Hrostowski, S. and Rehner, T, (in press). Resiliency among older adult survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Journal of Gerontological Social Work.
Forster, M. & Rehner, T. (2011). The white male southern democrat: Endangered species or already extinct? Journal of Race, Gender, and Class, 18, #3-4, pp. 230-237.
Lee, J., Forster, M., & Rehner, T. (2011). The retention of public child welfare workers: The roles of professional organizational culture and coping strategies. Children and Youth Services Review, 33(1), 102-109.
Forster, M. & Rehner, T. (2011). Family Network Partnership: A model for social justice education in Education for Social Justice: Transactions to Transformation. Birkenmaier, J., Cruce, A., Burkemper, E, Curley, J, Wilson, R. & Stretch, J. (Eds). 228-248, Lyceum.
Lee, J., Rehner, T., & Castellanos, D.C. (2011). Prevalence and factors associated with depressive symptoms among Latino males living in South Mississippi. The Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work.
Lee, J., Rehner, T. & Forster, M. (2011). A conceptual model of turnover intentions of professional workers in public child welfare. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 4(2), 174-197.
Forster, M. & Rehner, T. (2010). Race, gender and class at the grassroots: Lessons from 14 years’ work with low-income African American youth. Race, Gender & Class, 17 (3-4), 103-110.
Forster, M. & Rehner, T. (2009). Mental health through empowerment of at-risk minority youth. Promoting Mental Health: Prospectus and Possibilities for Reaching Underserved Communities – 2007 Conference Proceedings of the Southern Institute for mental health Advocacy, Research and Training. Jackson State University, pp. 286-303.
Forster, M., & Rehner, T., (2008). Social work leadership in University-Community collaboration: A replicable model. Published abstract from CSWE Annual Program Meeting (Philadelphia, PA).
Forster, M. & Rehner, T. (2008). Educating Social Workers for Social Justice. International Journal of Learning, 15 (10).