Spirituality and Social Work: Select Canadian Readings

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John Russell Graham, John Coates, Barbara Swartzentruber, Brian Ouellette
Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2007 - 356 sayfa

Spirituality is an area of thought and practice that is attracting an increasing amount of attention and interest from social work practitioners, theorists, and instructors. Spirituality and Social Work: Selected Canadian Readings explores the history, practice, and diversity of faith traditions with which spirituality and social work are intertwined.

Exciting and relevant chapters in this collection include:

  • Spirituality As a Guiding Construct in the Development of Canadian Social Work
  • Reframing Spirituality, Reconceptualizing Change: Possibilities for Critical Social Work
  • From Ecology to Spirituality and Social Justice
  • Making Circles: Renewing First Nations Ways of Helping
  • Black Churches in Canada: Vehicles for Fostering Community Development in African-Canadian Communities
  • Islamic Theology and Prayer: Relevance for Social Work Practice
 

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Contributors
xv
Introduction
1
History
17
Chapter 1
23
Chapter 2
47
Chapter 3
65
Chapter 4
69
Chapter 5
75
Chapter 12
191
Spirituality and Emerging Areas of Practice
205
Chapter 13
213
Chapter 14
229
Chapter 15
243
Diversity and Faith Traditions
253
Chapter 16
259
Chapter 17
273

Spirituality in Social Work Practice
87
Chapter 6
93
Chapter 7
111
Chapter 8
135
Chapter 9
143
Chapter 10
161
Chapter 11
175
Chapter 18
299
Chapter 19
323
Conclusion
339
Copyright Acknowledgements
355
Back Cover
358
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John Coates is Professor of Social Work at St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick. He is also Chair of the Canadian Society for Spirituality and Social Work and has written on the relevance of ecology and spirituality for social work.

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