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Self-directed Groupwork: social justice though social action and empowerment
(Policy Press, 2017-03-01)
Self-directed Groupwork and its values and methodology have taken root in a range of disciplines and in peer, volunteer and professionally facilitated groups addressing a diverse range of issues and across many countries. ...
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 ...
Notions of Support Challenged by Participatory research with adults with Asperger's Syndrome
This article will discuss the implications for traditional notions of support of the findings of some participatory research involving adults with Asperger’s syndrome as co-researchers. The research was undertaken as part ...