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Monica Short
Charles Sturt University
SociologyPsychologySocial workPedagogyFaith
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Nearly two thirds of Indigenous Australians reside outside capital cities. Several Anglican Churches inrural, regional and remote locations strive to engage with Aboriginal communities. A number of Aboriginal peopleare active and vibrant members of the Anglican Communion, faithfully ministering and sharing the Christianmessage. Two members of the Anglican Church, one Indigenous and one non-Indigenous, via a co-operativeinquiry, explored the question: how do the inquirers perceive the Anglican Ch...
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ABSTRACTCase management is experiencing a major evolution that involves the isolation of its roles and the compartmentalization of its functions. As educators, it is challenging to keep track of these changes and to equip students for contemporary practice. Five social work academics from three educational institutions undertook a co-operative inquiry into the research question; ‘What are the tensions within the contemporary human and community services environment that are influencing the teach...
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ABSTRACTThe authors document a co-operative inquiry involving two social workers, a sociologist, and a theologian, each with personal and professional connections to disability and rurality. They consider the following research question: How do the inquirers perceive the Anglican Church of Australia located in rural, regional and remote communities engage with people living with disabilities? The authors present from a sociological viewpoint the rural Anglican Church of Australia's influence on ...
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The case study method is a popular pedagogical tool within social work education. It is, however, unclear if individual organisations, students, practitioners and academics have fully appraised the value and power of the case study beyond research activities. This article describes a critical reflection exercise into the functionality of the case study method. It presents the themes from a co-operative inquiry conducted by six professionals with experience in social work field education. This pr...
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