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  • Mallon, G.P. (Ed.). (In Press, anticipated date September, 2015). Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people (3rded.). New York: Routledge.
  • Mallon, G. P. (2014). Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans foster and adoptive parents: Recruiting, assessing, and supporting an untapped resource for children and youth (2nd ed.). Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Mallon, G.P., & Hess, P. (Eds.). (2014). Child welfare for the twenty-first century: A Handbook of practices, policies, and programs (2nd ed.). New York: Columbia University Press. .
  • Mallon, G.P. (2010). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth issues: A youth worker’s perspective (2nd ed.). Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Mallon, G.P. (Ed.). (2009). Social work practice with transgender and gender variant youth (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge.
  • Mallon, G.P. (Ed.). (2008). Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge.
  • Mallon, G. P. (2006). Lesbian and gay foster and adoptive parents: Recruiting, assessing, and supporting an untapped resource for children and youth. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Wornoff, R., & Mallon, G.P. (Eds.). (2006). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in child welfare. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Mallon, G.P., & Hess, P. (Eds.). (2005). Child welfare for the twenty-first century: A Handbook of practices, policies, and programs. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Mallon, G. & Betts, B. (2005). Recruiting, assessing and retaining lesbian and gay foster and adoptive families: A good practise guide for social workers. London: British Association of Adoption and Foster Care.
  • Mallon, G.P. (2005). Facilitating permanency for youth: Toolbox for youth permanency. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Mallon, G.P. (2004). Gay men choosing parenthood. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • DeCrescenzo, T., & Mallon, G.P. (2002). Serving transgendered youth: The role of child welfare systems (Monograph). Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Levinson, B.M. & Mallon, G.P. (2002). Pet-oriented child psychotherapy. (2nd Ed.). Japanese Translation. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
  • Mallon, G.P. & Leashore, B. (Eds.). (2002). Contemporary issues in permanency planning. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Mallon, G.P. (2001). Lesbian and gay youth issues: A youth worker’s perspective. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.
  • Mallon, G.P. (2000). Let's get this straight: A gay and lesbian affirming approach to child welfare. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Mallon, G.P. (Ed.). (1999). Social services with transgendered youth. New York: Haworth Press.
  • Mallon, G.P. (1998). We don't exactly get the welcome wagon: The experience of gay and lesbian adolescents in child welfare systems. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Mallon, G.P. (Ed.). (1998). Foundations of social work practice with lesbian and gay persons. New York: Harrington Park Press.
  • Levinson, B.M. & Mallon, G.P. (1996). Pet-oriented child psychotherapy. (2nd Ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
  • Mallon, G.P. & Mac Carry, D. (1991). Life skills lessons for little folk: A life skills curriculum for latency-aged children. Brewster: Green Chimneys Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1990). Life skills for living in the real world: A life skills curriculum for adolescents. Brewster: Green Chimneys Press.

Book Chapters

  • Bossard, N., Munson, S., Braxton, A., Conway, D., Muhammad, B. & Mallon, G.P. (2013). Nothing about us without us: Meaningful engagement of youth and families in child welfare systems. In K. Briar Lawson, M McCarthy and N. Dickerson (Eds.). The Children’s Bureau: Shaping a Century of Practices, Programs and Policies (pp. 79-110). Washington, DC: NASW.

  • Renne, J., & Mallon, G.P. (Anticipated, 2014). Facilitating permanency for youth: The overuse of long term foster care and the appropriate use of another planned permanent living arrangement as permanency goal for adolescents in foster care. In G.P. Mallon and P. Hess (Eds.), Child welfare for the 21st century: A handbook of children, youth, and family services, 2nd Ed . New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (Anticipated, 2014). Issues in adoption practice. In G.P. Mallon and P. Hess (Eds.), Child welfare for the 21st century: A handbook of children, youth, and family services, 2nd Ed . New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2012). Practice with families where gender or sexual orientation is an issue: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBT) individuals and their families. In E. P. Congress and M. J. Gonzalez (Eds.). Multicultural perspectives in working with families (2nd Ed), (pp.199-227). NY: Springer.

  • Mallon, G. P. (2011). Lesbian and gay prospective foster and adoptive families: The home study assessment process. In D. Brodzinsky & A. Pertman (Eds.), Adoption by lesbians and gay men: A new dimension in family diversity (pp. 130-149). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2010). Foreword. In M. Rosenwald & Riley, B. (2010). Advocating for children in foster and kinship care: A guide to getting the best out of the system for caregivers and practitioners (pp. 1-6). New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Mallon, G.P., Ross, S.B., Ross, L., & Klee, S. (2010). Designing and implementing animal-assisted therapy programs in health and mental health organizations: Rules and principles to guide program development. In A. Fine (Ed.) Handbook on animal-assisted therapy: Theoretical foundations and guidelines for practice, (3rd ed) . San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

  • Mallon, G.P., & De Crescenzo, T. (2008). Practice with transgender children. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.) Social work practice with transgender youth, (pp. 49-64). New York: Routledge.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2008). A call for organizational trans-formation. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.) Social work practice with transgender youth, (pp. 131-142). New York: Routledge.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2008). Knowledge for practice with trans youth. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.) Social work practice with transgender youth, (pp. 1-24). New York: Routledge.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2008). Knowledge for practice with LGBT people. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.) Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, (pp. 1-24). New York: Routledge.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2008). Social work practice with LGBT people within families. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.). Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, (pp. 239-266). New York: Routledge.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2008). Social work practice with LGBT parents and their children. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.). Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, (pp. 267-310). New York: Routledge.

  • Mallon, G.P., Ross, S.B., Ross, L., & Klee, S. (2006). Designing and implementing animal-assisted therapy programs in health and mental health organizations: Rules and principles to guide program development. In A. Fine (Ed.) Handbook on animal-assisted therapy: Theoretical foundations and guidelines for practice, 2nd ed (pp. 149-166). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

  • Hunter, J., Cohall, A.T., Mallon, G.P., Moyer, M.B., & Riddel, J.P. (2006). Health care delivery and public health related to LGBT youth and young adults. In M.D. Shankle (Ed.). The handbook of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender public health: A practitioner’s guide to service (pp. 221-245). New York: Harrington Park Press.

  • Mallon, G.P., Lakin, D., & Lyons, N. (2006). Recruiting and sustaining adoptive families for teens. In A. Khoury (Ed.). Achieving permanency for adolescents in foster care: A guide for legal professionals, (pp. 21-44). Washington, DC: American Bar Association.

  • Mallon, G.P., Lakin, D., & Lyons, N. (2006). Facilitating permanency for youth. In A. Khoury (Ed.). Achieving permanency for adolescents in foster care: A guide for legal professionals, (pp. 45-62). Washington, DC: American Bar Association.

  • Renne, J., & Mallon, G.P. (2005). Facilitating permanency for youth: The overuse of long term foster care and the appropriate use of another planned permanent living arrangement as permanency goal for adolescents in foster care. In G.P. Mallon and P. Hess (Eds.), Child welfare for the 21st century: A handbook of children, youth, and family services, (pp. 529-612). New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2005). Practice with families where sexual orientation is an issue: Lesbian and gay individuals and their families. In E. P. Congress and M. J. Gonzalez (Eds.). Multicultural perspectives in working with families (pp.199-227). NY: Springer.

  • Mallon, G.P. (February, 2002). Foreword. In A. Desetta & K. Hefner (Eds.). In the life: Narratives of lesbian and gay youth in foster care (pp. 1-6). New York: New Youth Communications.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2001). Green Chimneys Life Skills Program: New York, New York. In MJ.. Kroner (Ed.). Moving in: Ten successful independent/transitional living programs (pp. 31-46). Eugene, OR: Northwest Media.

  • Mallon, G.P., Ross, S.B., & Ross, L. (1999). Designing and implementing animal-assisted therapy programs in health and mental health organizations: Rules and principles to guide program development. In A. Fine (Ed.) Handbook on animal-assisted therapy: Theoretical foundations and guidelines for practice (pp. 115-128). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999). Losing Lawrence: The death of a child in a child welfare facility. In M. Shernoff (Ed.). (pp. 122-131). AIDS in Mental Health Practice. New York: Haworth Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999). Animal-assisted therapy interventions with children. In C.E. Shaefer (Ed.) Innovative psychotherapy techniques for children and adolescents, (pp. 415-434). New York: Wiley & Sons.

  • Hunter, J., & Mallon, G.P. (1999). Gay and lesbian adolescent development: Dancing with your feet tied together. In B. Greene & G. Crooms (Eds.). Gay and lesbian development: Education, research and practice (pp. 226-243). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1998). Knowledge for practice with gay and lesbian persons. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.) Foundations of social work practice with gay and lesbian person, (pp. 1-30). New York: Haworth Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1998). Social work practice with gay and lesbian persons within families. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.). Foundations of social work practice with gay and lesbian persons, (pp. 145-181). New York: Haworth Press.

  • Hunter, J., & Mallon, G.P. (1998). Social work practice with gay and lesbian persons in communities. In G.P. Mallon (Ed.). Foundations of social work practice with gay and lesbian persons, (pp. 229-248). New York: Haworth Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1998). Gay, lesbian and bisexual childhood and adolescence: An ecological perspective. In G. Appleby & J. Anastas Not just a passing phase: Social work with gay, lesbian and bisexual people (pp. 115-144). New York: Columbia University Press.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997). Coming out at 35,000 feet. In L.D. Brimmer, (Ed.). Letters to our children: Lesbian and gay adults speak to the next generation, (pp. 59-65). New York: Franklin Watts.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997). The delivery of child welfare services to gay and lesbian adolescents. In M. Schneider (Ed.). Pride & prejudice: Working with lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth, (pp. 223-230). Toronto, ON: Central Toronto Youth Services.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1996) Toward a family-centered approach to out-of-home child welfare service: Theories, models and recommendations for practice. In D. Braziel (Ed.). Mapping a new direction: Bringing a family-centered approach to traditional child welfare services (pp. 61-89). Washington, D.C.: Child Welfare League of America.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1996). It's like opening Pandora's box: Addressing the needs of gay and lesbian students and families in educational systems. In L.M. Bullock, R.A. Gable, & J.R. Rigky (Eds.). Understanding individual differences: Highlights from the National Symposium of what educators should know about adolescents who are gay, lesbian, or bisexual, (pp. 1-6). Reston, VA: The Council for Children w/Behavioral Disorders.
  • Mallon, G.P. (1994). Programas de terapia asistida por animales para niños: Reglas y principios. (pp. 27-35). In Viena Serveis Editorials, (Eds., Trans.), Jornadas sobre actividades y terapia asistida por animales: Animales fuente de salud. Barcelona: Fundación Purina. Originally published in 1990.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1994). Lecciones de vida en el mundo real. (pp. 35-53). In Viena Serveis Editorials, (Eds. Trans.), Jornadas sobre actividades y terapia asistida por animales: Animales fuente de salud. Barcelona: Fundación Purina. Originally published in 1991.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1994). Lecciones de vida para los niños (pp.53-72). In Viena Serveis Editorials, (Eds., Trans.), Jornadas sobre actividades y terapia asistida por animales: Animales fuente de salud. Barcelona: Fundacion Purina. Originally published in 1991.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1993). Pets in residence. In S. Senter, (Ed.), People and animals: An animal-assisted activities manual, (pp. 35-75). Brewster: Green Chimneys Press.

Refereed Articles in Journals

  • Mallon, G.P. (2014). Eclectic Child Welfare Approaches to Working With Children, Youth, and Families. Child Welfare (93), 2-4.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2013). The Legacy of Mary Ellen Wilson and Etta Wheeler: Child Maltreatment and Protection Today, Child Welfare (92), 2-4.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2013). Maintaining a Family Focus At Home and Abroad. Child Welfare, 92(2), 1-2.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2013). Child Welfare Culture: Lessons Learned from Patty O’Keeffe. Child Welfare, 92(1), 5-8.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2013). Differential Predictors of Prevalence and Pragmatic Determination by Consistency of Experience. Child Welfare, 91(8), 2-4.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2013). Hurricanes and Disasters. Child Welfare, 91(6), 2-4.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2012). Show Me the Evidence. Child Welfare, 91(4), 2-6.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2012). Remembering Lost Bird. Child Welfare, 91(2), 5-7.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2011).  From Mother Goose to Cultural Humility and Beyond!  Child Welfare, 90(3/4), 7-10.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2011).  Permanency for LGBTQ youth.  Protecting Children: A Publication of the American Humane Society, 26, (1), 49-57.

  • Ryan, S., & Mallon, G.P. (2011).  Guest Editors – Special Issue on GLBT Adoption Issues in Journal of  GLBT Family Studies, 7(1-2).

  • Ryan, S., & Mallon, G.P. (2011).  Introduction.  Special Issue on GLBT Adoption Issues in Journal of  GLBT Family Studies, 7(1-2) 1-6.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2011). The Home Study Assessment Process for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Prospective Foster and Adoptive.  Journal of  GLBT Family Studies, 7(1-2) 7-21.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2011).  Maybe Sophie Was Right: Evaluation in Child Welfare.  Child Welfare, 90(1/2), 7-10.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2010).  Reflections on Residential Programs. Child Welfare, 89(2), 7-10.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2010).  Safety, Permanency and Well Being Revisited.  Child Welfare, 89(3), 5-8.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2010).  Trinities, Innovations, and Solutions.  Child Welfare, 89(4), 5-7.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2007). Assessing lesbian and gay prospective foster and adoptive families:  A focus on the homestudy process.  Child Welfare, 86(2), 67-86.

  • Mallon, G.P., & DeCrescenzo, T.  (2006). Transgender children and youth: A child welfare practice perspective.  Child Welfare, 85(2), 215-241.

  • Mallon, G.P., & Wornoff, R.  (2006). Busting out of the child welfare closet:  Lesbians, gays, bisexual, and transgender affirming approaches to child welfare.  Child Welfare, 85(2), 115-122.

  • Mallon, G.P. & Leashore, B. (Eds.). (2002).  Innovations in permanency planning: An introduction. Child Welfare, 80(3), 1-2.

  • Mallon, G.P., Aledort, N., & Ferrera, M. (2002). There’s no place like home: Safety, permanency, and well-being for lesbian and gay adolescents in out-of-home care. Child Welfare, 80(3), 78-91.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2001).  Sticks and stones can break your bones: Verbal harassment and physical violence in the lives of gay and lesbian youths in child welfare settings.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 13(1/2), 63-81.
  • Mallon, G.P. (2001).  Oh, Canada: Working class gay men in Canada: A qualitative perspective. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 12(3/4), 103-118.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2000).  Your silence will not protect you: Helping schools to retain gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered young people in educational settings.  Reaching Today's Youth,  5(1), 22-26.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2000).  Gay men and lesbians as adoptive parents.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 11(4), 1-21.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999). Knowledge for practice with transgendered persons.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 10(3/4), 1-18.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999). Practice with transgendered children. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 10(3/4), 49-64.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999). A call for organizational trans-formation. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 10(3/4), 131-142.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999).  Gay and lesbian adolescents and their families.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 11(1/2), 23-33.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1998).  After care, then where?  Evaluating outcomes of an independent living program.  Child Welfare,  77(1), 61-78.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997).  When schools are not safe places: Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered young people in educational settings.  Reaching Today's Youth,  2(1), 41-45.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997).  Toward a competent welfare service delivery system for gay and lesbian adolescents and their families.  Journal of Multicultural Social Work,  5(3/4), 177-194.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997).  Basic premises, guiding principles and competent practices for a youth development approach to working with gay and lesbian youths in out-of-home care.  Child Welfare, 77(1), 61-78.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997).  Entering into a collaborative search for meaning with gay and lesbian youths in out-of-home care: An empowerment-based model for training child welfare professionals.  Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 14(6), 427-444.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997).  It's like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole: Gay, lesbian, and bisexual adolescents. Protecting Children, 13(4), 10-13.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1994).  Counseling gay and lesbian youth.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 6(3), 26-39.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1994).  Some of our best therapists are dogs. Child and Youth Care Forum,  23(2), 89-101.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1994).  Cow as co-therapist: Utilization of farm  animals as therapeutic aides with children in residential treatment.  Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal,  11(6),   455-474.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1994).  A generous spirit: The work and life of Boris Levinson.  Anthrozoos, 7(4), 224-231.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1994).  Junior life skills: An innovation for latency-aged children in group care.  Research & Evaluation,  4(2), 25-28.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1993).  A study of the interaction between men, women, and dogs at the ASPCA.  Anthrozoos, 6(1), 43-48.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1992).  Serving the needs of gay and lesbian  adolescents in residential treatment centers.  Residential Treatment for Children and Youth,  10(2), 47-61.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1992).  Utilization of animals as therapeutic adjuncts with children and youth; A review of the literature.  Child & Youth Care Forum,  21, (1), 53-65.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1992).  Junior life skills: An innovation for latency-aged children in out-of-home care.  Child Welfare,  71(6), 585-591.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1992).  Gay and no place to go: Serving the needs of gay and lesbian youth in out-of-home care settings.  Child  Welfare,  71(6), 547-557.

Short Articles

  • Mallon, G.P. (In Press). Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parenting. In the Social Work Encyclopedia. Washington, DC: NASW.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2013). The End of DOMA: Ten Implications for Gay and Lesbian-Headed Families. Children’s Voice, 22(2), 12.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2008). Lesbian and gay parenting. In the Social Work Encyclopedia. Washington, DC: NASW.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2006, July 8). Gay and lesbian adoption good for children [Letter to the Editor]. Belfast Telegraph, p. A18.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2005, September). Searching for an internal goodness of fit. Online Paradigm.Com, http://www.onlineparadigm.com/archives/322-F05_A.GI.MH.pdf

  • Mallon, G.P. (2003, December). Facilitating permanency for older adolescents. Common Ground, 19(2), 22-23.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2002, April). Concurrent permanency planning: Taking another look. Common Ground, 17(2), 15,28.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2001, November). Straightening up the foster care system. Common Ground, 17(1), 6-7.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2000). Always watch your back: The intersection of clinical practice with social justice. In the Family, 6(4), 5-10.

  • Mallon, G. P. (2000). The myth of child molestation by gay men and lesbians. In T.F. Murphy (Ed.) Reader's guide to lesbian and gay studies (p. 21). Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999). On the stroll: Adolescents who prostitute. In the Family, 5(4), 5-12.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1998, Summer). Gay and lesbian adolescents in foster care. The Child Welfare Watch, p. 14.

  • Hunter, J., & Mallon, G.P. (1998). Adolescents. In Encyclopedia of AIDS (pp. 41-43). Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1998). A look at research: Are some queers statistically insignificant? In the Family, 4(2), 25.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997). A look at research: Obstacles to the development of a queer research agenda. In the Family, 2(4), 4-25.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997, December 1). Retrain social workers [Letter to the Editor]. New York Times, p. A28.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1996). Don't ask, don't tell: Gay and lesbian adolescents in residential treatment. Treatment Today, 8(1), 19-20.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1996, July/August). Face to face with AIDS. Foster Care Youth United, 14-15.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1996, September/October). Out in the open: Working as an openly gay staff member in a child welfare agency. Foster Care Youth United, 6-9.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1995). Managed care and its implications for child welfare agencies. Daily Living, 9(3), 5-6.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1995, November). Viewpoint: Social work in other settings. Youth Today, 4(5), 35.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1995, July/August). Doing social work in the subways. Foster Care Youth United, 35-36.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1993). This is hard to talk about: Advocating for the best interests of gay and lesbian adolescents. The Connection: National Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children, 9(4), 3-7.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1993, Winter). At risk and invisible: Addressing the needs of gay and lesbian adolescents in child welfare. Children's Voice, 2(4), 11-25.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1993). An open discussion about gay and lesbian adolescents in out-of-home child welfare settings. Daily Living, 7(2), 4-5.

Book Reviews

  • Mallon, G.P. (2011). (Review of Sassafras Lowrey’s Kicked Out). The Journal of Poverty, 19(2), 120-121.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2006). (Review of Paul Robinson’s Queer Wars: The New Gay Right and Its Critics). The Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 33(2), 161.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2002, Fall). (Review of Noelle Howey’s Dress Codes: Of Three Girlhoods, My Mother’s, My Father’s, and Mine). The Youth Today Review of Books, 20.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2001). (Review of Joan Laird’s Lesbians and lesbian families: Reflections on theory and practice). Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 21(1/2), 221-222..

  • Mallon, G.P. (2001). (Group Review of Eric Rofes’ Dry bones breathe: Gay men creating post-AIDS identities and cultures; Michael Shernoff’s Gay widowers: Life after the death of a partner; and Jean Quam’s Social services for gay men and lesbians.) Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 21 (1/2), 223-226.

  • Mallon, G.P. (2001). (Review of Elizabeth Hutchinson’s Dimensions of human behavior (Person and environment and the changing life course). Thousand Oaks: Pine Forge Press. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 21(1/2), 226-22.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1999, Fall). (Review of Eric Shelman and Stephen Lazoritz’s Out of the darkness: The story of Mary Ellen Wilson). ASPCA Animal Watch, 19(3), 56.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1997). (Review of April Martin's The gay and lesbian parenting handbook). Child Welfare, 76(3), 467-469.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1996). (Review of Elizabeth O'Brien's The AIDS challenge: Breaking through the boundaries). Journal of Social Service Research, 21(4), 76-78.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1996). (Review of Lawrence Kurdek's Social services for gay and lesbian couples). Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 14(1/2), 198-200.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1993). (Review of Margaret Schneider's Often invisible: Counselling gay and lesbian youth). Daily Living, 7(2),7.

  • Mallon, G.P. (1993). (Review of Katherine Whitlock's Bridges of respect). Daily Living,7(2), 7.