• Special section: Community approaches to problems: Beyond individual and family solutions 

      Gremillion, Helen (Guilford Publications, Inc., 2013-03)
      I am delighted to introduce this special issue, which brings together a range of community approaches to problems which counselors and social workers might otherwise address through more conventional individual, family ...
    • Spinning rubbish into gold 

      Stansfield, John (The University of Glasgow (Glasgow, Scotland), 2018)
      Ki te kahore he whakakitenga ka ngaro te iwi "Without foresight or vision the people will be lost" In this case study I introduce a social enterprise in waste and recycling using community development methodology. The ...
    • Strategies to establish Social Policy Units (SPUs) within community-based organisations 

      Nguyen, Hoa; Moore, Cameron (Unitec ePress, 2020-02-24)
      Community organisations hold huge knowledge about the needs as well as the dynamics of different communities. However, they often struggle to provide input and contribute this knowledge into the policy decision making ...
    • Student selection process effectiveness : correlations between task performance and undergraduate success 

      Hughes, Catherine; Gremillion, Helen; Bridgman, Geoffrey; Ashley, Paul; McNabb, David (Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work (ANZSW), 2017)
      INTRODUCTION: This article is a case study of student selection process effectiveness in an undergraduate social work degree at Unitec in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. Addressing an internationally under-researched ...
    • Supervision and culture : meetings at thresholds 

      Crocket, Kathie; Flanagan, Paul; Alford, Zoë; Allen, Jody; Baird, Janet; Bruce, Arthur; Bush, Diana; Campbell, Joan; Finnigan, Sandie; Frayling, Ian; Frayling, Maureen; Pizzini, Nigel; Simpson, Naarah; Smith, Bernard; Soundy, Tricia; Swann, Brent; Swann, Huia (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2013)
      Counsellors are required to engage in supervision in order to reflect on, reflexively review, and extend their practice. Supervision, then, might be understood as a partnership in which the focus of practitioners and ...
    • Targeted reading comprehension strategies instruction for raising reading levels in tertiary contexts 

      Savery, Natalie (2012)
      This small-scale action research within a tertiary music bridging programme with language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) embedded examined the effect of reading comprehension strategies instruction for raising adult reading ...
    • Toward equal participation : an auto-ethnography of facilitating consultations in the refugee sector 

      Elliott, Susan (Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers (ANZASW), 2015)
      This article uses an auto-ethnographic approach to exploring how one positions oneself as a facilitator in a layered and power-laden context in the refugee sector in New Zealand to ensure just and collaborative negotiations. ...
    • A Treaty based framework for mainstream social work education in Aotearoa New Zealand : educators talk about their practice 

      McNabb, David (Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers, 2019)
      INTRODUCTION: Globally, indigenous social work educators have pursued decolonisation and the development of decolonising practices as part of the indigenous peoples’ rights movement and based on social work principles ...
    • Values-based politics and new structural social work: Theory for a post-neoliberal age? 

      Matthewson, Peter (Unitec ePress, 2021-12-16)
      The mission of social work includes implementing positive changes in the structures of society to enhance social justice, not simply assisting individuals and families to achieve personal growth and better adaptation to ...
    • Walking a tightrope: A balancing act by school counsellors 

      Pizzini, Nigel; Gremillion, Helen; Newman, T.; Shaw, Kristi (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2021)
      When clients report harm or abuse to a counsellor and the threshold of “imminent harm” is not met, the counsellor faces potentially competing ethical imperatives. While reporting or informing others can bring safety, it ...
    • “Write the world” and tell the stories of your ancestors 

      Rangiwai, Byron (Auckland University of Technology, 2021-07-27)
      William Cuthers is of Cook Islands Māori and New Zealand Māori descent. He was raised in South Auckland in the 1980s by his mother (Cuthers, 2020). William’s connections to the Cook Islands and his ancestors' involvement ...

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