• Social Work = Maatskaplike Werk : editorial 

      Green, Sulina (Stellenbosch University, Department of Social Work, 2020)
      The articles in this issue of Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk address a range of topics from school social work as a field of practice to the role of social service providers to protect vulnerable women and children in society.
    • The fourfold neoliberal impact on social work and why this matters in times of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond 

      Ornellas, Abigail; Engelbrecht, Lambert; Atamturk, Elvan (Department of Social Work, Stellenbosch University, 2020)
      While social welfare policy forms a cornerstone of the social work profession, economic policy and its interactions often remain distant and of academic interest only. In this paper the authors argue that understanding how ...
    • The fourfold neoliberal impact on social work and why this matters in times of the covid-19 pandemic and beyond 

      Abigail, Ornellas; Lambert, Engelbrecht; Atamturk, Elvan (Stellenbosch University, Department of Social Work, 2020)
      While social welfare policy forms a cornerstone of the social work profession, economic policy and its interactions often remain distant and of academic interest only. In this paper the authors argue that understanding how ...
    • Editorial 

      Green, Sulina (Stellenbosch University, Department of Social Work, 2020)
      No abstract available.
    • Editorial 

      Sulina, Green (Stellenbosch University, Department of Social Work, 2020)
      The promotion of healthy family life--its health, welfare, and preservation--is of fundamental and strategic importance for social work.
    • The current landscape of child protection services in South Africa : a systematic review 

      Strydom, Marianne; Schiller, Ulene; Orme, Julie (Stellenbosch University, Department of Social Work, 2020)
      Child protection services are seen as the largest field of social work service delivery in South Africa. Repeated warnings of the ‘crisis state’ of child protection services have gone unheeded. The aim of this article is ...