Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Global Social Work

Cutting Edge Issues and Critical Reflections

Edited by Bala Nikku

Thompson Rivers University

This edited book, Global Social Work - Cutting Edge Issues and Critical Reflections, presents global social work expertise, practical tools, and an iterative and reflective process for developing a global social work pedagogy that advances deep disciplinary learning. The authors offer the specifics of a justice based, decolonizing global social work education and practice. This book will be an asset to faculty communities interested in specializing in global social work. The book offers hope that the faculty, students, and practitioners of social work develop an intercultural, international, cross-border critical approach that further prepares them to meet the global standards of social work education and research and at the same time skillfully act, advocate, and transform global communities and their role in a globalized world.

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Global Social WorkCutting Edge Issues and Critical ReflectionsEdited by Bala Nikku

Published: July 15th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73473

ISBN: 978-1-83880-475-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-83880-474-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78985-210-3

Copyright year: 2020

Books open for chapter submissions

5775 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Using Indigenous Approaches as a Bridge between Policies, Interventions, and the Grassroots

By Aissetu Barry Ibrahima

295

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2. Enhancing Service Provision for Immigrant Families Experiencing Domestic Violence through Partnerships between Mainstream Service Providers and Cultural Brokers

By Janki Shankar and Zetilda Ellis

266

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3. The Role of Social Work Education in Fostering Empowerment of People of African Descent: The Significance of the History of Slavery and Colonialism

By Eric Kyere and Lalit Khandare

303

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4. Empowerment Potential of Social Work Techniques among Practitioners in Israel and the USA

By Khawla Zoabi and Iddo Gal

633

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5. Teaching Innovations in Social Work Education

By Maria Wolmesjö

335

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6. The Appealability of the Social Work Profession in the United States: Possible Explanations

By Rigaud Joseph and Herbert Shon

449

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7. Irish Field Education/Social Work Placement: The Making of Multi-Touch eBooks as a ‘Wrap Around’ Resource

By Marguerita McGovern

466

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8. Mitigating Health Inequalities of Socially Vulnerable in South Korea: Role for Social Work

By Jung Youn Park, Eun Jin Lee, Ji Young Park and Soo Hyun Sung

327

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9. An Analysis of Salient Aspects of the Research Proposals of Fourth Year Student Social Workers: A Case Study of Class of 2019, University of Limpopo

By Pontsho James Mmadi and Sello Levy Sithole

331

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10. Alaska Natives in Recovery and Indigenous Cultural Generativity: Sharing Redemptive Narratives to Improve Quality of Life

By Jordan P. Lewis

295

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11. Social Work with Single and Non-Resident Fathers: How Inclusive Is Our Practice and Where Do We Go from Here?

By Simon Haworth and Lee Sobo-Allen

498

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12. Thematic Analysis in Social Work: A Case Study

By Oscar Labra, Carol Castro, Robin Wright and Isis Chamblas

1326

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13. It is Important to Build on Their Knowledge Teachers’ Approaches to Newly Arrived Immigrant Pupils’

By Ann-Christin Torpsten

254

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