. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 25, 1-9.

Mattox, R., & Harder, J. (2007). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and diverse populations. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 24, 195-207.

Harder, J., Cox, S., Grotelueschen, J., Simpson, D., & Lozier, M. (2007). Teaching and learning social work practice skills through the use of triads. The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 13, 13-38.

Harder, J. (2005). Prevention of child abuse and neglect: An evaluation of a home visitation Parent Aide program using recidivism data. Research on Social Work Practice, 15, 246-256.

Harder, J. (2005). Research implications in the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Families in Society, 86, 491-501.


Non-peer-reviewed publications:

Harder, J. (2010). Let the children come. In S. M. Landis, L. Amstutz, & C. Snider (Ed.), Peace for all seasons.

Brennan, R., Harder, J.. & Guth, C. (2010). Redefining disability. Connections: Including Persons with Mental Illness and Disabilities. Goshen IN: Anabaptist Disabilities Network.

Harder, J. (2010, September). Keeping children safe from abuse and neglect. The Mennonite.

Harder, J. (2010, April 20) No secrets here. PeaceSigns ezine, Mennonite Church USA, Peace and Justice Support Network.

Harder, J. (2010, April 8). Let the children come. Weekly prayers for peace. Mennonite Church USA, Peace and Justice Support Network.

Harder, J., & Bartleson, T. (2010, January). Evaluation Toolkit. Sent to National Exchange Club Foundation, child abuse prevention centers.

Harder, J. (2008, January/February). Telling the story [program evaluation]. Exchange Today (magazine of the National Exchange Club).

Harder, J. (2007, January 24). When having too much hurts [Review of the book The price of privilege: How parental pressure and material advantage are creating a generation of disconnected and unhappy kids]. PsycCRITIQUES-Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books.

Harder, J. (2006, July 4). Women's experiences in cross-cultural peacemaking. The Mennonite.

Harder, J. (2006, June 21). Sleep reflections [Review of the book Sleepless in America: Is your child misbehaving or missing sleep?]. PsycCRITIQUES-Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books.

Harder, J. (2006). Book review: Taking a stand: A guide to peace teams and accompaniment projects. Journal of Community Practice, 14, 144-146.

Jackson, K. (2005). Helping clients through the crisis of infertility. Social Work Today, 5, 24-28. (My role: Interviewee.)

Harder, J. (2004). Is your program working? Focus on Children, National Parent Aide Network.

Harder, J. (2002). Child abuse prevention: Everybody's job. Dallas Peace Times, Dallas, TX.