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Caribbean Journal of Social Work Vol. 02

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Caribbean Journal of Social Work Vol. 2

Title Author(s) Pages Category
Setting Standards of Intellectual Questioning and Sharing of Research, Theory
and Best Practice Intervention
Elsa Leo-Rhynie (5–10)

Caribbean Social Work History/Theory Development/Education Issues

Caribbean Social Work Education: The University of the West Indies John Maxwell
Lincoln Williams
Karen Ring
Innette Cambridge
(11–35)

Caribbean Social Work History/Theory Development/Education Issues

Children and Social Policy in Barbados: the Unfinished Agenda of Child Abuse Christine Barrow (36–53)

Child Welfare Issues

Gender Socialization and Low Self-Esteem among Pre-adolescent Girls Natalie Gentles (54–70)

Child Welfare Issues

On ‘Judgements’: Poverty, Sexuality-Based Violence and Human Rights in
21st Century Jamaica
Robert Carr (71–87)

Understanding Homophobia

A Human Skills Laboratory Approach to Training Social Workers: Evaluation
and Implications for Social Work Education.
Lita Allen
Lisa Norman
(88–105)

Social Work Practice Issues

An Exploratory Study of Social Workers’ Level of Inter-Organizational Contact
in Barbados: Indications of Outreach into Civil Society
Letnie Rock
Kathleen Valtonen
(106–122)

Social Work Practice Issues

The Caribbean–South Africa Diaspora: Towards Locally Specific Social Work
Education and Practice
Vishantie Sewpaul (123–142)

Caribbean Social Work History/Theory Development/Education Issues

Barbara Dicks, Ed., HIV Aids and Children in the English-Speaking Caribbean (2002) Sanjana Bhandwaj (143–147)

HIV / AIDS

Rae Tucker-Rambally, Practice Imperfect: Reflections on a Career in Social Work (2002) Geof Brown (148–152)

Social Work Practice Issues

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