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Localization of social work knowledge through practitioner adaptations in northern Ontario and the Northwest Territories, Canada / John R. Graham.

Title: Localization of social work knowledge through practitioner adaptations in northern Ontario and the Northwest Territories, Canada / John R. Graham.
Author(s): Graham, John R.
Date: 2008.
In: Arctic. (2008.), Vol. 61(4) (2008)
Abstract: Reports interviews conducted with social work practitioners in northern Ontario and NWT to gain insight into how changes in current social work knowledge base could be locus for meaningful and contextually sensitive social work knowledge and intervention. Presents key findings that assist in developing understanding of social work practice and knowledge specific to Canadian North.
Notes:

Arctic. Vol. 61(4) :399-406 (2008).

Keywords: 3 -- Social sciences.
314 -- Demography.
36 -- Social welfare.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 186391

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