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Canadian Social Work Review

The Canadian Social Work Review / Revue canadienne de service social 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.

Find us on Érudit!
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.

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

 JOURNAL STUDENT COMPETITION
– Now Open!

Are you currently a student in a Canadian Social Work program? Submit your paper to our Student Competition for your chance to be published in an upcoming issue of the Canadian Social Work Review! Submission Guidelin

OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS
The CSWR welcomes articles of analytic and empirical merit (between 4,500 and 6,000 words) in either English or French.  Submission Guidelines


CURRENT ISSUE

CSWR, Volume 35, N. 2  (2018)
Articles
“THINGS I CANNOT CHANGE”
Moral Distress in the Implementation of Ontario Works Stephanie Baker Collins and Sheila Cranmer-Byng

RELIER LES INDIVIDUS À LEUR COMMUNAUTÉ D’APPARTENANCE
Vers un modèle intégré de personnalisation des services qui tient compte des besoins individuels et communautaires
Mathieu Roy et Mélissa Généreux

RESTRUCTURING SOCIAL WORK FIELD EDUCATION IN 21ST CENTURY CANADA
From Crisis Management to Sustainability
Jessica Ayala, Julie Drolet, Amy Fulton, Jennifer Hewson, Lorraine Letkemann, Myra Baynton, Grace Elliott,
Angela Judge-Stasiak, Carrie Blaug, Alice Gérard Tétreault and Elizabeth Schweizer

« CEUX QUI SONT PASSÉS PAR LÀ »
L’aide volontaire et les solidarités de proximité échangés entre parents en contexte d’autisme
Isabelle Courcy et Catherine des Rivières-Pigeon

CREATING A SPACE FOR INNOVATIVE TEACHING, LEARNING AND SERVICE DELIVERY
The Story of the Dalhousie University School of Social Work Community Clinic
Jeff Karabanow, Cyndi Hall, Harriet Davies, Andrea Murphy, Piedad MartinCalero, Sarah Oulton
and Michelle Titus

2017 Student Competition / Concours étudiant 2017
REGARD SUR LA JUSTICE SOCIALE À TRAVERS LA SITUATION DES MÈRES QUI ONT UN ENFANT PLACÉ PAR LES SERVICES DE PROTECTION DE L’ENFANCE
Julie Noël

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