Henry Miller is professor emeritus at the School of Social Welfare. Miller’s research focuses on unemployment and poverty in American society, particularly how they relate to homeless, youth and other dispossessed populations. Research interests include disaffiliation among youth, wandering, vagabondage and child abuse. Miller’s work also addresses computer applications and their relevance in assisting the field of social welfare.
- Unemployment and Poverty in American Society
- Disaffiliation among Youth
- Child Abuse