Current affiliation: Griffith UniversitySubject: Social Policy & WelfarePrimary location: Australia
Published in:Journal of Australian StudiesPublication date:2012-12-01
The Vietnam War played a significant role in the institutionalisation of intercountry adoption (ICA) in Australia. The fall of Saigon provided the ...
Published in:International Social WorkPublication date:2015-03-23
This brief note discusses the state of social work literature in addition to the International Federation of Social Workers’ position statement. A ...
Published in:NaturePublication date:2012-02-01
Published in:SSRN Electronic JournalPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:Australian Social WorkPublication date:2005-12-01
Published in:Social Policy and SocietyPublication date:2012-04-18
Research is important wherever there is an imbalance of power and where voices are silent or overlooked and when others speak for them.
Published in:Ethics and Social WelfarePublication date:2016-03-11
Injustice is at odds with social work's mandate to promote social justice, human rights and ethical responsibility. In nations like the UK, Austral...
Published in:Reflective PracticePublication date:2009-04-01
Published in:Ethics & BehaviorPublication date:2011-11-01
Published in:Australian Social WorkPublication date:2015-03-02
Social work podcasting promotes the profession and contributes to a social work identity; makes connections between theory, research, and practice;...
Published in:Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and DevelopmentPublication date:2006-06-01
Published in:Social Policy and SocietyPublication date:2012-03-30
Published in:Sexuality and DisabilityPublication date:2003-01-01
Published in:International Journal of Social WelfarePublication date:2011-04-19
The future of inter-country adoption
Published in:Sexuality and DisabilityPublication date:2010-09-02
Published in:Sexuality and DisabilityPublication date:2005-06-01
Published in:Australian Social WorkPublication date:2013-09-01
"2012 marked historic events in the practice of adoption in Australia. Government focus was on the formulation of apologies to those people affecte...
Published in:Australian Social WorkPublication date:2010-12-01
Published in:Journal of Interprofessional CarePublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:Journal of Reproductive and Infant PsychologyPublication date:2015-11-17
One hundred and ninety-seven British newspaper articles were analysed to understand social changes in relation to surrogacy and how surrogacy was d...
Published in:BrainPublication date:2008-08-21
Published in:The British Journal of Social WorkPublication date:2012-10-30
Transnational adoption requires adoptive parents to negotiate complexities concerning difference and belonging within the family. This is not alway...
Published in:The British Journal of Social WorkPublication date:2014-01-12
Biomedicine, bioethics and the law dominate policy and practice in controversial methods of creating families through assisted reproductive technol...
Published in:Encyclopedia of Social WorkPublication date:2015-03-02
Published in:Disability and RehabilitationPublication date:2016-10-14
Published in:Australian Social WorkPublication date:2017-03-29
Published in:Social Work in Health CarePublication date:2017-07-19
Published in:Research EthicsPublication date:2017-11-09
Interfering with research
Published in:Medicolegal and BioethicsPublication date:2018-02-01
This article discusses the ethical issues related to international commercial surrogacy.