Social Work Review Issue 26 (2+3)

Contents


Editorial – 50th anniversary issue
Kieran O’Donoghue


Articles


Reflections on the social work profession on the 50th anniversary of ANZASW: Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it
Caz Thomson

The world we’re in: Social work now and then
Mike O’Brien

A matter of degrees: The role of education in the professionalisation journey of social work in New Zealand
Liz Beddoe

‘Always take the weather with you’1 – Aotearoa New Zealand social work in a dynamic global society
Sarah Fraser and Sophie Simpson

Their stories – our history: John Fry, President of the Association 1972-4
Mary Nash

Public perception of social work and social workers in Aotearoa New Zealand
B. Staniforth, C. Fouché and L. Beddoe

30 years’ membership and a 50th birthday – where to next for ANZASW?
David McNabb


Reflections and autobiographies


Reflections
Anne Aburn

The Why, What, Where of social work: A personal reflection on the social work role over a thirty-year period
Pam Smith

Reminiscences of anti-racism training in the 1980s
Jackie Sayers


Features


Book reviews

Guidelines for contributors