2 edition of Handbook on education and social work in South Africa. found in the catalog.
Handbook on education and social work in South Africa.
Ernst Gideon Malherbe
|Statement||E.G. Malherbe (editor)|
|Contributions||New Education Fellowship (South Africa)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 120 p.|
|Number of Pages||120|
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Understanding the dynamics of the relationship you have with your supervisor and how it affects your practice is extremely important for the development of your professional identity as a future social worker. References. Bennett, C. S. (). Attachment-informed supervision for social work field education. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36, English. The article addresses the plight of South Africa's poorest Black majority and the government's efforts to alleviate poverty. Qualitative findings associated with social work practitioners' perspectives on the success of the efforts and the use of a developmental practice approach for the reduction of poverty are discussed.
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The Handbook of Social Work and Social Development in Africa book. Edited By Mel Gray. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 26 October Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. DOI Pages by: 1. Handbook on education and social work in South Africa.
Pretoria, The New Education Fellowship (South Africa), (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E G Malherbe; New Education Fellowship (South Africa). Mel Gray is Professor and Chair of Social Work at the University of Newcastle, Australia, and previously the University KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa, where she was edited the first book on Developmental Social Work in South Africa (David Philip ) and has long had an interest in the responsive of Western social work to non-Western contexts.
published book chapters and articles in accredited journals both nationally and internationally. His book publications include Multigrade teaching: A review of issues, trends and practices – implications for teacher education (); Dropouts’ reintegration in school: Experiences and school leadership implications in South Africa ().
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Hardback. Routledge International Handbooks. English. Edited by Professor Mel Gray. Share. All recent books on international social work mention Africa only briefly and few engage with the broader field of development studies.
This book focuses solely on the unique African context engaging with issues relating to social work. Figure 3: Map of provinces in South Africa B A Source: Map work made easy: A handbook for EducatorsGrade p Ruth Versveld 8.
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In South Africa individualist, liberal, colonial, masculine and “white” discourses prevail. The book is intended for use by those involved in social work and social development practice, social work educators, students, as well as policy makers.
It is relevant not just for audiences in Africa but also the global social work community, especially those interested in promoting culturally relevant social work. Area Handbook for the Republic of South Africa.
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