Aboriginal Social Work Education in Australia

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Abstract

A number of factors have mitgated against the indigenous peoples in Australia being successful in socila work studies. These include historical, systemic issues, the nature of professional social work education, and community influences.The following is a description of one university's co-operative response to the issue.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWalking in the Good Way
Subtitle of host publicationloterihwakwarihshion Tsi ihse - Aboriginal Social Work Education
EditorsIngrid Thompson Cooper, Gail Stacey Moore
Place of PublicationToronto, Canada
PublisherCanadian Scholars' Press Inc.
Pages121-132
Number of pages12
Edition8
ISBN (Print)9781551303512
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Anscombe, A. (2009). Aboriginal Social Work Education in Australia. In I. T. Cooper, & G. S. Moore (Eds.), Walking in the Good Way: loterihwakwarihshion Tsi ihse - Aboriginal Social Work Education (8 ed., pp. 121-132). Canadian Scholars' Press Inc..