Teaching Resources

ARTICLES ON TEACHING SOCIAL WORK, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND HUMAN RIGHTS
 

See Folder of articles available on SWGS 6050 Human Rights and Social Justice Course ERes page

Chyrikins, M., & Vieyra, M. (2010). Making the past relevant to future generations. The work of the Anne Frank House in Latin America. Intercultural Education, 217-15.

Dewees, M., & Roche, S. (1999). Teaching about human rights in social work. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 21(1-2), 137-155.

Dustin, D., & Montgomery, M. (2010). The use of social theory in reflecting on anti-oppressive practice with final year BSW social work students. Social Work Education, 29(4), 386-401.

George, J. J. (1999). Conceptual muddle, practical dilemma: Human rights, social development and social work education. International Social Work, 42(1), 15-26.

Hodge, D. (2010). Social justice as a unifying theme in social work education: principles to realize the promise of a new pedagogical model. Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 26(2-3), 201-213.

Morley, C. (2008). Teaching critical practice: Resisting structural domination through critical reflection. Social Work Education, 27(4), 407-421.

Skegg, A. (2005). Human rights and social work: A western imposition or empowerment to the people?. International Social Work, 48(5), 667-672.

Snyder, C., Peeler, J., & May, J. (2008). Combining human diversity and social justice education: A conceptual framework. Journal of Social Work Education, 44(1), 145-161.

Steen, J., & Mathiesen, S. (2005). Human Rights Education. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 25(3-4), 143-156.

United Nations. (1994). Human rights and social work: A manual for schools of social work and the social work profession. Geneva: United Nations Centre for Human Rights.  (Pt. 3- Issues in teaching and learning about human rights, pp. 41-46)

van Soest, D. (1996). Impact of social work education on student attitudes and behaviors concerning oppression. Journal of Social Work Education, 32(2), 191-202.

Weiss, I. (2005). Is there a global common core to social work? A cross-national comparative study of BSW graduate students. Social Work, 50(2), 101-110.

Wiener, D. R., & Rosenwald, M. (2008). Unlocking doors: Providing MSW programs and students with educational "keys" to social justice. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 19(2), 125-139.


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