Caribbean Journal of Social Work Vol. 01



Caribbean Journal of Social Work Vol. 1


Title Author(s) Pages Category
The Evolution of Social Welfare Services and Social Work in the English-
Speaking Caribbean (with major reference to Jamaica).
John Maxwel1 (11–31)

Caribbean Social Work History/Theory Development/Education Issues

Training Personnel for Family-Planning Programmes: UWI Innovations for International Social Work Education Beverly Stadum (32–48)

Social Work Practice Issues

Examining Fatherhood in the Caribbean: Research, Definitions and Action
Janet Brown (49–64)

Other Topics

Cultural Considerations for Social Workers in the Jamaican Inner City:
A Sociological Perspective
Orville Taylor (65–76)

Socio-Cultural And Psycho-Social Issues

A Group Work Programme within a Caribbean Prison Setting in the Cayman
Cleviston Hunte
Dudley Roach

Correctional/Rehabilitative Programmes

Occupational Change Among Caribbean Migrants: Implications for Treatment
and Mental Health
Lear Matthews (92–107) Migration
The Tension between Treatment and Social Control: Implications for Social
Workers in Juvenile Correctional Settings
Joseph Nunn (108–117)

Correctional/Rehabilitative Programmes

Lynne Healy, International Social Work: Professional Action in an Interdependent
World (2001)
Narda Razack (118–121)

Social Work Practice Issues

Claudette Crawford-Brown, Who Will Save Our Children? The Plight of the
Jamaican Child in the 1990s (1999)
Geof Brown
Pauline Bynoe
Jaipaul Roopnarine

Social Work Practice Issues

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