Social Work Review Issue 16 Summer

Contents


Editorial

The New Zealand Association of Social Workers and the future
Mervyn W Hancock

40 years on -ANZASW – Looking back to the future/titiro whakamuri whakamua 
Mervyn W Hancock 


Articles


A national association: A reflection of its times? 
June Kendrick

The predestined choice: Social work education and ANZASW
Dugald McDonald

Their stories – our history: Merv Hancock’s contribution
Mary Nash

The past the present and the future: The New Zealand indigenous experience of social work 
Wheturangi Walsh-Tapiata

On becoming a just practitioner: Experimenting with the final paper of an undergraduate programme as a rite of passage 
David Epston, Gavin Rennie, Ksenija Napan

Reflection in and critical reflection on social work: Learning about learning and thinking about thinking in social work 
Liz Beddoe

The myth of best practice: Leaming from the worst 
Vaughan Milner

Co-worker violence toward social workers: Too hard to handle? 
Kate van Heugten


Features


Book Reviews

Errata Corrige

Guidelines for Contributors