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dc.contributor.authorMoeke-Pickering, Taima-
dc.contributor.authorPartridge, Cheryle-
dc.identifier.citationReflets: Revue d'intervention sociale et communautaire: La formation pratique: allier milieux de pratique et milieux d'enseignement. Vol. 20, No 1 printempts 2014en_CA
dc.description.abstractThis paper discusses the development and positioning of a Native social work program, and why it was established within a mainstream University institute. It will focus on the discourse associated with Aboriginal social work worldviews and the positioning of curricula established by Aboriginal communities to adapt to mainstream academia. This paper will also show how Aboriginal Teachings are utilized as “theory to practice” models and provide examples and insights into how students are incorporating Aboriginal worldviews in their field placements.en_CA
dc.publisherConsortium Eruditen_CA
dc.subjectAboriginal social worken_CA
dc.subjectEnglish versionen_CA
dc.titleAboriginal Social Work: Incorporating Aboriginal worldviews in social work field practiceen_CA
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