International Social Work 1999 - Abstracts

International Social Work 1999
Adolescent prostitution in Canada and the Philippines; statistical comparisons, an ethnographic account and policy options.Sociology and social workBagley, Christopher
A worldwide view of field education structures and curricula.Sociology and social workSkolnik, Louise, Wayne, Julianne, Raskin, Miriam S.
Children are abused in eastern countries: a look at India.Sociology and social workSegal, Uma A.
Chinese communal support networks.Sociology and social workYuen-Tsang, Angelina W.K.
Community development in South Africa: its use as an intervention strategy.Sociology and social workGray, Mel, Travis, Raphael, Jr., McFarlin, Natalie, Rooyen, Colin A.J. van
Conceptual muddle, practical dilemma: human rights, social development and social work education.Sociology and social workGeorge, Janet
Cross-cultural practice: social worker ingenuity in the indigenization of practice knowledge.Sociology and social workNimmagadda, Jayashree, Cowger, Charles D.
Discriminatory attitudes to people with intellectual disability or mental health difficulty.Sociology and social workLau, Joseph Tak-fai, Cheung, Chau-kiu
Do we have to teach them to be culturally sensitive? The Israeli experience.Sociology and social workBen-David, Amith, Amit, Dalia
Ethnocultural perspectives on childrearing practices in the Caribbean.Sociology and social workGopaul-McNicol, Sharon-Ann
Field education in a developing country; promoting organizational change and social development.Sociology and social workRambally, Rae E.
Gender, values and the work place: considerations for immigrant acculturation.Sociology and social workItzhaky, Haya, Ribner, David S.
Measuring social work values; a cross-cultural challenge for global practice.Sociology and social workAbbott, Ann A.
Parenthood and life satisfaction: a comparison of single- and dual-parent families in Hong Kong.Sociology and social workLee, Mo-Yee, Law, Chi-Kwong, Tam, Kwok-Kwan
Planning, communities and empowerment: an introduction to participatory rural appraisal.Sociology and social workBar-On, Arnon A., Prinsen, Gerard
Post-traumatic stress disorder: treatment outcomes for a Kuwaiti child.Sociology and social workSoliman, Hussein H.
Preparation for marriage in a Chinese community; implications for premarital counselling services.Sociology and social workKam, Ping-kwong, Man, Kam-yin
Regarding heroin: British and American approaches.Sociology and social workWormer, Katherine van, Wormer, Rupert van, Dickenson, Scott
Role of perception among social workers living in politically uncertain areas.Sociology and social workFriedlander, Dov, Lev-Wiesel, Rachel
Social work and Koranic mental health healers.Sociology and social workGraham, John R., Al-Krenawi, Alean
Social work in a multicultural context.(social service and community development in Singapore)Sociology and social workOw, Rosaleen
Social work in the Bahamas: a profession helps to build a nation.Sociology and social workNowak, Barbara J.
Social work, postmodernism and higher education.Sociology and social workMartinez-Brawley, Emilia E.
Social work students and work values.Sociology and social workKnezevic, Mladen
The children's streets: an ethnographic study of street children in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.Sociology and social workTrussell, Robert P.
The road less traveled: cross-cultural, international experiential learning.Sociology and social workBoyle, David P., Nackerud, Larry, Kilpatrick, Allie
Values, theories and methods in social work education: a culturally transferable core?Sociology and social workTaylor, Zoya
Victim-offender mediation in Canada: the impact of an emerging social work intervention.Sociology and social workUmbreit, Mark S.
Visions of community: women and children in the developing and developed worlds.Sociology and social workJivanjee, Pauline, Tebb, Susan
What does social welfare produce?Sociology and social workDolgoff, Ralph
World mental health; problems and perspective.Sociology and social workSeipel, Michael M.O.
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