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One method, two worlds: An Exploration of Group Work across Two Jurisdictions in North America
(Whiting and Birch, 2014)
Looking at practices in different locations is benefi cial since it helps challenge assumptions that we may take for granted. Groupwork, as a method of social work, is specifi cally interesting to explore in the light ...
Managing Sex Offenders in the UK: Challenges for Policy and Practice.
(Palgrave MacMillan, 2014)
Welcome to our Visual Learning Journey (editorial)
This editorial introduces the issue of the Journal of Writing in Creative Practice guest-edited by Julia Reeve and Kaye Towlson.
Controlled Electrostatic Self-Assembly of Ibuprofen-Cationic Dextran Nanoconjugates Prepared by low Energy Green Process – a Novel Delivery Tool for Poorly Soluble Drugs
Purpose: The direct effect of electrostatic interaction between ibuprofen and cationic dextran on the system-specific physicochemical parameters and intrinsic dissolution characteristics of ibuprofen was evaluated in order ...
Working with Parents of Gender Independent Children: using social action as an emancipatory research framework
This article examines and reflects on the methodology used in a research project that involved group work activities with parents of gender-variant children. Gender variance in children remains a topic people talk little ...
Circles of Support and accountability (CoSA): A case file review of two pilots
(Ministry of Justice, 2014)
This research summary provides a description of Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA), a community-based initiative that aims to prevent further offending and sexual abuse by sexual offenders.
Examining the challenge of using social media to increase the safeguarding and protection of survivors of sexual violence and domestic violence- balancing the benefits of identifying as a group with a “common” experience- with an engagement with diverse experiences and isolated individuals