Social Work Review Issue 17 Autumn

Contents


Editorial


Articles


At the heart of the matter: Culture as a function of supervision
Allyson Davys

A just profession or just a profession? Social work and social justice
Michael O’Brien

The first two years of New Zealand Association of Social Workers 1964-1966: Reflections on rereading the first issue of the New Zealand Social Worker
Merv Hancock & Mary Nash

Adult experts and adolescent voices in the field of critical incident responses
Kate Stewart

Education: A young mother’s hope
Nikki Hill, Christa Fouche & Jill Worrall

Problem-child, loser, trouble-maker, freak: Opening space for alternative constructions of identity in conversations with adolescents
Sarah Penwarden

Creating a miraculous expression of the illusion of limitation
Philip Patston

Mapping the new frontier of Foodbank social work
Vaughan Milner


Features


Book Reviews

Guidelines for Contributors