Social Work Research in Practice: Ethical and Political Contexts

Books

Heather D’Cruz & Martyn Jones

  • Citations
  • Add to My List
  • Text Size

  • Chapters
  • Front Matter
  • Back Matter
  • Subject Index
  • Copyright

    Acknowledgements

    SAGE has been part of the global academic community since 1965, supporting high quality research and learning that transforms society and our understanding of individuals, groups and cultures. SAGE is the independent, innovative, natural home for authors, editors and societies who share our commitment and passion for the social sciences.

    Find out more at: www.sagepublications.com

    Acknowledgements

    In Memoriam

    Daphne Monica D’Cruz (née Doggett) (1931–2007)

    James Joseph D’Cruz (1927–2012)

    To

    Penny, Ben and Hannah

    About the Authors

    Dr Heather D’Cruz was employed in Australian public sector organizations (1979–1996) and as an academic at various Australian universities (1996–2009). More recently, she was an Adjunct Research Associate, Centre for Human Rights Education, Curtin University, Western Australia (2010–2012). Heather’s research interests are in child and family policy and practice, and identity, diversity and inclusivity. She is the author of Constructing Meanings and Identities in Child Protection Practice (2004, Tertiary Press, Australia). She is also a co-editor (with Struan Jacobs and Adrian Schoo) of Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives (2009, Ashgate, UK), and (with Margaret Kumar and Niranjala Weerakkody) of Where are you From? Voices in Transition (2010, Common Ground Publishers, Altona, Australia). She was an invited Visiting Leverhulme Fellow (2007–2008), sponsored by the University of Salford, UK.

    Associate Professor Martyn Jones is Associate Dean (Human Services) in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. He was employed previously in social work education at Deakin University, Australia and at Exeter University in the UK. Martyn has had a long-term interest in the relation between research and practice in social work, and the potential benefits for marginalized populations. His current academic pursuits include the changing contexts of human service practice, and models of collaborative knowledge exchange.

    Acknowledgements

    The original book published in 2004 was based on print study materials (Social Work Practice Research A: Study Guide and Reader, © Deakin University). This new edition is substantially different in content, although the overall theme of the ethical and political dimensions of social work research remains constant. We would like to acknowledge Deakin University for their encouragement and interest in this new edition. We would also like to thank colleagues in Australia and overseas who have provided constructive feedback and encouragement of our ideas over the years. We would like to thank our students, without whom many of the developments in this text would not have emerged in our quest to make research interesting, engaging and practical. We extend special thanks to Struan Jacobs for his unstinting help and willingness to wade through lengthy drafts of some chapters and offer scholarly advice. We are appreciative of the support and encouragement from our editors at Sage, London, especially Emma Milman, who has been with us throughout the process. Finally, we are grateful to have survived this marathon, through family bereavements, significant health crises, and the multiple demands of academia in the twenty-first century. Completion would not have been possible without the affirming presence of family, friends, and companions.

    Heather D’Cruz and Martyn Jones October 2013

    Preface

    This book is an update of the book that was first published in 2004. Based on both formal and unsolicited feedback we have received over the years, we have kept to the structure and themes from the first book, the overarching theme being that of addressing different ways of knowing, and the associated ethical and political issues for social work research. However, we have updated the examples (case studies and most activities) and revised the content in line with current issues for the social work profession and for social work research. In particular, we have included new material on indigenous peoples’ knowledge, related to colonisation by settlement and by globalization. We have also included new material on research with children as participants.

    While we have updated most of the references, we have also kept key sources that may be ‘old’, but are foundational and classically helpful. We have included recent publications in the Further Reading at the end of each chapter, and a dedicated website for some chapters with additional links to useful materials. We would also recommend the references that we cite as useful sources for you to read.

    In overview, this book has never been, nor is it now, a book on the technicalities of how to do research. There are many excellent and substantial texts that are about methods, and we refer to them. While our book provides an overview of each stage of the research process and is organized accordingly, its focus is on the ethical and political issues that need to be considered when engaging in research and, in particular, how these relate to different ways of knowing. Chapter 1 sets the scene and restates our aims in relation to social work research as a method in social work to address professional concerns. Chapter 2 gets you started by looking at deciding on research questions and their relevance for social work. Chapters 5 to 8 are about managing different ways of knowing across design and methods (including conceptual frameworks, data generation and analysis, and disseminating research outcomes). Chapters 3 and 4 provide the conceptual basis for this.

    Our approach is to provide a conceptual framework and set of principles for practising social work research ethically with an emancipatory ethos. Because each research project is particular in its conceptual approach, aims, design, and context, we cannot provide you with ‘solutions’ to many of the ethical and political issues that arise due to different ways of knowing. We do offer a number of ‘Activities’, which include case studies and examples to illustrate some of these issues and to draw your attention to them, and to familiarize you with how to think them through, supported by the content in each chapter. Our intention is to introduce an approach to research that is about how to think, not what to think.

    This new edition is timely. Over the past decade there has been growing attention to both the practice–research relationship in social work and questions of power and ethics in knowledge-making, shaped greatly by the onward march of neo-liberalism. The sense of moral mission that imbues social work, together with the profession’s concern to ensure its practitioners are appropriately knowledgeable, does indeed place social work at the meeting point of complex, contemporary puzzles concerning the nature and purpose of professional practice. We need to learn how to be thoughtful about this and to beware of easy answers and off-the-shelf recipes. By appreciating the ethics and politics of constructing and deploying different ‘ways of knowing’, we are more likely to remain vigilant about the contribution that our professional practice makes to the social values we proclaim.

    Research can be done competently or incompetently, but we hope to show how it involves so much more than the acquisition of research skills. Herein lie the risks of gauging the quality of professional practice through checklists of ‘capabilities’ or ‘standards’. However carefully constructed, these descriptors tend to reduce complex professional achievements to rather formulaic prose, along the lines of recognising the contribution of research to inform practice. We believe that the learning this text encourages will assist you as a graduating or experienced social worker to perform the research-related aspects of the Professional Capabilities Framework developed by the Social Work Reform Board and applying in England, or the Practice Standards as defined by the Australian Association of Social Workers, or your equivalent elsewhere. Whilst aware of the expectations for ‘good professional practice’ in research as communicated in such frameworks, we have not designed this book explicitly around them. Nevertheless, by the time you reach the end of the book, you will have a much better appreciation of what lies behind these research-related capabilities and standards, and the kind of thinking that needs to be brought to them.

    We hope you will enjoy engaging with the challenges that this book represents. Our interest in and commitment to research is long lived. We have seen how the past decade has opened up more doors for research to find its place in social work. How it does so into the future will in great measure depend on the ethical and political positioning of its practitioners. We trust that you will find the new edition as helpful as the first in grappling with the conceptual and moral questions that are at the heart of social work research.

    Heather D’Cruz and Martyn Jones 2013

    Additional Online Material

    The web page for this book has a number of extra resources for readers to refer to. These include case studies, weblinks, and lists of further reading resources. Look out for the weblink icon in the text to see where additional material is available.

    Visit www.sagepub.co.uk/dcruzjones to find the extra material.

  • References

    Aarons, G. A. and Palinkas, L. A. (2007) ‘Implementation of evidence-based practice in child welfare: Service provider perspectives’, Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34: 411419, Doi 10.1007/s10488-007-0121–3.
    Adams, R., Dominelli, L. and Payne, M. (2005) Social Work Futures: Crossing Boundaries, Transforming Practice, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Agger, B. (2007) ‘Does postmodernism make you mad? Or, did you flunk statistics?’ in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 443456.
    Ahmad, W. I. U. and Sheldon, T. (1993) “Race” and statistics’, in M. Hammersley (ed.), Social Research: Philosophy, Politics and Practice, London: Sage, pp. 124130.
    Alexander, C. (2010) ‘Deviant femininities: The everyday making and unmaking of “criminal” youth’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 6883.
    Allen-Meares, P. (1984) ‘Content analysis: It does have a place in social work research’, Journal of Social Science Research, 7: 5168.
    Alston, M. and Bowles, W. (2012) Research for Social Workers (
    3rd
    edition), Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    American Jewish Community (1993) ‘1 in 5 polled voices [sic] doubt on HolocaustNew York Times, 20 April, p. A12.
    Anderson, D. (2004) Health workers’ lived experiences of drought in the Mallee, unpublished oral history, Mallee, Victoria: Museum Victoria, Australia.
    Anderson, D. (2009) ‘Enduring drought then coping with climate change: Lived experience and local resolve in rural mental health’, Rural Society, 19 (4): 340352.
    Anderson, M. (2007) ‘Quantitative history’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 246263.
    Arber, S. and Ginn, J. (1991) Gender and Later Life: A Sociological Analysis of Resources and Constraints, London: Sage.
    Archard, D. (1993) Children: Rights and Childhood, London: Routledge.
    Armstrong, D. (2001) The Voyage of Their Life: The Story of the Derna and its Passengers, Sydney: Flamingo/HarperCollins.
    Atkinson, P. (1990) The Ethnographic Imagination: Textual Constructions of Reality, London: Routledge.
    Atkinson, P. (2009) ‘Illness narratives revisited: The failure of narrative reductionism’, Sociological Research Online, 14 (5), 16, www.socresonline.org.uk/14/5/16.html, doi:10.5153/sro.2030.
    Atwal, A. and Caldwell, K. (2006) ‘Nurses’ perceptions of multidisciplinary team work in acute health-care’, International Journal of Nursing Practice, 12 (6): 359365.
    Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) (2003) Practice Standards for Social Workers: Achieving Outcomes, Canberra, Australia: Australian Association of Social Workers.
    Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) (2010) Code of Ethics, Canberra, Australia: Australian Association of Social Workers.
    Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) (2012) Australian Social Work Education and Accreditation Standards, Canberra, Australia: Australian Association of Social Workers.
    Australian Government and Workplace Gender Equality Agency, www.eowa.gov.au/Pay_Equity/Pay_Equity_Information.asp (accessed 13 November 2012).
    Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) (2011) Guidelines for Ethical Research in Australian Indigenous Studies (
    2nd
    edition), Canberra, Australia: Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
    Babbie, R. (2007) The Practice of Social Research (
    11th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth.
    Bagnoli, A. (2004) ‘Researching identities with multi-method autobiographies’, Sociological Research Online, 9 (2), www.socresonline.org.uk/9/2/bagnoli.html.
    Bailey, K.D. (1978) Methods for Social Research (
    3rd
    edition), New York: The Free Press.
    Balen, R., Blyth, E., Calabretto, H., Fraser, C., Horrocks, C. and Manby, M. (2006) ‘Involving children in health and social research: “human becomings” or “active beings”?Childhood, 13 (1): 2948.
    Barn, R. (1994) ‘Race and ethnicity in social work: Some issues for anti-discriminatory research’, in B. Humphries and C. Truman (eds), Re-thinking Social Research, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 3758.
    Baum, N. (2012) ‘Reflective writing assignments to help social work trainees work through poor supervisory relationships’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 31 (1): 110124.
    Beale, N. (2010) ‘Stigma, health attitudes and the embodiment of youth(ful) identities: Understandings of the self and other’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 189202.
    Becker, H. S. (1970) ‘Whose side are we on?’, in J. D. Douglas (ed.), The Relevance of Sociology, New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, pp. 99111.
    Becker, H. S., Geer, B., Hughes, E. C. and Strauss, A. L. (1961) Boys in white: Student culture in medical school, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
    Bell, A. (2007) ‘Designing and testing questionnaires for children’, Journal of Research in Nursing, 12 (5): 4619, doi: 10.1177/1744987107079616.
    Bell, J. (1993) Doing Your Research Project: A Guide for First-time Researchers in Education and Social Science (
    2nd
    edition), Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
    Beresford, P. (2000) ‘Service users’ knowledge and social work theory: Conflict or collaboration?’, British Journal of Social Work, 30 (4): 489503.
    Besserab, D. and Crawford, F. (2010) ‘Aboriginal practitioners speak out: Contextualising child protection interventions’, Australian Social Work, 63 (2): 179193.
    Best, J. (2004) ‘Theoretical issues in the study of social problems’, in G. Ritzer (ed.), Handbook of Social Problems: A Comparative International Perspective, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 1429.
    Bian, Y. (1994) Work and Inequality in Urban China. Albany: State University of New York Press.
    Bigby, C. and Atkinson, D. (2010) ‘Written out of history: Invisible women in intellectual disability social work’, Australian Social Work, 63 (1): 417.
    Bishop, R. (2005) ‘Freeing ourselves from neo-colonial domination in research: A Kaupapa Ma-ori approach to creating knowledge’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds) The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 109138.
    Black, B. (2009) ‘Empowering and rights-based approaches to working with older people’, in J. Allan, L. Briskman and B. Pease (eds), Critical Social Work: Theories and Practices for a Socially Just World (
    2nd
    edition), Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 175187.
    Blaikie, N. (1993) Approaches to Social Enquiry, Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
    Blaikie, N. (2000) Designing Social Work Research: The Logic of Anticipation, Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
    Blaikie, N. (2009) Designing Social Research: The Logic of Anticipation (
    2nd
    edition). Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
    Bloor, M. (1997) ‘Addressing social problems through qualitative research’, in D. Silverman (ed.), Qualitative Research: Theory, Method and Practice, London: Sage.
    Bloor, M. (2002) ‘No longer dying for a living’, Sociology, 36 (1): 89104.
    Blunt-Williams, K., Meshelemiah, J. C. A. and Venable, V. M. (2011) ‘An examination of college students’ perceptions of transformative and culturally competent educators: Are social work students unique?’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 30 (7): 774796.
    Bogdan, R. and Biklen, S. K. (1982) Qualitative Research for Education: An Introduction to Theory and Methods, Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
    Bogdan, R. and Biklen, S. K. (1992) Qualitative Research for Education: An Introduction to Theory and Methods (
    2nd
    edition), Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
    Bogdewic, S. (1999) ‘Participant observation’, in B. F. Crabtree and W. L. Miller (eds), Doing Qualitative Research (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 4769.
    Botash, A. S., Babuts, D., Mitchell, N., O’Hara, M., Lynch, L. and Manuel, J. (1994) ‘Evaluations of children who have disclosed sexual abuse via facilitated communication’, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 148 (12): 12821287.
    Boulton, D. (2000) ‘Unusual terms: What do you mean by…?’, in B. Humphries (ed.), Research in Social Care and Social Welfare: Issues and Debates for Practice, London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 8691.
    Brannick, T. and Coghlan, D. (2007) ‘In defense of being “native”: The case for insider academic research’, Organizational Research Methods, 10 (1): 5974, doi: 10.1177/1094428106289253.
    Bray, A. and Mirfin-Veitch, B. (2003) ‘Disabled people and research: Putting families first’, in R. Munford and J. Sanders (eds), Making a Difference in Families: Research that Creates Change, Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 7492.
    Braye, S., Preston-Shoot, M. and Thorpe, A. (2008) ‘Beyond the classroom: Integrating legal knowledge, practice learning and user experience to prepare students for ethical practice in the human services’, Practical Learning: Achieving Excellence in the Human Services, proceedings of the 8th International PEPE Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 23–25 January.
    Briskman, L. (2008) ‘Decolonizing social work in Australia: Prospect or illusion’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 8393.
    Briskman, L., Latham, S. and Goddard, C. (2008) Human Rights Overboard: Seeking Asylum in Australia, Melbourne: Scribe.
    Briskman, L., Pease, B. and Allan, J. (2009) ‘Introducing critical theories for social work in a neo-liberal context’, in J. Allan, L. Briskman and B. Pease (eds), Critical Social Work: Theories and Practices for a Socially Just World (
    2nd
    edition), Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 314.
    Brooks, R. (2009) ‘Young people and political participation: An analysis of European union policies’, Sociological Research Online, 14 (1) 7, www.socresonline.org.uk/14/1/7.html>, doi:10.5153/sro.1862.
    Brown, S., Lumley, J., Small, R. and Astbury, J. (1994) Missing Voices: The Experience of Motherhood, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
    Bruyere, G. (2008) ‘Picking up what was left by the trail: The emerging spirit of Aboriginal education in Canada’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 231244.
    Bryman, A. (1988) Quantity and Quality in Social Research, London: Routledge.
    Bryman, A. (2001) Social Research Methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    Bryman, A. (2008) Social Research Methods (
    3rd
    edition), Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    Bryman, A. and Burgess, R. (1994) ‘Developments in qualitative data analysis: An introduction’, in A. Bryman and R. Burgess (eds), Analyzing Qualitative Data, London: Routledge, pp. 117.
    Bryman, A. and Cramer, D. (2001) Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS Release 10 for Windows: A Guide for Social Scientists. London: Routledge.
    Burgen, B. (2010) ‘Women with cognitive impairment and unplanned or unwanted pregnancy: A 2-year audit of women contacting the Pregnancy Advisory Service’, Australian Social Work, 63 (1): 1834.
    Butler, I. and Pugh, R. (2004) ‘The politics of social work research’, in R. Lovelock, K. Lyons and J. Powell (eds), Reflecting on Social Work: Discipline and Profession, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 5571.
    Butler, J. (1990) Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity. New York: Routledge.
    Byrne-Armstrong, H. (2001) ‘Whose show is it? The contradictions of collaboration’, in H. Byrne-Armstrong, J. Higgs and D. Horsfall (eds), Critical Moments in Qualitative Research, Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 106114.
    Campbell, B. (1988) Unofficial Secrets: Child Sexual Abuse and the Cleveland Case, London: Virago.
    Carpenter, J. (2005) Evaluating Outcomes in Social Work Education, Dundee: Scottish Institute for Excellence in Social Work Education; London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.
    Chambers, C. T. and Johnston, C. (2002) ‘Developmental differences in children’s use of rating scales’, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 27 (1): 2736.
    Chandler, J. (1990) ‘Researching and the relevance of gender’, in R. Burgess (ed.), Studies in Qualitative Methodology: Reflections of Field Experience, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, pp. 119140.
    Chapman, C. (2011) ‘Resonance, intersectionality, and reflexivity in critical pedagogy (and research methodology)’, Social Work Research: The International Journal, 30 (7): 723744.
    Charmaz, K. (2005) ‘Grounded theory in the 21st century: Applications for advancing social justice studies’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 507535.
    Charmaz, K. (2011) ‘Grounded theory methods in social justice research’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    4th
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 359380.
    Cheetham, J. and Kazi, M. A. F (eds) (1998) The Working of Social Work, London: Jessica Kingsley.
    Cheetham, J., Fuller, R., McIvor, G. and Petch, A. (1992) Evaluating Social Work Effectiveness, Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
    Chinell, J. (2011) ‘Three voices: Reflections on homophobia and heterosexism in social work education’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 30 (7): 759773.
    Cicourel, A. V. (1974) ‘Police practices and official records’, in R. Turner (ed.), Ethnomethodology, Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, pp. 8595.
    Clacherty, G. (2006) The Suitcase Stories: Refugee Children Reclaims Their Identities, Cape Town: Double Storey Books.
    Clarke, A. E. (2007) ‘Grounded theory: Critiques, debates, and situational analysis’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 423442.
    Clarke, P. (2009) ‘Understanding the experience of stroke: A mixed-method research agenda’, The Gerontologist, 49 (3): 293302.
    Cockburn, T. (2000) ‘Case studying organisations: The use of quantitative approaches’, in B. Humphries (ed.), Research in Social Care and Social Welfare: Issues and Debates for Practice, London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 5968.
    Coffey, A. and Atkinson, P. (1996) Making Sense of Qualitative Data: Complementary Research Strategies, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Coleman, J. (1966) Equality of Educational Opportunity, Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office.
    Collins, P. H. (2000) Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness and the Politics of Empowerment (
    2nd
    edition), New York and London: Routledge.
    Colls, R. and Hörschelmann, K. (2010) ‘Introduction: Contested bodies of childhood and youth’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 121.
    Coomber, R. (1997) ‘Using the internet for survey research’, Sociological Research Online, 2 (2), www.socresonline.org.uk/socresonline/2/2/2.html.
    Corbin Dwyer, S. and Buckle, J. L. (2009) ‘The space between: On being an insider–outsider in qualitative research’, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 8 (1): 5463.
    Corby, B. (1998) Managing Child Sexual Abuse Cases, London: Jessica Kingsley.
    Corby, B. (2006) Applying Research in Social Work Practice, Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.
    Corner, J. (2003) ‘The multidisciplinary team – fact or fiction?European Journal of Palliative Care, 10 (2): 1013.
    Cranny-Francis, A., Waring, W., Stavropoulos, P. and Kirkby, J. (2003) Gender Studies: Terms and Debates, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Crawford, F. (1997) ‘Using self in social work: Doing autoethnography’, Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 2 (1): 7582.
    Crawford, F. (2012) ‘Becoming a social worker: Chris’s account’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 31 (1): 3646.
    Crotty, M. (1998) The Foundations of Social Research: Meaning and Perspectives in the Research Process, St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    D’Cruz, H. (2000) ‘Social work research as knowledge/power in practice’, Sociological Research Online, May, 5 (1), www.socresonline.org.uk/5/1/dcruz.html.
    D’Cruz, H. (2002) ‘Constructing the identities of “responsible mothers, invisible men” in child protection practice’, Sociological Research Online, May, 7 (1), www.socresonline.org.uk/7/1/d’cruz.html.
    D’Cruz, H. (2004a) Constructing Meanings and Identities in Child Protection Practice, Melbourne: Tertiary Press.
    D’Cruz, H. (2004b) ‘The social construction of child maltreatment: The role of medical practitioners’, Journal of Social Work, 4 (1): 99123.
    D’Cruz, H. (2009) ‘Social work knowledge-in-practice’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 6992.
    D’Cruz, H., Gillingham, P. and Melendez, S. (2007) ‘Reflexivity, its meanings and relevance for social work: A critical review of the literature’, British Journal of Social Work, 37: 7390, doi:10.1093/bjsw/bc1001.
    D’Cruz, H., Gillingham, P. and Melendez, S. (2009) ‘Exploring the possibilities of an expanded practice repertoire in child protection: An alternative conceptual approach’, Journal of Social Work, 9 (1): 6185.
    D’Cruz, H., Jacobs, S. and Schoo, A. (2009a) ‘Introduction’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 112.
    D’Cruz, H., Jacobs, S. and Schoo, A. (2009b) ‘Conclusions: Knowledge-in-practice in the caring professions: reflections on commonalities and differences’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 235249.
    D’Cruz, H. and Jones, M. (2004) Social Work Research: Ethical and Political Contexts, London: Sage.
    D’Cruz, H., Soothill, K., Francis, B. and Christie, A. (2002) ‘Gender, ethics and social work: An international study of students’ perceptions at entry into social work education’, International Social Work, 45 (2): 149166.
    D’Cruz, H. and Stagnitti, K. (2009) ‘When parents love and don’t love their children: Some children’s stories’, Child and Family Social Work, 15 (2): 216225, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2206.2009.00662.x.
    Daly, W. (2009) ‘“Adding their flavour to the mix”: Involving children and young people in care in research design’, Australian Social Work, 62 (4): 460475.
    Davidson, D. (2011) ‘Reflections on doing research grounded in my experience of perinatal loss: From auto/biography to autoethnography’, Sociological Research Online, 16 (1) 6, www.socresonline.org.uk/16/1/6.html, doi: 10.5153/sro.2293.
    Davis, J. and Hill, M. (2006) ‘Introduction’, in E. K. M. Tisdall, J. M. Davis, A. Prout and M. Hill (eds), Children, Young People and Social Inclusion: Participation for What? Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 119.
    Davis, J. E. (2005) Accounts of Innocence: Sexual Abuse, Trauma and the Self, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
    Delamont, S. (2009) ‘The only honest thing: Autoethnography, reflexivity and small crises in fieldwork’, Ethnography and Education, 4 (1): 5163, doi: 10.1080/17457820802703507.
    Delaney, C. (1988) ‘Participation-observation: The razor’s edge’, Dialectical Anthropology (vol. 13), The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 291300.
    Denzin, N. K. (1994) ‘The art and politics of interpretation’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    2nd
    edition), Newbury Park, CA: Sage, pp. 500515.
    Denzin, N. K. and Lincoln, Y. S. (eds) (1994) Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    2nd
    edition), Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Denzin, N. K. and Lincoln, Y. S. (eds) (2005a) The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Denzin, N. K. and Lincoln, Y. S. (2005b) ‘Introduction: The discipline and practice of qualitative research’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 132.
    Denzin, N. K. and Lincoln, Y. S. (2005c) ‘Paradigms and perspectives in contention: Part II’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 183190.
    Denzin, N. K. and Lincoln, Y. S. (2011) ‘Introduction: The discipline and practice of qualitative research’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    4th
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 119.
    Denzin, N. K., Lincoln, Y. S. and Smith, L. T. (eds) (2008) Handbook of Critical and Indigenous Methodologies, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Denzin, N. K. and Ryan, K. E. (2007) ‘Qualitative methodology (including focus groups)’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 578594.
    DeRoos, Y. (2011) ‘Analysis of quantitative data’, in C. R. Marlow (ed.), Research Methods for Generalist Social Work (
    5th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole, pp. 235278.
    do, Anh (2010) The Happiest Refugee, Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    do Mar Castro Varela, M., Dhawan, N. and Engel, A. (eds) (2011) Hegemony and Heteronormativity: Revisiting ‘the Political’ in Queer Politics, Aldershot, UK, and Burlington, VT: Ashgate.
    Dodd, S. J. and Epstein, I. (2012) Practice-based Research in Social Work: A Guide for Reluctant Researchers, London: Routledge.
    Dolgoff, R., Loewenberg, F. M. and Harrington, D. (2005) Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice (
    7th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
    Dominelli, L. (2005) ‘Social work research: Contested knowledge for practice’, in R. Adams, L. Dominelli and M. Payne (eds), Social Work Futures: Crossing Boundaries, Transforming Practice, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 223236.
    Donnelly, J. (2010) ‘Maximising participation in international community-level project evaluation: A strength-based approach’, Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 10 (1): 4350.
    Early Years Foundation Stage Forum, http://eyfs.info/forums/index.php?showtopic=9750 (accessed 2 February 2012).
    Edwards, M., with Howard, C. and Miller, R. (2001) Social Policy, Public Policy: From Problem to Practice, St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    Ellem, K. A. and Wilson, J. (2010) ‘Life story work and social work practice: A case study with ex-prisoners labelled as having an intellectual disability’, Australian Social Work, 63 (1): 6782.
    Elliott, H. (1997) ‘The use of diaries in sociological research on health experience’, Sociological Research Online, 2 (2), www.socresonline.org.uk/2/2/7.html.
    Ellis, C., Adams, T. E. and Bochner, A. P. (2011) ‘Autoethnography: An overview’, Forum: Qualitative Social Research Sozialforschung, 12 (1), Art. 10 – January.
    Ellis, C. and Bochner, A. P. (2000) ‘Autoethnography, personal narrative, reflectivity: Researcher as subject’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), Handbook of Qualitative Rsearch (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 733768.
    Emerson, R. M. (1995) Writing Ethnographic Fieldnotes, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
    Epstein, I. (1987) ‘Pedagogy of the perturbed: Teaching research to reluctants’, Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 1: 7189.
    Erera, P. I. (2002) Family Diversity: Continuity and Change in the Contemporary Family, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Evans, B. C., Coon, D. W. and Ume, E. (2011) ‘Use of theoretical frameworks as a pragmatic guide for mixed methods studies: A methodological necessity?’, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 5 (4): 276292.
    Everitt, A. (2008) ‘Social work research and evaluation: The research-minded practitioner’, Locus SOCI@L, 1: 2431.
    Everitt, A., Hardiker, P., Littlewood, J. and Mullender, A. (1992) Applied Research for Better Practice, London: Macmillan/British Association of Social Workers.
    Faith, E. (2008) ‘Indigenous social work education: A project for all of us?’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 245255.
    Farrugia, D. (2011) ‘The symbolic burden of homelessness: Towards a theory of youth homelessness as embodied subjectivity’, Journal of Sociology, 47 (1): 7187.
    Fawcett, B., Goodwin, S., Meagher, G. and Phillips, R. (2010) Social Policy for Social Change, South Yarra, Victoria: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Feyerabend, P. (1975) Against Method, London: New Left Books.
    Fielding, N. (2008) ‘The role of computer-assisted qualitative data analysis: Impact on emergent methods in qualitative research’, in S. N. Hesse-Biber and P. Leavy (eds), Emergent Methods in Social Research, Thousand Oaks, CA, and London: Sage, pp. 675695.
    Flick, U. (1998) An Introduction to Qualitative Research, London: Sage.
    Fook, J. (1996) ‘The reflective researcher: Developing a reflective approach to practice’, in J. Fook (ed.), The Reflective Researcher: Social Workers’ Theories of Practice Research, St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 18.
    Fook, J. (1999) ‘Critical reflectivity in education and practice’, in B. Pease and J. Fook (eds), Transforming Social Work Practice, St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 195208.
    Fook, J. (2000) ‘Theorising from frontline practice: Towards an inclusive approach for social work research’, paper presented at the Economic & Social Research Council funded seminar series, ‘Theorising Social Work Research’, Luton, UK, July.
    Fook, J. (2002) Social Work: Critical Theory and Practice, London: Sage.
    Foucault, M. (1978) ‘Politics and the study of discourse’, Ideology and Consciousness, 3: 726.
    Foucault, M. (1980) Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings 1972–1977 (ed. C. Gordon; trans. C. Gordon, L. Marshall, J. Mepham and K. Soper), London: The Harvester Press.
    Fox, J., Craig, M. and Warm, A. (2003) ‘Conducting research using web-based questionnaires’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 6 (2): 167180.
    Fox, M., Martin, P. and Green, G. (2007) Doing Practitioner Research, London: Sage.
    Frankenberg, R. (1993) The Social Construction of Whiteness: ‘White Women, Race Matters’, St Paul, MN: Routledge/The University of Minnesota Press.
    Fraser, H. and Craik, C. (2009) ‘Addressing violence and abuse in a gendered world’, in J. Allan, L. Briskman and B. Pease (eds), Critical Social Work: Theories and Practices for a Socially Just World (
    2nd
    edition), Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 228239.
    Fuchs, S. (1992) ‘Relativism and reflexivity in the sociology of scientific knowledge’, in G. Ritzer (ed.), Metatheorizing, Newbury Park, CA: Sage, pp. 151167.
    Fudge Schormans, A. (2010) ‘Epilogues and prefaces: Research and social work and people with intellectual disabilities’, Australian Social Work, 63 (1): 5166.
    Fuller, R. and Petch, A. (1995) Practitioner Research: The Reflexive Social Worker, Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
    Gair, S. (2008) ‘Missing the “flight from responsibility”: Tales from a non-indigenous educator pursuing spaces for social work education relevant to indigenous Australians’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 219230.
    Garfinkel, H. (1974) “Good” organizational reasons for “bad” clinic records’, in R. Turner (ed.), Ethnomethodology, Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, pp. 96101.
    Geertz, C. (1973a) ‘The impact of the concept of culture on the concept of man’, in C. Geertz, The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays, New York: Basic Books, pp. 3354.
    Geertz, C. (1973b) ‘Thick description: Towards an interpretative theory of culture’, in C. Geertz, The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays, New York: Basic Books, pp. 330.
    Gendron, S. (2001) ‘Transformative alliance between qualitative and quantitative approaches in health promotion research’, in I. Rootman, M. Goodstadt, B. Hyndman, D. V. McQueen, L. Potvin, J. Springett and E. Ziglio (eds), Evaluation in Health Promotion: Principles and Perspectives. Part 2, Perspectives, Copenhagen: WHO Regional Publications, European Series 92.
    Gibbs, G.R. (2011) Methodologies, http://onlineqda.hud.ac.uk/methodologies.php (accessed 27 September 2012).
    Gibbs, A. and Stirling, B. (2010) ‘Reflections on designing and teaching a social work research course for distance and on-campus students’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 29 (4): 441449.
    Gibbs, L. (1991) Scientific Reasoning for Social Workers: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice, New York: Merrill.
    Giddens, A. (1984) The Constitution of Society: Outline of the Theory of Structuration, Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
    Giffney, N. and O’Rourke, M. (eds) (2009) The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory, Aldershot, UK, and Burlington, VT: Ashgate.
    Gilbert, N. (1993) ‘Writing about social research’, in N. Gilbert (ed.), Researching Social Life, London: Sage.
    Gill, F. and Maclean, C. (2002) ‘Knowing your place: Gender and reflexivity in two ethnographies’, Sociological Research Online, 7 (2), www.socresonline.org.uk/7/2/gill.html>.
    Gillingham, P. (2011) ‘Decision-making tools and the development of expertise in child protection practitioners: Are we “just breeding workers who are good at ticking boxes”’, Child and Family Social Work, 16 (4): 412421.
    Glaser, B. (1992) Basics of Grounded Theory Analysis, Mill Valley, CA: Sociology Press.
    Glaser, B. and Strauss, A (1967) The Discovery of Grounded Theory. Chicago, IL: Aline.
    Gold, R. (1958) ‘Roles in sociological field observation’, Social Forces, 36 (3): 217223.
    Goodenough, T., Williamson, E., Kent, J. and Ashcroft, R. (2003) ‘What did you think about that? Researching children’s perceptions of participation in a longitudinal genetic epidemiological study’, Children and Society, 17: 113125.
    Gould, N. (2004) ‘Qualitative research and social work: The methodological repertoire in a practice-oriented discipline’, in R. Lovelock, K. Lyons and J. Powell (eds), Reflecting on Social Work: Discipline and Profession, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 130144.
    Government Statisticians’ Collective (1993) ‘How official statistics are produced: Views from the inside’, in M. Hammersley (ed.), Social Research: Philosophy, Politics and Practice, London: Sage, pp. 146165.
    Graham, A. (2008) Teach Yourself Statistics, New York: McGraw-Hill.
    Graham, A. and Fitzgerald, R. (2010a) ‘Children’s participation in research: Some possibilities and constraints in the current Australian research environment’, Journal of Sociology, 46 (2): 133147.
    Graham, A. and Fitzgerald, R. M. (2010b), ‘Progressing children’s participation: Exploring the potential of a dialogical turn’, Childhood, 17 (3): 343359, available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0907568210369219.
    Graham, H. (1993) Hardship and Health in Women’s Lives, London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.
    Grant, S. (2002) The Tears of Strangers: A Family Memoir, Sydney: Harper Collins.
    Gray, M., Coates, J. and Yellow Bird, M. (eds) (2008) Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
    Grbich, C. (2007) Qualitative Data Analysis: An Introduction, London: Sage.
    Greenberg, P. (2009) ‘Information, knowledge and wisdom in medical practice’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 2949.
    Greene, J. (2002) ‘Mixed-method evaluation: A way of democratically engaging with difference’, Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 2 (new series) (2): 2329.
    Greenhill, J., King, D., Lane, A. and MacDougall, C. (2009) ‘Understanding resilience in South Australian farm families’, Rural Society, 19 (4): 318325.
    Gregory, R. (1997) ‘The peculiar tasks of public management’, in M. Considine and M. Painter (eds), Managerialism: The Great Debate, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
    Grogan, S. (2010) ‘Femininity and body image: Promoting positive body image in the “culture of slenderness”’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 4152.
    Guba, E. and Lincoln, Y. (1982) ‘Epistemological and methodological bases of naturalistic inquiry’, Educational Communication and Technology Journal, 30 (4): 233252.
    Guba, E. and Lincoln, Y. (1989) Fourth Generation Evaluation, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Guba, E. (1990) ‘The alternative paradigm dialog’, in E. Guba (ed.), The Paradigm Dialog, Newbury Park, CA: Sage, pp. 1730.
    Hacking, I. (1990) The Taming of Chance, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
    Hacking, I. (1999) The Social Construction of What? Boston, MA: Harvard University Press.
    Hall, C. (1997) Social Work as Narrative: Storytelling and Persuasion in Professional Texts, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
    Hallahan, L. (2010) ‘Legitimising social work disability policy practice: Pain or praxis?’, Australian Social Work, 63 (1): 117132.
    Hammersley, M. (1995) The Politics of Social Research, London: Sage.
    Hammersley, M. (1996) ‘The relationship between qualitative and quantitative research: Paradigm loyalty versus methodological eclecticism’, in J. T. E. Richardson (ed.), Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods for Psychology and the Social Sciences, Leicester: PBS Books, pp. 89107.
    Haraway, D. (1991) Simians, Cyborgs and Women, London: Free Association Books.
    Harding, S. (1987) ‘Is there a feminist method?’, in S. Harding (ed.), Feminism and Methodology, Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, pp. 114.
    Hardy, D. and Smith, B. (2008) ‘Decision making in clinical practice’, British Journal of Anaesthetic and Recovery Nursing, 9 (1): 1921.
    Hare, I. (2004) ‘Defining social work for the 21st century: The international federation of social workers’ revised definition of social work’, International Social Work, 47 (3): 407424.
    Harper, D. (2005) ‘What’s new visually?’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 747762.
    Harrison, B. (1996) ‘Every picture “tells a story”’, in S. Lyon and J. Busfield (eds), Methodological Imaginations, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, pp. 7595.
    Harrison, L. and Cameron-Traub, E. (1994) ‘Patients’ perspectives on nursing in hospital’, in C. Waddell and A. R. Petersen (eds), Just Health: Inequality in Illness, Care and Prevention, London: Churchill Livingstone, pp. 147158.
    Hart, E. and Bond, M. (1995) Action Research for Health and Social Care: A Guide to Practice, Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
    Hart, M. A. (2008) ‘Critical reflections on an Aboriginal approach to helping’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 129139.
    Hartman, A. (1990) ‘Many ways of knowing’, Social Work, January: 3–4.
    Hartman, A. (1992) ‘In search of subjugated knowledge’, Social Work, 37 (6): 483484.
    Harvey, D. (2009) ‘Conceptualising the mental health of rural women: A social work and health promotion perspective’, Rural Society, 19 (4): 353362.
    Hassard, J. and Kelemen, M. (2002) ‘Production and consumption in organizational knowledge: The case of the “paradigms debate”’, Organization, 9 (2): 331355, doi: 10.1177/1350508402009002911.
    Healy, B. (1996) ‘In doing you learn: Some reflections on practice research on an advocacy project’, in J. Fook (ed.), The Reflective Practitioner: Social Workers’ Theories of Practice Research, St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 7081.
    Healy, K. (2000) Social Work Practices: Contemporary Perspectives on Change, London: Sage.
    Healy, K. (2001) ‘Participatory action research and social work: A critical appraisal’, International Social Work, 44 (1): 93105.
    Hekman, S. (2007) ‘Feminist methodology’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 534546.
    Hellawell, D. (2006) ‘Inside–out: Analysis of the insider–outsider concept as a heuristic device to develop reflexivity in students doing qualitative research’, Teaching in Higher Education, 11 (4): 483494, doi: 10.1080/13562510600874292.
    Herrnstein, R. J. and Murray, C. (1994) The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life, New York: Free Press.
    Hesse-Biber, S. N. and Crofts, C. (2008) ‘User-centred perspectives on qualitative data analysis software: Emergent technologies and future trends’, in S. N. Hesse-Biber and P. Leavy (eds), Emergent Methods in Social Research, Thousand Oaks, CA, and London: Sage, pp. 655673.
    Higgs, J., Richardson, B. and Abrandt Dahlgren, M. (eds) (2004) Developing Practice Knowledge for Health Professionals, London: Butterworth-Heinemann.
    Hill, M., Turner, K., Walker, M., Stafford, A. and Seaman, P. (2006) ‘Children’s perspectives on social exclusion and resilience in disadvantaged urban communities’, in E. K. M. Tisdall, J. M. Davis, A. Prout and M. Hill (eds), Children, Young People and Social Inclusion: Participation for What?, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 3956.
    Hillier, L., Johnson, K. and Traustadóttir, R. (2007) ‘Research with people with intellectual disabilities’, in M. Pitts and A. Smith (eds), Researching the Margins: Strategies for Ethical and Rigorous Research with Marginalised Communities, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 8495.
    Hillier, L., Mitchell, A. and Mallett, S. (2007) ‘Duty of care: Researching with vulnerable young people’, in M. Pitts and A. Smith (eds), Researching the Margins: Strategies for Ethical and Rigorous Research with Marginalised Communities, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 114129.
    Hoinville, G., Jowell, R. and Associates (1982) Survey Research Practice, London: Heinemann.
    Holman Jones, S. (2005) ‘Autoethnography: Making the personal political’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 763791.
    Holmes, A. (2009) ‘The practice of the psychiatrist’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 5167.
    Holstein, J. and Gubrium, J. (1995) The Active Interview, Qualitative Research Methods Series, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Holt, L. (2010) ‘Embodying and destabilising (dis)ability and childhood’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 203214.
    Hopkins, P. and Hill, M. (2010) ‘Contested bodies of asylum-seeking children’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 136147.
    Horace Miner Response (2006), www.oppapers.com/essays/Horace-Miner-Response/84848 (short commentary about the aims of the Miner article) (accessed 29 February 2012).
    Hörschelmann, K. and Colls, R. (eds) (2010) Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2010) ‘Time for bed! Children’s bedtime practices, routines and affects [sic]’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 215231.
    Hough, G. (2003) ‘Enacting critical social work in public welfare contexts’, in J. Allan, B. Pease and L. Briskman (eds), Critical Social Work: An Introduction to Theories and Practices, Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    Howe, D. (1997) ‘Psychosocial and relationship-based theories for child and family social work: Political philosophy, psychology and welfare practice’, Child and Family Social Work, 2: 161170.
    Huberman, A. M. and Miles, M. B. (1994) ‘Data management and analysis methods’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 428444.
    Hudson, W. and McMurtry, S. L. (1997) ‘Comprehensive assessment in social work practice: The multi-problem screening inventory’, Research on Social Work Practice, 7 (1): 7988.
    Hudson, W. W. (1990) The Clinical Measurement Package, Homewood, IL: Dorsey Press.
    Huggins, J., Saunders, K. and Tarrago, I. (2000) ‘Reconciling our mothers’ lives’, in J. Docker and G. Fischer (eds), Race, Colour and Identity in Australia and New Zealand, Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, pp. 3958.
    Hughes, M. (2011) ‘Do challenges to social work students’ beliefs, values and behaviour within social work education have an impact on their sense of wellbeing?’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 30 (6): 686699.
    Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (1997) Bringing Them Home: National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families, Commonwealth of Australia: Sterling Press.
    Humphreys, L. (1970) Tea Room Trade: Impersonal Sex in Public Places, Chicago, IL: Aldine.
    Humphries, B. (1994) ‘Empowerment and social research: Elements for an analytic framework’, in B. Humphries and C. Truman (eds), Re-thinking Social Research: Anti-discriminatory Approaches in Research Methodology, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 185204.
    Humphries, B. (2008) Social Work Research for Social Justice, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Humphries, B. and Martin, M (2000) ‘Disrupting ethics in social research’, in B. Humphries (ed.), Research in Social Care and Social Welfare: Issues and Debates for Practice, London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 6985.
    Humphries, B. and Truman, C. (eds) (1994) Re-thinking Social Research: Anti-discriminatory Approaches in Research Methodology, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
    Hurley, M. (2007) ‘Who’s on whose margins?’ in M. Pitts and A. Smith (eds), Researching the Margins: Strategies for Ethical and Rigorous Research with Marginalised Communities, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 160189.
    Hutchinson, A. and Bucknall, T. (2009) ‘Knowledge to action in the practice of nursing’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 121139.
    Hyers, L. L., Swim, J. K. and Mallett, R. K. (2006) ‘The personal is political: Using daily diaries to examine everyday prejudice-related experiences’, in S. N. Hesse-Biber and P. Leavy (eds), Emergent Methods in Social Research, Thousand Oaks, CA, and London: Sage, pp. 313335.
    Ife, J. (2001) Human Rights and Social Work: Towards Rights-based Practice, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
    Ife, J. (2002) Community Development: Community-based Alternatives in an Era of Globalization (
    2nd
    edition), Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.
    Iganski, P., Payne, G. and Roberts, J. (2001) ‘Inclusion or exclusion? Reflections on the evidence of declining of racial disadvantage in the British labour market’, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 21 (46): 184211.
    IKE (1994) Koorie Research Programme: Ethics, Protocols and Methodologies – A Discussion Paper, Geelong, Victoria: Institute of Koorie Education, Deakin University.
    Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services (IRISS) (2011–12) ‘The Learning Exchange: Evidence-informed practice’, http://lx.iriss.org.uk/category/learning-exchange-collections/evidence-informed-practice, (accessed 16 August 2012).
    International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) (2001) ‘Definition of social work’, www.iassw-aiets.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=26&Itemid=51, International Association of Schools of Social Work/International Federation of Social Workers, Definition of Social Work, Jointly Agreed 27 June 2001, Copenhagen (accessed 23 August 2012).
    International Federation of Social Workers (2010), www.ifsw.org/f38000032.html, (retrieved 13 July 2010).
    Iphofen, R. (2009) Ethical Decision-making in Social Research, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Irvine, A. (1995) ‘The social work role with personality disordered clients’, in R. Fuller and A. Petch (eds), Practitioner Research: The Reflexive Social Worker, Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
    Irwin, S. (2008) ‘Data analysis and interpretation: Emergent issues in linking qualitative and quantitative evidence’, in S. N. Hesse-Biber and P. Leavy (eds), Handbook of Emergent Methods, New York and London: Guilford Press, pp. 415435.
    Ishido, Y. (2010) ‘Living in between: Hybridity and hybridisation’, in M. Kumar, H. D’Cruz and N. Weerakkody (eds), Where Are You From? Voices in Transition, Altona, Victoria: Common Ground Publishers, pp. 6978.
    Jacobs, S. (2002a) ‘The genesis of “scientific community”’, Social Epistemology, 16 (2): 157168.
    Jacobs, S. (2002b) ‘Polyani’s presagement of the incommensurability concept’, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 33: 105120.
    Jayakaran, R. (2002) Use of the Ten Seed Technique, World Vision China, People’s Republic of China, www.rcpla.org/pdf%20download/Ten%20seed.pdf (accessed 11 October 2011).
    Jayaratne, T. E. (1993) ‘The value of quantitative methodology for feminist research’, in M. Hammersley (ed.), Social Research: Philosophy, Politics and Practice, London: Sage, pp. 109123.
    Jenkins, G. D., Nader, D. A., Lawler, E. R. and Cammann, C. (1975) ‘Standardised observations: An approach to measuring the nature of jobs’, Journal of Applied Psychology, 60: 171181.
    Jensen, A. (1969) ‘How much can we boost IQ and scholastic achievement?Harvard Educational Review, 39: 273274.
    Jesson, J. K., with Matheson, L. and Lacey, F. M. (2011) Doing Your Literature Review: Traditional and Systematic Techniques, London: Sage.
    Johnson, K. (2009) ‘Disabling discourses and enabling practices in disability politics’, in J. Allan, L. Briskman and B. Pease (eds), Critical Social Work: Theories and Practices for a Socially Just World (
    2nd
    edition), Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 188200.
    Jones, D. P. H. (1994) ‘Editorial: Autism, facilitated communication and allegations of child abuse and neglect’, Child Abuse and Neglect, 18 (6): 491494.
    Jones, M. (1999) ‘Supervisor or superhero: New role strains for front-line supervisors in human services’, Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work, 9 (1): 7997.
    Jones, M. (2004) ‘Supervision, learning and transformative practices’, in N. Gould and M. Baldwin (eds), Social Work, Critical Reflection and the Learning Organization, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 1122.
    Jones, M. (2012) ‘Research minded practice in social work’, in P. Stepney and D. Ford (eds), Social Work Models, Methods and Theories (
    2nd
    edition), Lyme Regis, UK: Russell House Publishing, pp. 272286.
    Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, http://jmrpublication.org/.
    Jupp, V. and Norris, C. (1993) ‘Traditions in documentary analysis’, in M. Hammersley (ed.), Social Research: Philosophy, Politics and Practice, London: Sage, pp. 3751.
    Kanuha, V. K. (2000) “Being” native versus “Going native”: Conducting social work research as an insider’, Social Work, 45 (5): 439447, doi: 10.1093/sw/45.5.439.
    Kasof, J. (1993) ‘Sex bias in the naming of stimulus personsPsychological Bulletin, 113 (1): 140163.
    Kaufman Hall, V. (2001) ‘Playing in the “mud” of government’, in H. Byrne-Armstrong, J. Higgs and D. Horsfall (eds), Critical Moments in Qualitative Research, Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 115127.
    Kayrooz, C. and Trevitt, C. (2005) Research in Organizations and Communities: Tales from the Real World, Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    Kellehear, A. (1989) ‘Ethics and social research’, in J. Perry (ed.), Doing Fieldwork: Eight Personal Accounts of Social Research, Geelong, Victoria: Deakin University Press.
    Kellehear, A. (1993) The Unobtrusive Researcher: A Guide to Methods, St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    Kemmis, S. and McTaggart, R. (eds) (1988) The Action Research Planner (
    3rd
    edition), Geelong, Victoria: Deakin University Press.
    Kemmis, S. and McTaggart, R. (2005) ‘Participatory action research: Communicative action and the public sphere’ in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), London: Sage, pp. 559604.
    King, N. M. P., Henderson, G. E. and Stein, J. (1999) Beyond Regulations: Ethics in Human Subjects Research, Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
    Kitzinger, C. and Wilkinson, S. (1993) ‘Theorizing heterosexuality’, in S. Wilkinson and C. Kitzinger (eds), Heterosexuality: A Feminism and Psychology Reader, London: Sage, pp. 131.
    Klein, J. T. (2007) ‘Interdisciplinary approaches in social science research’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 3249.
    Kuhn, T. (1970) The Structure of Revolutions (
    2nd
    edition). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
    Kumar, M., D’Cruz, H. and Weerakkody, N. (eds) (2010) Where Are You From? Voices in Transition, Altona, Victoria: Common Ground Publishers.
    Kumar, R. (1996) Research Methodology: A Step-by-step Guide for Beginners, Sydney: Longman.
    Kumar, R. (1999) Research Methodology, London: Sage.
    Kumar, R. (2011) Research Methodology: A Step-by-step Guide for Beginners (
    3rd
    edition), Los Angeles: Sage.
    Kumashiro, K. K. (2004) Restoried Selves: Autobiographies of Queer Asian-Pacific-American Activists, New York: Harrington Park Press, an imprint of The Haworth Press.
    Labaree, R. V. (2002) ‘The risk of “going observationalist”: Negotiating the hidden dilemmas of being an insider participant observer’, Qualitative Research, 2 (1): 97122, doi: 10.1177/1468794102002001641.
    Ladino, C. (2002) “You make yourself sound so important”: Fieldwork experiences, identity construction, and non-western researchers abroad’, Sociological Research Online, 7 (4), www.socresonline.org.uk/7/4/ladino.html.
    Lansdown, G. (2006) ‘International developments in children’s participation: Lessons and challenges’, in E. K. M. Tisdall, J. M. Davis, A. Prout and M. Hill (eds), Children, Young People and Social Inclusion: Participation for What?, Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 139156.
    LaPiere, R. T. (1934), ‘Attitudes vs actions’, Social Forces, 13: 230237.
    Lawn, S. and Battersby, M. (2009) ‘Skills for person-centred care: Health professionals supporting chronic condition prevention and self-management’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 161192.
    Lee, R. M. (1993) Doing Research on Sensitive Topics, London: Sage.
    Levine, H. G. (1985) ‘Principles of data storage and retrieval for use in qualitative evaluations’, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 7 (2): 169186.
    Ling, H. K. (2008) ‘The development of culturally appropriate social work practice in Sarawak, Malaysia’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 97106.
    Lister, R. (2005) ‘Investing in the citizen-workers of the future’, in H. Hendrick (ed.), Child Welfare and Social Policy: An Essential Reader, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 449462.
    Lofland, J. (1971) Analyzing Social Settings: A Guide to Qualitative Observation and Analysis. Belmon, CA: Wadsworth.
    London School of Economics (2011) EUKids Online: Questionnaires for children and parents, www2.lse.ac.uk/media@lse/research/EUKidsOnline/EUKidsII%20(2009-11)/Survey/Master%20questionnaires.aspx (accessed 2 February 2012).
    Lorde, A. (1982) Zami: A New Spelling of My Name, London: Pandora.
    Lui, C.-W., Warburton, J., Winterton, R. and Bartlett, H. (2011) ‘Critical reflections on a social inclusion approach for an ageing Australia’, Australian Social Work, 64 (3): 266282.
    Lyons, K. and Taylor, I. (2004) ‘Gender and knowledge in social work’, in R. Lovelock, K. Lyons and J. Powell (eds), Reflecting on Social Work: Discipline and profession, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 7294.
    MacDonald, G., Sheldon, B. with Gillespie, J. (1992) ‘Contemporary studies of the effectiveness of social work’, British Journal of Social Work, 22 (6): 615643.
    Macfarlane, S. (2009) ‘Opening spaces for alternative understandings in mental health practice’, in J. Allan, L. Briskman and B. Pease (eds), Critical Social Work: Theories and Practices for a Socially Just World (
    2nd
    edition), Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, pp. 201213.
    MacKenzie, D. A. (1981) Statistics in Britain 1865–1930: The Social Construction of Scientific Knowledge, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
    MacNaughton, G., Smith, K. and Lawrence, H. (2003) Hearing Young Children’s Voices: Consulting with Children from Birth to Eight Years of Age, ACT Children’s Strategy, Children’s Services Branch, ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services, Canberra, and Centre for Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood, The University of Melbourne, Australia.
    Mafile’o, T. (2008) ‘Tongan social work practice’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 117127.
    Mahler, V. and Jesuit, D. K. (2006) ‘Fiscal redistribution in the developed countries: New insights from the Luxembourg Income Study’, Socio-Economic Review, 4 (3): 483511.
    Manicas, P. (2007) ‘The social sciences since World War II: The rise and fall of Scientism’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 731.
    Marlow, C. and Boone, S. (2005) Research Methods for Generalist Social Work (
    4th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
    Marlow, C. R. (2011) Research Methods for Generalist Social Work (
    5th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
    Martel, Y. (2003) The Life of Pi, Edinburgh: Canongate.
    Martin, M. (1994) ‘Developing a feminist participative research framework: Evaluating the process’, in B. Humphries and C. Truman (eds), Re-thinking Social Research, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 123145.
    Mason, J. (1994) ‘Linking qualitative and quantitative data analysis’, in A. Bryman and R. G. Burgess (eds), Analyzing Qualitative Data, London: Routledge, pp. 89110.
    Massachussetts General Hospital (2010) www2.massgeneral.org/schoolpsychiatry/checklists_table.asp (accessed 16 August 2012).
    Maxwell, J. A. and Miller, B. A. (2008) ‘Categorizing and connecting strategies in qualitative data analysis’, in S. N. Hesse-Biber and P. Leavy (eds), Handbook of Emergent Methods, New York and London: Guilford Press, pp. 461477.
    Mayall, B. (2006) ‘Child-adult relations in social space’, in E. K. M. Tisdall, J. M. Davis, A. Prout and M. Hill (eds), Children, Young People and Social Inclusion: Participation for What?, Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 199215.
    McDonnell, D. (1986) Theories of Discourse: An Introduction, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
    MacIntyre, G., Green Lister, P., Orme, J., Crisp, B. R., Manthorpe, J., Hussein, S., Moriarty, J., Stevens, M. and Sharpe, E. (2011) ‘Using vignettes to evaluate the outcomes of student learning: Data from the evaluation of the new social work degree in England’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 30 (2): 207222.
    McKenzie, J. S. (2009) “You don’t know how lucky you are to be here!”: Reflections on covert practices in an overt participant observation study’, Sociological Research Online, 14 (2) 8, www.socresonline.org.uk/14/2/8.html, doi:10.5153/sro.1925.
    McLachlan, G. and Reid, I. (1994) Framing and Interpretation, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
    McLaughlin, H. (2007) Understanding Social Work Research, London: Sage.
    McLaughlin, H. (2010) ‘“You’ve got to be a saint to be a social worker”: The (mis)operation of fitness to practise processes for students already registered onto English social work training programmes’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 29 (1): 8095.
    McLaughlin, H. (2012) Understanding Social Work Research (
    2nd
    edition), London: Sage.
    McNair, R. P. (2003) ‘Lesbian health inequalities: A cultural minority issue for health professionals’, The Medical Journal of Australia, 178 (12): 643645.
    Melrose, M. (2011) ‘Regulating social research: Exploring the implications of extending ethical review procedures in social research’, Sociological Research Online, 16 (2) 14.
    Mertens, D. (2010) ‘Social transformation and evaluation’, Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 10 (2): 310.
    Mickler, S. (1998) The Myth of Privilege: Aboriginal Status, Media Visions, Public Ideas, Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.
    Miles, M. B. and Huberman, A. M. (1994) Qualitative Data Analysis: An Expanded Sourcebook (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Milgram, S. (1963) ‘Behavioural study of obedience’, Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 67: 371378.
    Millar, J., Thomson, J., Rae, W. and Horne, A. (2008) ‘“We’re here tae make a difference”, Practical learning Achieving Excellence in the Human Services, Proceedings of the 8th International PEPE Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 23–25 January.
    Millei, Z. and Lee, L. (2007) “Smarten up the parents”: Whose agendas are we serving? Governing parents and children through the Smart Population Foundation Initiative in Australia’, Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 8 (3): 20821. Link to published version is available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.2304/ciec.2007.8.3.208 (accessed 1 November 2012).
    Miller, P. (2009) ‘Using knowledge in the practice of dealing with addiction: An ideal worth aiming for’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 213234.
    Miner, H. (1956) ‘Body ritual among the Nacirema’, American Anthropologist, 58 (3): 503507.
    Mitchell, J. P. (2007) ‘Ethnography’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 5566.
    Moore, G. T., Sugiyama, T. and O’Donnell, L. (2003) ‘Children’s physical environments rating scale’, paper presented at the Early Childhood Education 2003 Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia and the Te Tari Puna Ora o Aotearoa/New Zealand Childcare Association 40th Annual Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, July 2003. Published in R. Cornish (ed.), Children: The Core of Society, Proceedings of the Australian Early Childhood Association Biennial Conference [CD-ROM]. Canberra: Australian Early Childhood Association, 2003, paper 73, 9 pgs.
    Morgan, S. (2000) ‘Documentary and text analysis: Uncovering meaning in a worked example’, in B. Humphries (ed.), Research in Social Care and Social Welfare: Issues and Debates for Practice, London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 119131.
    Morgenshtern, M. and Novotna, G. (2012) ‘(In)(Out)Sider(s): White immigrant PhD students reflecting on their teaching experience’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 31 (1): 4762.
    Morison, S. and Greene, E. (1992) ‘Juror and expert knowledge of child sexual abuse’, Child Abuse and Neglect, 16 (4): 595614.
    Morland, I. and Willox, A. (eds) (2005) Queer Theory, Basingstoke, Hampshire and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Morrow, S. L. (2005) ‘Quality and trustworthiness in qualitative research in counseling psychology’, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52 (2): 250260, doi: 10.1037/0022-0167.52.2.250.
    Morse, J. M., Barrett, M., Mayan, M., Olson, K. and Spiers, J. (2002) ‘Verification strategies for establishing reliability and validity in qualitative research’, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 1 (2): 1322.
    Moser, C.A. and Kalton, G. (1989) Survey Methods in Social Investigation, London: Gower.
    Moss, P. (2006) ‘From children’s services to children’s spaces’, in in E. K. M. Tisdall, J. M. Davis, A. Prout and M. Hill (eds), Children, Young People and Social Inclusion: Participation for What?, Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 179198.
    Muetzelfeldt, M. and Briskman, L. (2000) ‘Market rationality, organisational rationality and professional rationality: Experiences from the “contract state”’, paper presented at the conference ‘Playing the market game? Governance models in child and youth welfare’, University of Bielefeld, Germany, 9–11 March.
    Mulder, M. R. and Vrij, A. (1996) ‘Explaining conversation rules to children: An intervention study to facilitate children’s accurate responses’, Child Abuse and Neglect, 20 (7): 623632.
    Munford, R. and Sanders, J. (eds) (2003) Making a Difference in Families: Research that Creates Change, Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    Myers, J. E. B. (1993) ‘Expert testimony regarding child sexual abuse’, Child Abuse and Neglect, 17 (1): 175185.
    Nadkarni, V. (2010) ‘Editorial: Social work education in Asia: New horizons’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 29 (8): 815817.
    Naples, N. A. (2007) ‘Feminist methodology and its discontents’, in W. Outhwaite and S. P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Los Angeles and New York: Sage, pp. 547564.
    National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, Multidisciplinary Teams, www.preventelderabuse.org/communities/mdt.html (accessed 23 October 2012).
    National Resource Center on ADHD, www.help4adhd.org/treatment/scales (accessed 16 August 2012).
    Nelson, L. H. (1990) Who Knows? From Quine to a Feminist Empiricism, Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
    Neuman, W. L. (2006) Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches (
    6th
    edition), Boston, MA: Pearson Education/Allyn & Bacon.
    Neuman, W. L. and Kreuger, L. W. (2003) Social Work Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches, Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
    NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council), Australian Research Council and Australian Vice Chancellor’s Committee (2007) National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research, Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.
    Nimmagadda, J. and Martell, D. R. (2008) ‘Home-made social work: The two-way transfer of social work practice knowledge between India and the USA’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 141152.
    Norton, C. L., Russell, A., Wisner, B. and Uriarte, J. (2011) ‘Reflective teaching in social work education: Findings from a participatory action research study’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 30 (4): 393407.
    Oakley, A. (1999) ‘Interviewing women: A contradiction in terms’, in H. Roberts (ed.), Doing Feminist Research, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
    O’Connor, I., Wilson, J., Setterlund, D. and Hughes, M. (2008) Social Work and Human Service Practice (
    5th
    edition), Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.
    O’Leary, Z. (2004) The Essential Guide to Doing Research, London: Sage.
    Oliver, M. (1992) ‘Changing the social relations of research production’, Disability, Handicap and Society, 7 (2): 101114.
    Orme, J. and Shemmings, D. (2010) Developing Research-based Social Work Practice. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Osei-Hwedie, K. and Rankopo, M. J. (2008) ‘Developing culturally relevant social work education in Africa: The case of Botswana’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 203217.
    Ostrander, N. and Chapin-Hogue, S. (2011) ‘Learning from our mistakes: An autopsy of an unsuccessful university–community collaboration’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 30 (4): 454464.
    Ottenberg, S. (1990) ‘Thirty years of field notes: Changing relationships to the text’, in R. Sanjek (ed.), Field Notes: The Makings of Anthropology, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, pp. 139160.
    Packham, C. (2000) ‘Community auditing: Appropriate research methods for effective youth and community work interventions’, in B. Humphries (ed.), Research in Social Care and Social Welfare: Issues and Debates for Practice, London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 102118.
    Palinkas, L. A., Schoenwald, S. K., Hoagwood, K., Landsverk, J., Chorpita, B. F. and Weisz, J. R. (2008) ‘An ethnographic study of implementation of evidence-based treatments in child mental health: First steps’, Psychiatric Services, 59 (7): 738746.
    Parton, N. (1991) Governing the Family: Child Care, Child Protection and the State, London: Macmillan.
    Parton, N., Thorpe, D. and Wattam, C. (1997) Child Protection: Risk and the Moral Order, London: Macmillan.
    Patton, M. Q. (1987) How to Use Qualitative Methods in Evaluation, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Patton, M. Q. (1990) Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methods, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Patton, M. Q. (1997) Utilisation-focused Evaluation: The New Century Text (
    3rd
    edition), London: Sage.
    Paulsen, R. (2010) ‘Mediated psychopathy: A critical discourse analysis of newspaper representations of aggression’, Kritike, 4 (2): 6086.
    Payne, G. and Payne, J. (2004) Key Concepts in Social Research, London: Sage.
    Pease, B. (2010) ‘Challenging the dominant paradigm: Social work research, social justice and social change’, in I. Shaw, K. Briar-Lawson, J. Orme and R. Ruckdeschel (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Work Research, London: Sage, pp. 98112.
    Pease, B. and Fook, J. (eds) (1999) Transforming Social Work Practice: Postmodern and Critical Perspectives, Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
    Peile, C., McCouat, M. and Rose-Miller, M. (1995) ‘Child abuse paradigms: An analysis of the basic theoretical and epistemological assumptions underlying child abuse literature’, unpublished paper, Department of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Queensland, Brisbane.
    Percy-Smith, B. and Thomas, N. (eds) (2010) A Handbook of Children and Young People’s Participation: Perspectives from Theory and Practice, London and New York: Routledge (e-book).
    Petr, C. G. and Barney, D. D. (1993) ‘Reasonable efforts for children with disabilities: The parents’ perspective’, Social Work, 38 (3): 247254.
    Pithouse, A. (1987) Social Work: The Social Organisation of an Invisible Trade, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
    Pitts, M. and Smith, A. (eds) (2007) Researching the Margins: Strategies for Ethical and Rigorous Research with Marginalised Communities, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Plano Clark, V. L., Cresswell, J. W., O’Neil Green, D. and Shope, R. J. (2008) ‘Mixing quantitative and qualitative approaches: An introduction to mixed methods research’, in S. N. Hesse-Biber and P. Leavy (eds), Handbook of Emergent Methods, New York and London: Guilford Press, pp. 363387.
    Plath, D. (2012) ‘Implementing evidence-based practice: An organisational perspective’, British Journal of Social Work, doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcs169.
    Platt, J. (1986) ‘Functionalism and the survey: The relation of theory and method’, Sociological Review, 34 (3): 501536.
    Pockett, R., Walker, E. and Dave, K. (2010) ‘“Last orders”: Dying in a hospital setting’, Australian Social Work, 63 (3): 250265.
    Potter, J. (1996) Representing Reality. London: Sage.
    Powell, J., Lovelock, R. and Lyons, K. (2004) ‘Introduction’, in R. Lovelock, K. Lyons and J. Powell (eds), Reflecting on Social Work: Discipline and Profession, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 119.
    Prout, A. and Tisdall, E. K. M. (2006) ‘Conclusion: Social inclusion, the welfare state and understanding children’s participation’, in E. K. M. Tisdall, J. M. Davis, A. Prout and M. Hill (eds), Children, Young People and Social Inclusion: Participation for What?, Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 235246.
    Punch, M. (1986) The Politics and Ethics of Fieldwork, Qualitative Research Methods Series, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Punch, M. (1993) ‘Observation and the police: The research experience’, in M. Hammersley (ed.), Social Research: Philosophy, Politics and Practice, London: Sage, pp. 181199.
    Punch, K. (1998) Introduction to Social Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches, London: Sage.
    Pung, A. (2006) Unpolished Gem, Melbourne: Black Inc.
    Quine, S. and Browning, C. (2007) ‘Methodological and ethical issues in conducting research with older people’, in M. Pitts and A. Smith (eds), Researching the Margins: Strategies for Ethical and Rigorous Research with Marginalised Communities, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 130142.
    Rabbitts, E. and Fook, J. (1996) ‘Empowering practitioners to publish: A writer’s and a publisher’s perspectives’, in J. Fook (ed.), The Reflective Researcher: Social Workers’ Theories of Practice Research, St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    Rapp, C. A., Etzel-Wise, D., Marty, D., Coffman, M., Carlson, L., Asher, D., Callaghan, J. and Holter M. (2010) ‘Barriers to evidence-based practice implementation: Results of a qualitative study’, Community Mental Health Journal, 46 (2): 112118 (E-Pub. 2009, doi:10.1007/s10597-009-9238-z).
    Rasinski, K.A. (1989) ‘The effect of question wording on public support for government spending’, Public Opinion, 53: 38894.
    Reason, P. and Bradbury, H. (eds) (2008a) The Sage Handbook of Action Research: Participative Inquiry and Practice (
    2nd
    edition), London: Sage.
    Reason, P. and Bradbury, H. (2008b) ‘Introduction’, in P. Reason and H. Bradbury (eds), The Sage Handbook of Action Research: Participative Inquiry and Practice (
    2nd
    edition), London: Sage, pp. 113.
    Reason, P. and Bradbury, H. (eds) (2008c) ‘Exemplars: Part III’, in P. Reason and H. Bradbury (eds), The Sage Handbook of Action Research: Participative Inquiry and Practice (
    2nd
    edition), London: Sage.
    Reinharz, S. (1992) Feminist Methods in Social Research, New York: Oxford University Press.
    Renzetti, C. (1992) Violent Betrayal: Partner Abuse in Lesbian Relationships, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Renzetti, C. and Lee, M. (eds) (1993) Researching Sensitive Topics, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Reynolds, H. (2000) ‘Indigenous social welfare: From a low priority to recognition and reconciliation’, in A. McMahon, J. Thomson and C. Williams (eds), Understanding the Australian Welfare State: Key Documents and Themes (
    2nd
    edition), Croydon, Victoria: Macmillan Education Australia, pp. 97109.
    Richardson, B. (2011) ‘A matter of choice: A critical discourse analysis of ECEC policy in Canada’s 2006 federal election’, Occasional Paper No. 25, Toronto, Canada: Childcare Resource and Research Unit.
    Richardson, L. (1994) ‘Writing: A method of inquiry’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), Handbook of Qualitative Research, Newbury Park, CA: Sage, pp. 516529.
    Richardson, L. (2000) ‘Writing: A method of inquiry’ in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 923948.
    Richardson, L. and St Pierre, E. A. (2005) ‘Writing: A method of inquiry’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 959978.
    Ridge, T. (2006) ‘Childhood poverty: A barrier to social participation and inclusion’, in E. K. M. Tisdall, J. M. Davis, A. Prout and M. Hill (eds), Children, Young People and Social Inclusion: Participation for What?, Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 2338.
    Riessman, C. K. (1993) Narrative Analysis, Qualitative Research Methods Series, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Riessman, C. K. (1994a) ‘Subjectivity matters: The positioned investigator’, in C. K. Riessman (ed.), Qualitative Studies in Social Work Research, Newbury Park, CA: Sage, pp. 133138.
    Riessman, C. K. (1994b) ‘Narrative approaches to trauma’, in C. K. Riessman (ed.), Qualitative Studies in Social Work Research, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 6771.
    Rintoul, S. (1993) The Wailing: A National Black Oral History, Port Melbourne, Victoria: William Heinemann Australia.
    Robson, E. (2010) ‘Children’s bodies: Working and caring in sub-Saharan Africa’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 148162.
    Rojek, C., Peacock, G. and Collins, S. (1988) Social Work and Received Ideas, London: Routledge.
    Rose, G. (2001) Visual Methodologies, London: Sage.
    Rose, N. (1998) Inventing Our Selves: Psychology, Power, and Personhood, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
    Rose, N. (1999a) Governing the Soul: The Shaping of the Private Self (
    2nd
    edition), London and New York: Free Association Books.
    Rose, N. (1999b) Powers of Freedom: Reframing Political Thought, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
    Rowntree, D. (2004) Statistics without Tears: An Introduction for Non-Mathematicians, Boston, MA: Pearson.
    Royse, D. (1999) Research Methods in Social Work, Chicago, IL: Nelson-Hall.
    Royse, D. and Thyer, B. (1996) Program Evaluation (
    2nd
    edition), Chicago, IL: Nelson-Hall.
    Royse, D., Thyer, B., Padgett, D. and Logan, T. K. (2001) Program Evaluation: An Introduction (
    3rd
    edition), Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
    Rubin, A. and Babbie, E. (2007) Essential Research Methods for Social Work, Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
    Rubin, A. and Babbie, E. (2008) Research Methods for Social Work (
    6th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Thomson/Brooks Cole.
    Rubin, A. and Babbie, E. (2011) Research Methods for Social Work (
    7th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
    Russell, R. and Tyler, M. (2002) ‘Thank heaven for little girls’, Sociology, 36 (3): 619637.
    Ryan, M. and Martyn, R. (1996) ‘Writing about social work education: A content analysis of Australian journal articles 1983–1993’, Australian Social Work, 49 (4): 1923.
    Ryan, M. and Martyn, R. (1997) ‘Women writing on social work education: Findings from a study of the content analysis of Australian journal articles 1983–1993’, Australian Social Work, 50 (2): 1318.
    Ryan, M. and Sheehan, R. (2009) ‘Research articles in Australian Social Work from 1998–2007: A content analysis’, Australian Social Work, 62 (4): 525542.
    Said, E. (1978) Orientalism, Harmondsworth: Penguin.
    Salmon, G. (1994) ‘Personal view: Working in a multidisciplinary team: Need it be so difficult?’, British Medical Journal, 309: 1520.
    Samuel, W. W. E. (2002) German Boy: A Child in War, London: Sceptre/Hodder & Stoughton.
    Sanders, J. and Munford, R. (2003) ‘Strengthening practice through research: Research in organisations’, in R. Munford and J. Sanders (eds), Making a Difference in Families: Research that Creates Change, Crow’s Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
    Sarantakos, S. (2005) Social Research (
    3rd
    edition), Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Sardar, Z. (2011) ‘The boy with no identity’, New Internationalist, 445 (September), pp. 2021.
    Saunders, P. (2002) The Ends and Means of Welfare: Coping with Economic and Social Change in Australia, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
    Savvakis, M. and Tzanakis, M. (2004) ‘The researcher, the field and the issue of entry: Two cases of ethnographic research concerning asylums in Greece’, Sociological Research Online, 9 (2), www.socresonline.org.uk/9/2/savvakis.html.
    Scanlon, J. (1993) ‘Challenging the imbalance of power in feminist oral history – developing a take-and-give methodology, Women’s Studies International Forum, 16 (6), 639645.
    Scarborough, H. (ed.) (1996) The Management of Expertise, London: Macmillan.
    Schiele, J. H. (ed.) (2011) Social Welfare Policy: Regulation and Resistance among People of Color, Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
    Schofield, J. W. (1993) ‘Increasing the generalizability of qualitative research’, in M. Hammersley (ed.), Social Research: Philosophy, Politics and Practice, London: Sage, pp. 200225.
    Schön, D. (1983) The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action, New York: Basic Books.
    Schratz, M. and Steiner-Löffler, U. (1998) ‘Pupils using photographs in school self-evaluation’, in J. Prosser (ed.), Image-based Research: A Sourcebook for Qualitative Researchers, London: Falmer Press, pp. 235251.
    Schutt, R. (1999) Investigating the Social World (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.
    Seale, C. (2002) ‘Quality issues in qualitative inquiry’, Qualitative Social Work, 1 (1): 97110.
    Sevenhuijsen, S. (1998) Citizenship and the Ethics of Care: Feminist Considerations on Justice, Morality and Politics, London: Routledge.
    Shaw, I. (2005) ‘Practitioner research: Evidence or critique?, British Journal of Social Work 35 (8): 12311248, doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bch223.
    Shaw, I. (2007) ‘Is social work research distinctive?’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 27 (7): 659669.
    Shaw, I. (2011) Evaluating in Practice (
    2nd
    edition), Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
    Shaw, I. and Norton, M. (2007) The Kinds and Quality of Social Work Research in UK Universities, London: Social Care Institute of Excellence.
    Sheean, F. and Cameron, J. M. (2009) ‘The risky business of birth’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 141160.
    Sheldon, B. (1998) ‘Social work practice in the 21st century’, Research on Social Work Practice, 8 (5): 577588.
    Sheldon, B. (2000) Evidence-based Practice, Lyme Regis, UK: Russell House.
    Sheldon, B. (2001) ‘The validity of evidence-based practice in social work: A reply to Stephen Webb’, British Journal of Social Work, 31 (5): 801809.
    Sheldon, B. and Chilvers, R. (2000) Evidence-based Social Care: A Study of Prospects and Problems, Lyme Regis, UK: Russell House.
    Shenton, A. K. (2004) ‘Strategies for ensuring trustworthiness in qualitative research projects’, Education for Information, 22: 6375.
    Shlonsky, A. and Wagner, D. (2005) ‘The next step: Integrating actuarial risk assessment and clinical judgment into an evidence-based practice framework in CPS case management’, Children & Youth Services Review, 27 (4): 409427.
    Silverman, D. (1998) ‘Qualitative/quantitative’, in C. Jenks (ed.), Core Sociological Dichotomies, London: Sage, pp. 7895.
    Sim, J. and Wright, C. (2000) Research in Health Care: Concepts, Designs and Methods, Cheltenham, UK: Stanley Thorne.
    Sin, R. (2008) ‘Reconfiguring “Chineseness” in the international discourse on social work in China’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 165176.
    Skeggs, B. (1994) ‘Situating the production of feminist ethnography’, in M. Maynard and J. Purvis (eds), Researching Women’s Lives from a Feminist Perspective, London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 7292.
    Slattery, D. (2010) ‘The political inherency of evaluation: The impact of politics on the outcome of 10 years of evaluative scrutiny of Australia’s mandatory detention policy’, Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 10 (1): 1727.
    Smith, A. and Pitts, M. (2007) ‘Researching the margins: An introduction’, in M. Pitts and A. Smith (eds), Researching the Margins: Strategies for Ethical and Rigorous Research with Marginalised Communities, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 341.
    Smith, A. D. (1993) Fires in the Mirror: Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and other Identities, New York: Anchor.
    Smith, L. T. (1999) Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples, London: Zed Books.
    Smith, L. T. (2005) ‘On tricky ground: Researching the native in the age of uncertainty’, in N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln (eds), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (
    3rd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 85107.
    Smith, M., Meyer, S., Stagnitti, K. and Schoo, A. (2009) ‘Knowledge and reasoning in practice: An example from physiotherapy and occupational therapy’, in H. D’Cruz, S. Jacobs and A. Schoo (eds), Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 193212.
    Smith, R. (2009) Doing Social Work Research, Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.
    Snizek, W. E. (1976) ‘An empirical assessment of “sociology: a multiple paradigm science”’, American Sociologist, 11 (4): 217219.
    Stanley, L. and Wise, S. (1993) Breaking Out Again: Feminist Ontology and Epistemology (
    2nd
    edition), London: Routledge.
    Stevenson, M. (2010) ‘Flexible and responsive research: Developing rights-based emancipatory disability research methodology in collaboration with young adults’, Australian Social Work, 63 (1): 3550.
    Stivers, C. (1993) ‘Reflections on the role of personal narrative in social science’, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 18 (2): 408425.
    Strauss, B. and Corbin, J. (1990) Basics of Qualitative Research, Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
    Strauss, A. and Corbin, J. (1998) Basics of Qualitative Research (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [Also cited in Denzin and Ryan (2007) as Strauss, A. and Corbin, J. (1999) Basics of Qualitative Research (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.]
    Tadajewski, M. (2008) ‘Incommensurable paradigms, cognitive bias and the politics of marketing theory’, Marketing Theory, 8 (3): 273297, doi: 10.1177/1470593108093557.
    Tadajewski, M. (2009) ‘The debate that won’t die? Values incommensurability, antagonism and theory choice’, Organization, 16 (4): 467485, doi: 10.1177/1350508409104504.
    Takahashi, R. (2011) ‘Japanese American resistance to World War II: Executive, legislative, and judicial policies’, in J. H. Schiele (ed.), Social Welfare Policy: Regulation and Resistance among People of Color, Los Angeles, CA: Sage, pp. 135163.
    Taylor, B. (1993) ‘Phenomenological method in nursing: Theory versus reality’, in D. Colquhoun and A. Kellehear (eds), Health Research in Practice: Political, Ethical and Methodological Issues, London: Chapman & Hall, pp. 112125.
    Taylor, C. and White, S. (2000) Practising Reflexivity in Health and Welfare, Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
    Taylor, C. and White, S. (2001) ‘Knowledge, truth and reflexivity: The problem of judgement in social work’, Journal of Social Work, 1 (1): 3759.
    Taylor, J. (2011) ‘The intimate insider: Negotiating the ethics of friendship when doing insider research’, Qualitative Research, 11 (1): 322, doi: 10.1177/1468794110384447.
    Teare, J. F., Peterson, R. W., Authier, K., Schroeder, L. and Daly, D. L. (1998) ‘Maternal satisfaction following post-shelter family reunification’, Child and Family Forum, 27 (2): 125138.
    Teddlie, C., Tashakkori, A. and Johnson, B. (2008) ‘Emergent techniques in the gathering and analysis of mixed methods data’, in S. N. Hesse-Biber and P. Leavy (eds), Handbook of Emergent Methods, New York and London: Guilford Press, pp. 389413.
    Teo, P. (2000) ‘Racism in the news: A critical discourse analysis of news reporting in two Australian newspapers’, Discourse Society, 11 (1): 749.
    The College of Social Work (England) (2012), Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF), www.collegeofsocialwork.org/pcf.aspx (accessed 23 August 2012).
    Thomas, R. (1996) ‘Statistics as organizational products’, Sociological Research Online, 1 (3), www.socresonline.org.uk/socresonline/1/3/5.html.
    Thompson, E. H. (Jr.) (1994) ‘Older men as invisible men in contemporary society’, in E. H. Thompson (Jr.) (ed.), Older Men’s Lives, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 121.
    Thomson, A. (1996) Critical Reasoning: A Practical Introduction, London: Routledge.
    Thorpe, D. (1994) Evaluating Child Protection, Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
    Tilbury, C., Buys, N. and Creed, P. (2009) ‘Perspectives of young people in care about their school-to-work transition’, Australian Social Work, 62 (4): 476490.
    Tomass, M. (2001) ‘Incommensurabilityof economic paradigms: A case study of the monetary theories of Mises and Marx’, Review of Political Economy, 13 (2): 221243.
    Trials of Galileo, Compass, ABC TV, Sunday, 9 May 2010, 10.10–11.10 pm, www.abc.net.au/compass/pastepisodes.htm.
    Tronto, J. (1993) Moral Boundaries: A Political Argument for the Ethics of Care, London: Routledge.
    Truman, C. (2000) ‘New social movements and social research’, in C. Truman, D. M. Mertens and B. Humphries (eds), Research and Inequality, London: UCL Press, pp. 2436.
    Truman, C. and Humphries, B. (1994) ‘Re-thinking social research: Research in an unequal world’, in B. Humphries and C. Truman (eds), Re-thinking Social Research: Anti-discriminatory Approaches in Research Methodology, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 120.
    van Blerk, L. (2010) ‘AIDS, mobility and commercial sex in Ethiopia’, in K. Hörschelmann and R. Colls (eds), Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 232246.
    van Maanen, J. (1988) ’Field work culture and ethnography’, Tales of the Field, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, pp. 112.
    van Norman, G. (1998) ‘Interdisciplinary team issues’, Ethical Topics in Medicine, Washinton, DC: University of Washington. Available at: http://depts.washington.edu/bioethx/topics/team.html (accessed 23 October 2012; date last modified 11 April 2008).
    van Rooyen, C. C. (2011) ‘Analysis of qualitative data’, in C. R. Marlow (ed.), Research Methods for Generalist Social Work (
    5th
    edition), Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole, pp. 213234.
    Verolme, H. E. (2000) The Children’s House of Belsen, Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.
    Wadsworth, Y. (2011) Do It Yourself Social Research (
    3rd
    edition), Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.
    Walsh-Tapiata, W. (2008) ‘The past, the present and the future: The New Zealand Indigenous experience of social work’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 107115.
    Ward, P. R., Thompson, J., Barber, R., Armitage, C. J., Boote, J. D., Cooper, C. L. and Jones, G. L. (2010) ‘Critical perspectives on “consumer involvement” in health research: Epistemological dissonance and the know-do gap’, Journal of Sociology, 46 (1): 6382.
    Weaver, H. N. (2008) ‘Indigenous social work in the United States: Reflections on Indian tacos, Trojan Horses and canoes filled with indigenous revolutionaries’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 7181.
    Webb, E. J., Campbell, D. T., Schwartz, R. D. and Sechrest, L. (1966) Unobtrusive Measures in the Social Sciences, Chicago, IL: Rand McNally.
    Webb, S. (2001) ‘Some considerations on the validity of evidence-based practice in social work’, British Journal of Social Work, 31: 5779.
    Wendt, S. and Seymour, S. (2010) ‘Applying post-structuralist ideas to empowerment: Implications for social work education’, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 29 (6): 670682.
    Wenger, E. (1998) Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning and Identity, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
    Wetherell, M. (1994) ‘Commentary: The knots of power and negotiation, blank and complex subjectivities’, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 4 (4): 305308.
    Wetton, N. and McWhirter, J. (1998) ‘Images and curriculum development in health education’, in J. Prosser (ed.), Image-based Research: A Sourcebook for Qualitative Researchers, London: Falmer Press, pp. 263283.
    Wilensky, H. (2002) Rich Democracies: Political Economy, Public Policy, and Performance, Los Angeles: University of California Press.
    Williams, M., Tutty, L.M. and Grinnell, R.M. Jr. (1995) Research in Social Work: An Introduction, Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock.
    Williamson, E., Goodenough, T., Kent, J. and Ashcroft, R. (2005) ‘Conducting research with children: The limits of confidentiality and child protection protocols’, Children and Society, 19: 397409, doi: 10.1002/CHI.852.
    Witkin, S. L. (1992) ‘Should empirically-based practice be taught in BSW and MSW programs? No!’, Journal of Social Work Education, 28 (3): 265268.
    Witkin, S. L. (1995) ‘Whither social work research? An essay review’, Social Work, 40: 424428.
    Wolf, M. A. (1992) A Thrice-told Tale: Feminism, Post-modernism, and Ethnographic Responsibility, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
    Wolf, M.A. (1996) ‘Afterword: Musing from an old gray wolf’, in D. L. Wolf (ed.), Feminist Dilemmas in Fieldwork, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, pp. 215222.
    Wolfe, R. (1992) ‘Data management’, in M. C. Alkin (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Educational Research (
    6th
    edition), New York: Macmillan, pp. 293299.
    Wood, L. and Kroger, R. O. (2000) Doing Discourse Analysis: Methods for Studying Action in Talk and Text, Thousand Oaks, CA, and London: Sage.
    Woodyer, T. (2008) ‘The body as research tool: Embodied practice and children’s geographies’, Children’s Geographies, 6 (4): 349362.
    Woolnough, S. and Arkell, E., with Tobias, J. (2010) Improving Cancer Outcomes: An Analysis of the Implementation of the UK’s Cancer Strategies 2006–2010, London: Cancer Research UK.
    Xu, Q. (2011) ‘The impact of deportation on Chinese Americans: A family’s pain, a community’s struggle’, in J. H. Schiele (ed.), Social Welfare Policy: Regulation and Resistance among People of Color, Los Angeles, CA: Sage, pp. 185211.
    Yan, M. C. and Tsang, A. K. T. (2008) ‘Re-envisioning indigenization: When Bentuhuade and Bentude social work intersect in China’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 191202.
    Yellow Bird, M. (2008) ‘Postscript: Terms of endearment. A brief dictionary for decolonizing social work with Indigenous Peoples’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 275291.
    Yellow Bird, M. and Gray, M. (2008) ‘Indigenous people and the language of social work’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 5969.
    Yin, R. K. (1994) Case Study Research: Design and Methods (
    2nd
    edition), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Yuen-Tsang, A. and Ku, B. (2008) ‘A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step: The development of culturally relevant social work education and fieldwork practice in China’, in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds), Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 177190.

    • Loading...
Back to Top