Southern African Journal of Social Work and Social Development

Southern African Journal of Social Work and Social Development formerly The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher is a refereed interdisciplinary journal for social workers and social service professionals concerned with the advancement of the theory and practice of social work and social development in Africa and in a changing global world. 


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Call for Journal Articles: Decolonising Social Work Education in South Africa

 

The Southern African Journal of Social Work and Social Development (formerly known as The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher), in partnership with the Association for South African Social Work Education Institutions, calls for journal articles on the theme: Decolonising social work education in South Africa.

 
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Vol 28, No 3 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

EDITORIAL PDF
Karien Jooste, Nicolette V. Roman 218-220

Articles

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF NGOS ON THE WELL-BEING OF EXTENDED HOUSEHOLDS IN SOWETO PDF
Mojalefa Rooderick, Phillip Blaauw, Rinie Schenck 221-235
NURSE LEADERS’ EMOTIONAL RESPONSE AND COPING MECHANISMS WHILE CARING FOR YOUTH VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE AT A COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE PDF
Harrite Ekole-Chabanga, Karien Jooste 236-250
PRACTITIONERS’ EXPERIENCES OF STUDENT SUPERVISION IN THE BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK DEGREE PDF
Shernaaz Carelse, Leticia Poggenpoel 251-263
ILLICIT DRUG USE BY SECONDARY SCHOOL LEARNERS: RECLAIMING A LIFE PDF
Gwarega Chibaya, Jeanette Maritz 264-277
COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP TO ENHANCE WELLBEING OF FAMILIES: FACTORS THAT SUSTAIN IT PDF
Nicolette Vanessa Roman, Carol Rondganger, Jose M Frantz 278-287
SELF-COACHING STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS’ INDIVIDUAL WELLNESS PDF
Karien Henrico 288-302
HEALTH PROMOTERS’ CONTRIBUTION REGARDING HEALTH PROMOTION FOR FAMILIES WITH ADOLESCENTS WITHIN THE HIV AND AIDS CONTEXT PDF
Mmapheko Doriccah Peu 303-315
THE EXPERIENCES OF LAY COUNSELLORS REGARDING HIV AND AIDS CARE AND SUPPORT IN TSHWANE CLINICS PDF
Chuene Mkhabele, Doriccah Peu 316-329
THE EFFECTS OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES OF SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS ON NOTIONS OF WELL-BEING: INSIGHTS FOR EDUCATION AND PRACTICE PDF
Glynnis Dykes, Sulina Green 330-344
THE DYNAMICS OF FEMALE EDUCATION FROM THE BASIC TO THE TERTIARY LEVELS IN GHANA: CHALLENGES AND REFLECTIONS PDF
Lydia Aziato 345-354
EMPOWERING PEER EDUCATORS AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS (HEIS) TO DEAL WITH HIV AND AIDS PDF
Hilda Vember 355-372
VIEWS OF MALE COMMUNITY ELDERS WITH REGARDS TO TRADITIONAL MALE CIRCUMCISION AT A CLINIC IN LIMPOPO PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA PDF
Azwianewi Mathule, Tebogo Mothiba 373-382