Contemporary Rural Social Work

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Announcements

 

Call for Papers. Special issue of Contemporary Rural Social Work: Raising Awareness of Global Rural Issues and Solutions

 

Rural communities around the world face common challenges requiring their own unique focus of social work inquiry and competencies. Some of these interrelated challenges include lack of access to education and services, histories of colonization and exploitation, high levels of disease, poverty, isolation, hopelessness, and civic inertia. Local responses to these challenges offer an array of approaches and interventions which colleagues in other locales may find useful. This Special Issue of Contemporary Rural Social Work will feature practice, policy, theory, and research articles focused on global rural issues and local responses to these issues.  International social workers, both scholars and practitioners, are encouraged to contribute.  Please click "More" below for additional information.

 
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Vol 6 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editor-in-Chief's Introduction

Editor's Introduction
Peggy Pittman Munke
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i-iii

Feature Articles

Elizabeth Twining Blue, Ann Marie Kutzler, Suzanne Marcon-Fuller
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1-15
Deanna L. Trella, Timothy Patrick Hilton
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16-39
Susan Ryan, George Stuart Leibowitz, Jeanne M. Nauheimer, Paul Force-Emery Mackie
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40-57
Mingun Lee, Karen Carlson, Sylvia Hawranick Senften
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58-71
Ida M. Mills, Mark A. Mills
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72-85
Kenneth Flanagan, Thomasine Heitkamp, Randall C Nedegaard, Dheeshana S Jayasundara
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86-106

Practice Notes

Andrew M. O'Neill, Valerie L. Leyva, Michael N Humble, Melinda L. Lewis, John A. Garcia
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117-125

Teaching Notes

Karen Rice, Kathleen Walsh
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126-135
Michelle Emery Blake, Mary Fran Davis
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136-145
Laura J Praglin, Linda L. Nebbe
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146-156

Book Reviews

Book review of Rural Mental Health: Issues, Policies, and Best Practices
Peter A Kindle
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107-109
Susie Mallard Barnes
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110-111
Leah N. Diaz
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112-113
Book review of Daughters and Granddaughters of Farmworkers: Emerging from the Long Shadow of Farm Labor
Jaclyn Adrian
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114-116

Poetry

Danielle Dubrasky
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157-159
David Salner
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160
Shawn Fawson
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161

Complete Volume

Complete Volume
 
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