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Caribbean Journal of Social Work Vol. 10

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Caribbean Journal of Social Work Vol. 10

Title Author(s) Pages Category
Can Caribbean Social Work “Do” Development? Peta-Anne Baker  

Caribbean Social Work Challenges

A Single Mother’s Journey into Social Work Sheryl Hamilton (10-13)

Social Work Practice Issues

In Search of a Space to Practice Monique Golding (14-21)

Social Work Practice Issues

Building Alliances to Challenge Domestic Violence Sandra Latibeaudiere (22-27)

Social & Domestic Violence

Memories of a Pioneer – Jamaica’s first Children Advocate Mary Clarke (28-39)

Social Work Practice Issues

The Secret that Everyone Knows: Exploring the Experiences and Perspectives
of Social Workers who intervene in Child Sexual Abuse Cases in Trinidad and
Tobago
Akilah Riley (42-64)

Child Welfare Issues

Realising the rights of the child: young persons leaving care in Jamaica Rose Robinson Hall (65-73)

Child Welfare Issues

The Impact of Compassionate Love on Desistance from Crime Joanna N.A. Simpson (74-96)

Social Work Practice Issues

Community in Jamaica Nation Horace Levy (125-146)

Community Work

Service Learning and Regional Community Institution Building Aldene Shillingford (147-170)

Community Work

Hometown Association Among English Speaking Caribbean Immigrants:
Implications for Social Work in a Transnational Environment
Lear Matthews (171-193)

Migration

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