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Social work education in Canada, England and South Africa : a critical comparison of undergraduate programmes

Spolander, Gary ; Pullen-Sansfacon, Annie ; Brown, Marion ; Engelbrecht, Lambert K. (2011-01)

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Spolander, G., Pullen-Sansfacon, A. Brown, M. & Engelbrecht, L. K. 2011. Social work education in Canada, England and South Africa : a critical comparison of undergraduate programmes, International Social Work, 54(6):816-861, doi:10.1177/0020872810389086.

The original publication is available at http://isw.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/01/29/0020872810389086

Article

Globalized labour mobility has led to questions regarding the degree to which social work education in one country can be applicable to practice in another. This paper examines social work education programmes and practice contexts in South Africa, England and Canada as examples through which to examine this question.

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