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Canadian Social Work Review

What’s New?

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS – EDITORIAL BOARD
As part of the Canadian Social Work Review – Revue Canadienne de service social (CSWR-RCSS) commitment to decolonization, and to ensure Indigenous representation, two FNMI-Indigenous seats must be filled on the Editorial Board. Interested candidates are requested to submit a letter of interestand curriculum vitae by email to Marie-Christine Bois. Deadline for applications is May 31, 2021. For more information, click here.

STUDENT COMPETITION

CALL FOR PAPERS – THEME ISSUE
The Editorial Board is currently seeking manuscripts for an upcoming theme issue: Collective, Communal Responses to Mental Health. Deadline for submissions: June 30, 2021. Click here for details about the call Please submit your manuscript for the theme issue here, selecting “Theme Issue Submission” on the submission form.

OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS
The CSWR has an ongoing open call for papers. Click here to learn about the submission criteria and to submit your manuscript.


Who Are We?

The Canadian Social Work Review / Revue canadienne de service social (CSWR-RCSS) is a biannual, bilingual scholarly journal. Its purpose is to advance social work scholarship, practice and education in Canada by publishing original research and critical analysis that enriches or challenges existing knowledge.


How Can I Access the Journal?

Recent issues of the CSWR-RCSS can be accessed online via Érudit. Past issues of the journal are available through JStor.

In 2016, we transitioned to an electronic-only model of the journal, which is available through Érudit – a bilingual, electronic dissemination platform for Canadian scholarly publications. Individual members of CASWE-ACFTS receive a subscription to the journal as part of their membership benefits. For information on subscriptions, please click here.


Publish with the CSWR-RCSS!

We invite you to contribute to the Canadian Social Work Review and build Canadian-specific social work practice and education. Using a critical lens (including Indigenous, race, (dis)ability, queer and feminist theory), this journal aims to lift out the agendas and work of and within Indigenous, French and English communities, highlighting the complexity of diverse lived realities in this country. Your articles will be reviewed quickly and thoroughly, allowing a short turn-around time from submission to publication.

What’s in Our Current Issue?

CSWR, Volume 37 N. 2  (2020)

Acknowledgements/Remerciements

Articles

LES ACTIONS DES MEMBRES DU RÉSEAU SOCIAL DES FEMMES VICTIMES DE VIOLENCE CONJUGALE
Anne- Marie Nolet, Marie-Marthe Cousineau et Carlo Morselli

JOINING THE CALL TO INCORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY INTO THE CANADIAN SOCIAL WORK PROFESSION
David Firang

L’ARRIMAGE ENTRE LES BESOINS D’INTERVENTION PSYCHOSOCIALE DES COUPLES CONFRONTÉS À L’EXPÉRIENCE DU CANCER ET L’OFFRE DE SERVICE : LE POINT DE VUE DE COUPLES ET DE PROFESSIONNELS
Louise Picard, Marie-Claude Blais et Patrick Villeneuve

BUILDING TOGETHER: A REFLECTION ON COMMUNITY-BASED PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH PRIORITIES IN RELATION TO HIV/AIDS IN A REMOTE REGION OF QUEBEC
Oscar Labra, Gabriel Gingras Lacroix, Augustin Ependa, Sylvie Isabelle, Juan Pablo Bedoya Mejia, Gilles Tremblay, Marie-Ève Giroux, Alexandre Viau, Mélanie Beaucage, Kent Monteith, Dominic Bizot, Ray Bustinza and Tommy Cousineau

L’HISTOIRE DE LA CIGOGNE REVISITÉE : L’ANNONCE DE L’IDENTITÉ DU DONNEUR CHEZ LES ENFANTS DE FAMILLES LESBOPARENTALES AU QUÉBEC
Isabel Côté et Kévin Lavoie

ARTS-INSPIRED APPROACHES: FUELLING THE IMAGINATION
Samantha Wehbi

2019 Student Competition / Concours étudiant 2019

AN INTEGRATED EXISTENTIAL FRAMEWORK FOR TRAUMA THEORY
Kaitlin Wilmshurst

Forum – Covid-19

INTRODUCTION
François Boudreau et/and Gus Hill

EXACERBATION OF INEQUITIES DURING COVID-19: ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR SOCIAL WORKERS
Merlinda Weinberg

PERSONNES AÎNÉES ET COVID-19 : TRAJECTOIRES DE PARTICIPATION SOCIALE
Émilie Raymond, Mélanie Synnott et Frédérique Rivest

WHEN TWO PANDEMICS COLLIDE: RACISM, COVID-19 AND THE ASSOCIATION OF BLACK SOCIAL WORKERS EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard

THE ROLE OF EMERGENCY PSYCHIATRY SOCIAL WORK IN THE VIRTUAL CLINIC DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Ethan Stepho, Marta Heinrich, Lori Dunne, Holly Raymond, Usha Parthasarathi

Book reviews / Recensions de publication

L’ÉVALUATION DU FONCTIONNEMENT SOCIAL. DU QUOI AU COMMENT
Par Steve Audet et Denise Rondeau-Robitaille
Isabelle Chouinard et Martine Guénette

POSTMODERN SOCIAL WORK: REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AND EDUCATION
By Ken Moffatt
Allan Irving

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