Who, and what, is odd here? De-naturalizing Students’ Experiences of “the other”
Review of the teaching across both urban and regional campuses of a subject entitled Diversity in Social Work Practice in the final year of the Bachelor of Social Work.
||Diversity, Social Work, Social Work - Teaching, Diverse and Marginalized Populations
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.147-156.
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Mark's research interests include the relationship between structural and poststructural explanations: casework theory and practice; professional practice in host organisations; family theory and family-centred practice.
Virginia’s research interests centre on the development and subsequent performance of identity/ies and how this impacts on practice with diverse populations.
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