Wolf, L. & Goldkind, L. (submitted). Digital native meet friendly visitor: A Flexner-inspired call to digital action. Journal of Social Work Education.
Goldkind, L. (forthcoming). Social media & social service: are nonprofits plugged in to the digital age. Human Services Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance.
Goldkind, L. (under review). Fundraising for Social Justice: securing resources for just causes. Nonprofit Management: A Social Justice Approach. New York: Springer.
Goldkind, L. (accepted). Leaning out: exploring organizational advocacy activities from an open systems perspective. The Journal of Policy Practice.
Goldkind, L. & Wolf, L. (2014). A digital environment approach: Four technologies that will disrupt social work practice. Social Work, doi: 10.1093/sw/swu045.
Goldkind, L. (2014). E-advocacy in human services: The impact of organizational conditions and characteristics on electronic advocacy activities among nonprofits. The Journal of Policy Practice, 13 (4), 300-315.
Goldkind, L. & McNutt, J. (2014). Social media & social change: Nonprofits and using social media strategies to meet advocacy goals. In A. M. Lucia-Casademunt & J. A. Ariza-Montes (Eds.), Information Communication Technologies (ICT) Management in Non-profit Organizations, Hersey, PA: IGI Global.
McNutt, J., & Goldkind, L. (2014). E-activism. In M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Hersey, PA: IGI Global.
Goldkind, L. (2014). Protective webs: Exploring a role for school social workers on behalf of delinquent youth. Journal of Evidence Based Social Work, 11(4), 337-349.
Goldkind, L. & Pardasani, M. (2013). Social workers as senior executives: does academic training dictate leadership style? Advances in Social Work, 14(2), 573-593.
Goldkind, L. & Farmer, G. L. (2013). The enduring influence of school size on parents and student’s school engagement. The School Community Journal, 23(1), 223-244.
Goldkind, L., Pardasani, M., & Marmo, S. (2013). Merging for Survival: An Innovative Collaboration Effort, One Year Later. Administration in Social Work, 37(2), 199-212.
Pardasani, M. & Goldkind, L. (2012). Senior Centers and Policy Advocacy: Changing Public Perceptions. Educational Gerontology, 38(6), 375-390.
Pardasani, M., & Goldkind, L. (2012). Managing agencies for multicultural services. In E. Congress & M. Gonzalez (Eds.), Multicultural perspectives in social work practice with families (3 ed.). New York: Springer.
Goldkind, L. (2011). A Leadership Opportunity for School Social Workers: Bridging the Gaps in School Re-entry for Juvenile Justice Youth. Children and Schools, 33(4), 229-23.
Goldkind, L. & Pardasani, M. (2012). More than the sum of its parts: an innovative organizational collaboration model. Administration in Social Work, 36 (3), 258-279.
Pardasani, M. & Goldkind, L., Heyman, J. (2012). How Much Does the Distance in Distance Education Matter? Our Students Speak. Social Work Education, 31 (4), 406-421.
Goldkind, L., & Hirschfield, P. (2009) Helping to Build Bridges: School Reentry of Incarcerated Juveniles, Collaborative Forensic Social Work: A Comprehensive Guide to Practice. Springer, NY.
Goldkind, L., (2007). War on the Family, book review in Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 22 (1).
Goldkind, L., (2006). Issues in school violence research, book review in the Journal of Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 4(1).
Goldkind, L. & Van Anden, J., (2005). Neil and Iona: A Case Study in Cybernetic Performance Art. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 13(11).
Goldkind, L. (2011). Advancing Knowledge/Center for Philanthropy 2 year - $25,000 grant supporting the project: Untangling Web 2.0: Exploring how Nonprofits utilize social media advocacy strategies.
Goldkind, L. (2010) Fordham University Research Grant $4,000 in support of the project: Critical Links: Understanding the role of school social workers in the re-entry process for juvenile justice youth.
Goldkind, L. & Pardasani, M. (2008). Joint Fordham New Faculty Research Grant totally $8,000 in support of the project: Assessing the Core Competencies of Human Service Administrators.