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RESOURCES/BOOKS, VIDEOS, REPORTS

 

Videos - VHS

  • Child Poverty Spots
  • Community Mediation, Two Real-Life Experiences
  • Multiple Personality - putting many faces on child abuse. Directed by Ron Vida
  • Open Line on Children and Poverty
  • Raoul Léger, The Elusive Truth (National Film Board of Canada Production)
  • Scenes from Social Work - A Basic understanding- Social Work in the 90's.
  • Social Work: An extraordinary Profession.


Books/Resources

  • Adler, R. A., Towne, N., & Rolls, J.A. (2001). Looking out looking in ( 1stCanadian ed.). Orlando, FL: Harcourt Inc.
  • Anciaux, A. (1988).Rene Sand and the culture of human values. (N. Rice-Jones, Trans.). Ottawa, ON: International Council on Social Welfare.
  • Blake, R. B., Bryden, P. E., & Strain, J. F. (Eds.). (1997). The welfare state in Canada: Past, present and future. Concord, ON: Irwin Publishing.  
  • Brookings, C. C., & Jakes, S. S. (Eds.). (2004). Understanding ecological programming: Merging theory, research, and practice. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press Inc.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1998). Position statement on multitasking. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2000). Informed consent. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2002). Brief to government of Canada on 3rdyear review of the social union framework agreement. Ottawa, ON:Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2003). Statement on non-violence. Ottawa, ON:Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2004). Evaluation of the federal (social) budget, based on CASW social policy principles. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2007). Evaluating the 2007 federal budget smorgasbord or strategic spin?. Ottawa, ON:Author.
  • Canadian Council on Social Development. (1990-2004). Perception. Toronto, ON:Author.
  • Fawcett, B., Featherstone, B., Fook, J., & Rossiter, A. (Eds.). ( Practice and research in social work: Postmodern feminist perspectives. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Fook, J. (1993). Radical casework: A theory of practice. St. Leonards, Australia:Allen and Unwin. 
  • Galper, J. H. (1975).The politics of social services. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Inc.
  • Gilbert, N., & Specht, H. (1977). Planning for social welfare: Issues, models, and tasks. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Inc.
  • Jones, O. G. (1991). Parliamentary procedure at a glance. New York, NY: Penguin Books.
  • Maines, J. A. (1953).Through the years in C.A.S.W. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Association of Social Workers.   
  • Michaud, Y., & St-Amand, N. Multidisciplinarity: An innovative approach?
  • National Council of Welfare. (2007). First Nations, Métis and Inuit children and youth: Time to act. National Council of Welfare Reports (Vol. 127). Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Province of New Brunswick. (2005). Premier’s Consultation Forums. Fredericton, NB: Author.  
  • Shragge, E. (Ed.). (1997). Workfare: Ideology for a new under-class. Toronto, ON: Garamond Press. 
  • Speakers’ Bureau North Inc. Outstanding professional speakers: A catalog. Wahnapitae, ON: Author.
  • Swimmer, G. (Ed.). (1996). How Ottawa spends 1996-1997: Life under the knife. Ottawa, ON:Carleton University Press.  
  • The Ecumenical Coalition for Economic Justice. (1993). Reweaving Canada’s social programs, from shredded safety net to social solidarity. Toronto, ON:Author.


SOCIAL WORK GENERAL

  • Austin, C. D., & McClelland, R. W. (Eds.). (1996).Perspectives on case management practice. Milwaukee, WI: Families International Inc.
  • Barker, R. L.The social work dictionary.Washington, DC: NASW Press.
  • Beebe, P. J. (1990).The codependent counselor: Guidelines for self-assessment and change. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
  • Brager, G., & Holloway, S. (1978).  Changing human service organizations. New York, NY: The Free Press.
  • Cameron, & Sharpe. (Eds.). (1988).Policies for full employment. Ottawa, ON:Canadian Council on Social Development.
  • Canadian Association of School of Social Work, & Canadian Association of Social Workers.  (2000). In critical demand: Social work in Canada (Vols. 1-2). Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1965-1995). The social worker. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1998-Present). Annual report. Ottawa, ON: Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2000). CASW National scope of practice statement. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2002). The school social worker. Ottawa, ON: Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2004).The impacts of working conditions on social worker and their practice: A CASW review of current literature. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. Au delà de ’76 and beyond. Ottawa, ON : Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. Social work forum monograph. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Donner, S., & Sessions, P. (1995). Garrett’s interviewing: Its principles and methods (4thed.). Milwaukee, WI: Families International Inc.
  • Friedman, B. D. (1999).Ecological perspectives cookbook: Recipes for social workers. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.
  • Golan, N. (1978). Treatment in crisis situations. New York, NY: The Free Press.
  • Hall, N. (Ed.). (2006).Social work: Making a world of difference. Social work around the world IV in the years of IFSW’s 50thjubilee. Berne Switzerland:International Federation of Social Workers and Fafo.  
  • Henshel, A., & Henshel, R. (1973). Perspectives on social problems. Dons Mills, ON: Longmann Canada Limited.
  • Mika, K. L. (1996). Program outcome evaluation: A step-by-step handbook. Milwaukee, WI: Families International Inc.
  • Milner, J., & O’Byrne, P. (1998). Assessment in social work. New York, NY: Palgrave.
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Social Workers. (2007). Quality of work life survey. St. John’s, NL:Author.  
  • Ngoh-Tiong, T., & Envall, E. (Eds.). (2000).Social work around the world. Berne: Switzerland:International Federation of Social Workers.
  • Payne, M. (1991). Modern social work theory: A critical introduction. New York, NY: Macmillan Press Ltd.
  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (2007). Leaving abuse: Tips for your safety (Brochure). Fredericton, NB:Author.  
  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (2007). No means no: Understanding consent to sexual activity (Brochure). Fredericton, NB: Author.  
  • Shulman, L. (1993). Interactional supervision. Washington, DC: NASW Press.
  • Weinger, S. (2001). Security risk: Preventing client violence against social workers. Washington, DC: NASW Press.
  • Women’s Action Centre Against Violence. Addressing the personal safety concerns of health care and social service workers in rural areas. Ottawa, ON: Author.


ABUSE

  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (2006). Abuse and neglect of adults with disabilities and seniors. Fredericton, NB: Author.


CHILDREN

  • Arbuthnot, J., & Gordon, D. A. What about the children: A guide for divorced and divorcing parents.The Center for Divorce Education.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1994). Social work practice guidelines in dealing with child sexual abuse. Ottawa, ON: Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2003). Child welfare project: Creating conditions for good practice. Ottawa, ON: Author.  
  • Department of Family and Community Services, & Department of Health and Wellness. (2005). Early childhood initiatives: Program review. Author.  
  • Galaway, B., & Hudson, J. (Eds.). (1995).Child welfare in Canada: Research and policy implications. Toronto, ON: Thompson Educational Publishing Inc.
  • Government of New Brunswick. (2005).Child victims of abuse and neglect: Protocols. Fredericton, NB: Author.  
  • National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome. (2006). Prevention catalog: Shaken baby syndrome. Educational training material and products. Ogden, UT: Author.
  • New Brunswick Family and Community Services. (2001). Greater opportunities for New Brunswick children: An early childhood development agenda. Phase 1: 2001-2002.Author.  
  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (1998). Child abuse: Recognize it, report it, prevent it! (Brochure). Fredericton, NB: Author.
  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (2007).Spanking and disciplining children: What you should know about section 43 of the criminal code (Brochure). Fredericton, NB: Author.  
  • Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights. (2007). Children: The silenced citizens. Effective implementation of Canada’s international obligations with respect to the rights of children- final report. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Wells, M. (1990).Canada’s law on child sexual abuse: A handbook. Ottawa, ON: Department of Justice Canada.  


COMMUNITY

  • Collier, K. (1993). Social work with rural peoples (2nded.). Vancouver, BC: New Star Books. 
  • Cox, F. M., Erlichm J. L., Rothman, J., & Tropman, J. E. (1979). Strategies of community organizations: A book of readings (3rded.). Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock Publishers Inc. 
  • Lipsky, M. (1980). Street-level bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the individual in public services. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
  • Wharf, B. (Ed.). (1979). Community work in Canada. Toronto, ON: McClelland and Stewart Limited.


COMPUTER

  • Grant, G. B., & Grobman, L. M. (1998).The social worker’s internet handbook. Harrisburg, PA: White Hat Communications. 
  • Mabey, D. (1994). Computer in social work: A selected, annotated bibliography having to do with the use of computers in social work practice (Version 6, Supplement #2). Saint John, NB: Centracare Saint John Inc. 


DISABILIITES

  • The Premier’s Council on the Status of Disabled Persons. (2004). Responses to the report ‘Awareness, action, accountability: A strategy for citizens living with a disability in New Brunswick’. Update status report #4. Fredericton, NB:Author.  


FAMILIES

  • Munson, C. E. (1980). Social work with families: Theory and practice. New York, NY: The Free Press.
  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (2006).Family violence and the law: Train-the-trainer (Brochure). Fredericton, NB:Author.  
  • The National Forum on Family Security. (1996).Family security in insecure times (Vols. 1-2). Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • The NB Family Violence and the Workplace Committee. (2004).Family violence, it’s your business: A workplace toolkit.Fredericton, NB:Author.


HEALTH

  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1998).Statement on prevention practices and health promotion. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2001). The role of social work in mental health. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Health and Welfare Canada. (1992).Enhancing prevention in the practice of health professionals: Strategies for today and tomorrow. Author.  
  • Kushner, C., & Rachlis, M. (1995).Strong Medicine: How to save Canada’s health care system. Toronto, ON: Harper Perennial.


HIV/AIDS

  • AIDS New Brunswick. (1998).A guide to living with HIV/AIDS in New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB:Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers, & Health Canada. (1997).Comprehensive guide for the care of persons with HIV disease: Module 6- psychosocial care. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1990). Preparing for HIV and AIDS. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1995). Statement on the impact of HIV/AIDS. Ottawa, ON: Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1995).Social work practice and practice wisdom in the field of HIV/AIDS: A research report. Ottawa, ON:Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1996).Social workers and HIV/AIDS: A challenge to our profession. Ottawa, ON: Author.  
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2000). Social work manifesto on HIV/AIDS. Ottawa, ON: Author.  
  • Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. (2004).Privacy protection and the disclosure of health information: Legal issues for people living with HIV/AIDS in Canada. Toronto, ON:Author.  
  • Corporation professionelle des travailleurs sociaux du Québec.(1990). Intervention (86)  Psychosocial intervention and AIDS. Montreal, QC: Author.
  • International Federation of Social Workers.(1990). International policy on HIV/AIDS. Berne, Switzerland: Author.


JUSTICE

  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (1986).Capital punishment: Policy statement. Ottawa, ON:Author.
  • Cunningham, A., & Hurley, P. (2007).A full and candid account: Using special accommodations and testimonial aids to facilitate the testimony of children (Vols. 1-7). London, ON: London Family Court Clinic Inc. 
  • May, T., & Vass, A. A. (Eds.). (1996).Working with offenders: Issues, contexts and outcomes. Thousand Oaks, CA:Sage Publications Ltd.   
  • Satterfield, & Vayda. (1997).Law for social workers:  A canadian guide (2nded.). Toronto, ON: Carswell. 


NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

  • Frederick, M. R., & Kelly, H. M.Duties and responsibilities of directors of non-profit corporations. Toronto, ON:Canadian Society of Association Executives.
  • Kelly, R., & Perry, H. Association management: Perspectives, practices and procedures for the management of non-profit organizations.
  • Mina, E. The guide to better meetings for directors of non-profit organizations. Toronto, ON:Canadian Society of Association Executives.
  • Perry, H. Call to order: Meeting rules and procedures for non-profit organizations. Owen Sound, ON: Big Bay Publishing Inc. 


POVERTY

  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2004). Gendering the poverty line. Ottawa, ON:Author.
  • Cohen, E. J., & Petten, A. (1997). Sounding the alarm: Poverty in Canada.
  • Law Commission of Canada. (2003).Transforming relationships through participatory justice. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Novick, M. (2007). Summoned to stewardship: Make poverty reduction a collective legacy. Toronto, ON:Campaign 2000 Policy Perspectives.


RESEARCH

  • Atherton, C. R., & Klemmack, D. L. (1982). Research methods in social work: An introduction. Toronto, ON: D.C. Health and Company.
  • Gripton, J., Irving, A., Murphy, M. A., & Nutter, R. (1995).A study of the state-of-the-art of social work research in Canada: Appendices and author index.
  • Gripton, J., Irving, A., Murphy, M. A., & Nutter, R. (1995).A study of the state-of-the-art of social work research in Canada.
  • Neuman, W. L. (1994). Social research methods: Qualitative and quantitative approaches (2nded.). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.  


SENIORS

  • Chapin, R., Cox, E. O., Kelchner, E. S. (Eds.). (2001). Gerontological social work practice: Issues, challenges, and potential. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press Inc.
  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (2007).Going to a nursing home (Brochure). Fredericton, NB:Author.
  • Seniors’ Secretariat. (2005).Strategy for positive aging in Nova Scotia. Halifax, NS:Author.  


SOCIAL POLICY

  • Blake, R., & Keshen, J. (1995).Social welfare policy in Canada: Historical readings. Toronto, ON: Copp Clark Ltd. 
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2003). Social policy principles. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Canadian Council on Social Development. (1991). Social policy in the 1990s: The challenge. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Council on Social Development. (1997).Inclusive social policy development: Ideas for practitioners. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Diaz, D. R., & Mora, J. (Eds.). (2004).Latino social policy: A participatory research model. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press Inc. 
  • Yelaja, S. A. (Ed.). (1978).Canadian social policy. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.   


VOLUNTEERS

  • Public Legal Education and Information Service of NB. (2002). Helping NB volunteers help themselves. Fredericton, NB: Author.


WOMEN

  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2005). Income of black women in Canada. Ottawa, ON:Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2006). The declining health and well-being of low-income women in Canada: A preventable tragedy. Ottawa, ON: Author.
  • Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2007). Financial security for women seniors in Canada. Ottawa, ON:Author.  
  • Glassgold, J. M., & Iasenza, S. (2004).Lesbians, feminism, and psychoanalysis: The second wave. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press. 
  • Mancuso, A., & Norman, E. (1980). Women’s issues and social work practice. Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock Publishers Inc. 
  • Maritime Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health. Trilogy (Vols. 1-3). Author.
  • McMullen, L. M., & Stoppard, J. M. (Eds.). (2003).Situating sadness: Women and depression in social context. New York, NY: New York University Press.
  • NB Advisory Council on the Status of Women. (2008) Report card on the status on women in NB: A statistical profile. Fredericton, NB:Author.  

 

 




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