Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Associate Professor Susan Mlcek

Associate Professor Susan Mlcek

Profile

Susan is Māori-Indigenous, with teaching experience gained from time at two Australian universities, a NZ tribal indigenous-university, and TAFE NSW. A very distant 'claim to fame' was as one of four official workforce training coordinators for the Sydney Olympic Games, with the added responsibility of being 'sport training coordinator for all 47 Olympic and Paralympic sports'. She brings several hats to her current and previous roles, including as STAR Lead for the Faculty of Arts social work programs [from 2011-2013), and Course Director Lead for Smart Learning: adult education; literacy, language and numeracy; human services and social work; management, and foundational studies. Her substantive position is as senior lecturer in the human services and social work discipline, with a teaching focus on cross-cultural competencies, case management, and communication subjects. As a previous course coordinator of the social work degree program at the CSU rural and regional campus in Dubbo, she was able to focus on a particular passion; on providing education opportunities for marginalised and LSES students. Her PhD research and thesis [UWS 2008] relates to Paucity Management Models in Community Services Delivery (in rural and remote areas in the central west of NSW). She has undertaken externally-funded community development evaluation projects related to rural service provision. Overall, research and publications address several interest areas, including ongoing collaborations with NZ, as well as Indonesian colleagues [following the successful international social work mobility program to the Bandung School of Social Welfare, Indonesia, in 2014]. Her Sub-Dean role has seen her successfully apply for New Colombo Plan funding for international short-term mobility programs to: Samoa, Malaysia, Seoul, South Korea, India, and Indonesia.

CSU Current Roles: Sub-Dean Partnerships, Faculty of Arts and Education; Smart Learning Course Director-Lead, Faculty of Arts and Education; Level C – Senior Lecturer Teaching & Research, Social Work & Human Services.

Qualifications & Education
  • Doctor of Philosophy[commenced 2002; submitted March 2008, awarded 2008] – UWS, Penrith [Principal supervisors: Associate Professor Regine Wagner & Associate Professor Rosemary Leonard; second supervisor: Associate Professor Merrilyn Childs]: Final thesis - Paucity Management Models in Community Welfare Services Delivery. Empirical work included interviews with 15 managers from the central west region of NSW. The qualitative phenomenographic research applied a theoretical framework from: Giddens' structuration theory; Wagner's domain theory, and complexity and chaos theories from Gleick and Lewin. The study used a 'structure of awareness framework' to analyse categories of description related to professional practice including: communicating; ethical practice; structural boundaries, & innovation. Principal External Markers: Associate Professor Wendy Earles [JCU] & Professor Jo Barraket [QUT].
  • Bachelor of Social Work[Commenced February 2009; Awarded 2010], CSU, Wagga Wagga: The degree program updated social work qualifications for Australian Association of Social Workers [AASW] membership, and for inclusion in all facets of teaching human services and social work curriculum.
  • Master of Commerce(Hospitality Management) [commenced 1998; awarded 1999] – UWS, Hawkesbury: Subjects: Management and Leadership Process; Marketing Management; Strategic Management; Operational Management; Managerial Accounting; Human Resource Development; Properties and Facilities; Seminar in Cultural Diversity and Tourism.
  • Master of Arts (Communication and Cultural Studies)[commenced 1996; awarded 1997] – UWS, Nepean: Subjects: Communication Management; Research Paper-Bilingualism & Identity; Issues in Indigenous Cultures; Women, Technology & Communication; Technology, Communication & Education; Ideas & Issues in Writing; Research Processes.
  • Bachelor of Adult Education(Major: Literacy, language & numeracy major) [commenced 1993; awarded 1995] – UWS, Nepean: Subjects: Included major in Literacy, Language and Numeracy, plus Teaching English to Students of Other Languages (TESOL); Human Resource Development & Management; Workplace Communication; Ideas & Issues in Education; Project Management; Community Education; Language as Social Semiotics; Facilitating Learning.

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Teaching

Susan has taught a range of subjects in welfare, social work and human services.

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Current research

  • Critical reflection on whiteness behaviours in social work
  • Intuition framework application for transformational leadership
  • Rural and remote community services delivery as part of Information and Neighbourhood Centres
  • Social engineering of communities – contemporary colonisation
  • International mobility partnerships including social work programs - Indonesia

Research interests

  • Auto-ethnography
  • Social work education, in particular providing learning opportunities for the disadvantaged
  • Indigenous Philosophy: Decolonising Philosophy
  • Indigenous knowledges and theories
  • Indigenous research methods
  • Critical whiteness studies
  • Developing cross-cultural competencies
  • Indigenisation of curriculum
  • University curriculum renewal and implication for first-year transition.

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Books

  • Mlcek, S [Principal Researcher], Timutimu, Ngareta, Mika, Carl, Aranga. Monte, Taipeti, Nikora, Rangihau, Te Rurehe, Temara, Te Makarini, Shepherd, Yvonne, McGarvey, Haturini (August 2009).Te piko o te māhuri, tērā te tupu o te rākau: language and literacy in marae-based programmes. Wellington: Ministry of Education, New Zealand.

Thesis

  • Mlcek, S (2008). Paucity Management Models in Community Welfare Services Delivery. Australasian Digital Thesis Program. Penrith: University of Western Sydney.

Chapters in Books

  • Mlcek, S., Moorhead, B., Morrissey, J., & Norris, G. (2014). Chapter 1: Communication and learning; two sides of the same coin. In S. Mlcek, B. Moorhead, J. Morrissey, & G. Norris (Compilers), Communication management and beyond, 2nd edition. Frenchs Forest, Australia: Pearson Australia.
  • Mlcek, S (2014). Chapter 12: Paucity management in human services delivery in remote and rural communities. In A Ragusa [ed.] Rural lifestyles, community well-being and social change: Lessons from country Australia for global citizens. Bentham Sciences Publishers-Social Sciences Division.
  • Mlcek, S (2008). Chapter 11: It is never just about 'literacy' and 'oracy': Different ways of communicating are the key to 'making meaning'. In Josta van Rij-Heyligers (Editor), Intercultural Communication across University Settings – Myths and Realities: Refereed Proceedings of the 6th Communication Skills in University Conference. Auckland: Pearson Publishing.

Journal Articles

  • Mlcek, S., & Ismay, D. (2015-forthcoming publication). Balanced Management in the Delivery of Community Services through Information and Neighbourhood Centres. Third Sector Review (upcoming Issue).
  • Mlcek, S. (2014 – Editor's Choice Papers from BJSW). Are we doing enough to develop cross-cultural competencies for social work? British Journal of Social Work [BJSW] (2014), Vol. 44 (7), doi: Br J Soc Work (2014)44 (7):1984-2003,first published online March 15, 2013 doi:10.1093/bjsw/bct044
  • Mlcek, S., & Pulla, V. (2014). Knowledge building for practice: resilience in social work student engagement. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, Vol. 1, Issue 4, November, 2014, pp. 1-17.      ISSN 2201-1323.
  • Mlcek, S. (2013). Are we doing enough to develop cross-cultural competencies for social work? British Journal of Social Work [BJSW] (2013), pp 1-20. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bct044
  • Mlcek, S., Aranga, M., & Timutimu, N. (2012). Traversing the plateaus of knowledge(s): how mana determines the research processes. International Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 9, Issue 10, pp.85-96.
  • Mlcek, S. (2011). Competing knowledges in lifelong education. International Journal of Lifelong education, Vol. 30, No. 6, November-December 2011, pp 815-830.
  • Mlcek, S. (2009). Providing post-compulsory education options through 'new-look' rural partnerships. Rural Society – Special VET Issue 2009.
  • Mlcek, S. (2009). Being culturally competent or culturally indulgent: what is an effective pedagogical framework for Indigenous Learners? ACRAWSA e-journal, 2009.
  • Aranga, M., Mika, C., & Mlcek, S. (2008). Kia Hiwa Ra! Being Watchful: The challenges of Student Support at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi. Online Journal, MAI Review, 2008, 1, Article 6. Accessed from, http://ojs.review.mai.ac.nz/index.php/MR/article/view/113/112
  • Mlcek, S. (2005). Paucity Management Addresses the Limit-situations of Human Services Delivery in Rural Australia. In, Rural Society – Special Edition: Rural Social Work Practice, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 297-311.
  • Wagner, R., & Mlcek, S. (2005). Partnerships and Collaborations as Paucity Management Practices in Rural and Regional Community-based Human Service Organisations. In Third Sector Review, 11(1), 85-101.

Conference Papers

  • Mlcek, S., Timutimu, N., & Stephens, C. (2006). Foundational learning opportunities offer 'sound- bytes' of online knowledge(s) to students from a Wānanga setting. Proceedings of the 2006 National New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE) Conference, December 5th – 8th, Rotorua, New Zealand – published to CD-ROM, ISSN 1176-4902 [December 2006]. 
  • Mlcek, S. (2006). It's never just about 'literacy' and 'oracy': Different ways of communicating are the key to 'making meaning'. In, Intercultural communication across university settings: Myths and Realities. Refereed proceedings of the 2006 Communication Skills in University Education (CSUE) Conference, November 28th – December 1st. Auckland: Student Learning Centre, University of Auckland.
  • Mlcek, S., & Bowles, W. (2006). Extending the use of student units for both professional education and community solutions. In, Towards Excellence in PEPE: a collaborative endeavour (Themes: diversity, innovation and future challenges). Proceedings of the 2006 Bi-annual International Conference on Practical Experiences in Professional Education (PEPE). Auckland: Department of Education, University of Auckland.
  • Mlcek, S., & Barber, N. (2005). Using the 'Nesting Dolls' Analogy to Reconceptualise Communication for Sustainability in the Human Services Industry. In, Vocational Learning: Transitions, Interrelationships, Partnerships and Sustainable Futures, Jean Searle, Fred Bevan & Dick Roebuck [Eds.], vol. 2, pp. 63-70.
  • FitzSimons, G., & Mlcek, S. (2004). Doing, Thinking, Teaching and Learning Numeracy on the Job: An Activity Approach to Research into Chemical Spraying and Handling. Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, Australian Academic Press, Brisbane, vol. 1, pp. 149-156.
  • Mlcek, S., Wagner, R., & Childs, M. (2003). Developing Meaningful Community Welfare Cultures: Can Communities of Practice Exist within Models of Paucity Management? Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, Australian Academic Press, Brisbane, vol.2, pp. 182-187.

Creative Works

  • FitzSimons, G., & Mlcek, S. (2004-2005). Report into Chemical spraying: Teaching and learning numeracy on the job. Project for NCVER, National Council for Vocational Education Research. Project No. NR3L06. Accessed [online] via Executive summary, Full report & Supporting documents, http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1609.html?friendly=printable
  • Alston, M., Barber, N., & Mlcek, S. (2004-2008, Consultants with Charles Sturt University). Kurrajong Waratah-Rural Beginnings Research Project: Initiative of the Australian Government Stronger Families and Communities Strategy. Ongoing research and consultancy, accessed from, Australian Government Department of families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs. 
  • Mlcek, S. (2006-2007). Principal researcher for provision of research for Māori Learners in Foundation Learning, 'Optimising foundation learning opportunities for Maori learners in marae- based education programmes at Te Whare Wānanga ō Awanuiārangi'. NZ Ministry of Education Learning for Living project. Outcome from a successful Ministry of Education [MoE] $50,000 Grant.

Reports

  • Barber, N., & Mlcek, S. (2010). Evaluation Report: Centacare Wilcannia-Forbes Communities for Children Program in the Dubbo Region NSW 2005 -2009. Wagga Wagga: Charles Sturt University, Centre for Inland Health. 
  • Mlcek, S. [Principal Researcher] (2007-2009). Optimising Foundation Learning Opportunities for Maori Learners in Marae-based Education Programs at Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiārangi. Report to the New Zealand Ministry of Education Learning for Living Project. Wellington: Ministry of Education, New Zealand. 
  • Barber, N., Mlcek, S., & Ferguson, E. (2009). Community Needs Analysis for Centacare Wilcannia- Forbes Communities for Children Program in the Dubbo Region NSW. Report by the Centre for Inland Health. Wagga Wagga: Charles Sturt University.
  • Alston, M., Barber, N., Mlcek, S., & Witney-Soanes, K. (2008). Invest to Grow: Local Evaluation of the Rural Beginnings Project, Final Evaluation Report. Wagga Wagga: Charles Sturt University, Institute for Land, Water and Society. 
  • Alston, M., Barber, N., Mlcek, S., & Witney-Soanes, K. (2007). Final Interim Invest to Grow Evaluation Report. Wagga Wagga: Charles Sturt University, Institute for Land, Water and Society. 
  • FitzSimons, G., & Mlcek, S. (2004-2005). Report into Chemical spraying: Teaching and learning numeracy on the job. Project for NCVER, National Council for Vocational Education Research. Project No. NR3L06. Adelaide: NCVER. Executive summary available from http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1609.html?friendly=printable

Conference Presentations

  • Mlcek, S., & Relf, S. (July 2014 – peer selection – forthcoming). The case for turning theory on its head to promote quality experiences for first-year students International First Year in Higher Education (FYHE 2014) Conference, Darwin, Australia.
  • Mlcek, S. (July 2014 – peer selection – forthcoming). Why critical reflection on whiteness behaviours in social work has to continue – SWESD 2014, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Flakelar, E.,& Mlcek, S. (July 2014 – peer selection – forthcoming). 'No More Silence' - A rural domestic violence awareness campaign: Sociological, feminist and human rights analysis – SWESD 2014, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Mlcek, S., & Ismay, D. (July 2014 – peer selection – forthcoming).  Citizens at play in the delivery of community services through information and neighbourhood centres. 11th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR),Muenster, Germany.
  • Mlcek, S., & Pula, V. (July 2013– peer selection). Supporting first-year students' engagement – building resilience. Proceedings of the International First Year in Higher Education (FYHE 2013) Conference, Wellington, NZ, 7th-10th July 2013.
  • Mlcek, S., & Aranga, M. (June 2013– peer selection). Tacit and explicit knowledge approaches to adult learning and teaching. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Budapest, Hungary, 19th-21st July 2013.
  • Mlcek, S., & Ogden, J.(March 2013 – peer selection). What can we learn from the heterogeneous nature of first-year student enrolments? Proceedings of the 7th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, INTED2013, Valencia, Spain, 4-6th March 2013.
  • Mlcek, S. (July 2012– peer selection). 'Auto-management', as part of an emerging theory about practice, addresses the limit-situations of marketisation in human services delivery. Proceedings of the 2012 International Society for Third Sector Research Bi-annual Conference, Siena, Italy.
  • Mlcek, S., & Aranga, M. (July 2011– peer selection). Traversing the plateaus of knowledge(s): how mana determines the research processes. Proceedings of the 2011 Annual International Humanities Conference, Granada, Spain.
  • Mlcek, S. (November 2010 – by invitation). The poverty of remote and regional people, especially Indigenous Peoples, makes for a very poor civil society. Proceedings of the 2010 Australia and New Zealand Third Sector Research [ANZTSR] Biennial Conference, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, University of Technology, Sydney, 15-16 November 2010.
  • Mlcek, S., & Ogden, J. (December 2012– peer selection). What can we learn from the heterogeneous nature of student enrolments? Proceedings of the 2012 Charles Sturt Education Annual (CSUED) Conference, Albury-Wodonga, NSW.
  • Mlcek, S. (July 2010– peer selection). The poverty of remote and regional people, especially Indigenous Peoples, makes for a very poor civil society. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research[ISTR], Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey. Mlcek, S (November 2009 – peer selection). Strategies for Academic Learning Support in 'New Look' Rural Partnerships. Proceedings of the 2009 Charles Sturt University 'Educational Interactions and Curricula' Conference, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. Mlcek, S (December 2008– peer selection). Tutorial Support and Foundational Studies Education Strike a Balance in Competing Knowledge Systems. Proceedings of the 2008 International World Indigenous Peoples Conference-Education (WIPC-E), Melbourne University and Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne. Mlcek, S. (December 2008 – peer selection). Being culturally competent or culturally indulgent: what is an effective pedagogical framework for Indigenous Learners? Proceedings of the 2008 International Re-Orienting Whiteness Conference, Monash University, Melbourne. Refereed publication.
  • Mlcek, S., & Barber, N. (November 2008 – peer selection). Layering trans-dimensional experience to professional knowledge hierarchies: the Matryoushka model. Proceedings of the 2008 Charles Sturt University 'Educational Interactions and Curricula' Conference, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.
  • Aranga, M., Mika, C., & Mlcek, S, (2007– peer selection). Being Watchful: The challenges of student support at Te Whare Wānanga ō Awanuiārangi. Paper presented at the University of Technology Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Knowledge Conference (ISIK 2007), Sydney, July 11-13, 2007.
  • Mlcek, S. (December 2006– peer selection). Foundational learning opportunities offer 'sound-bytes' of online knowledge(s) to students from a Wānanga setting. Proceedings of the 2006 Annual International Conference for the New Zealand and Australian Association for Research in Education (NZARE), Rotorua, New Zealand. Refereed publication.
  • Mlcek, S. (November 2006– peer selection). It's never just about 'literacy' and 'oracy': Different ways of communicating are the key to 'making meaning'. Proceedings of the 2006 Bi-annual International Conference on Communication Skills for University Teaching, Auckland, New Zealand. Refereed publication. 
  • Mlcek, S. (February 2006– peer selection). Extending the use of student units for both professional education and community solutions. Proceedings of the 2006 Bi-annual International Conference on Practical Experiences in Professional Education (PEPE), Auckland, New Zealand. Refereed publication.
  • Mlcek, S. (December 2005– peer selection). Using the 'Nesting Dolls' Analogy to Reconceptualise Communication for Sustainability in the Human Services Industry. Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Post-Compulsory Education and Training, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia. Refereed publication.
  • Mlcek, S., & FitzSimons, G. (September 2004– peer selection). Teaching and Learning Numeracy on the Job: The case of chemical spraying and handling. Work in progress. Proceedings of the 27th National ACAL Conference, Melbourne, Australia. Published to CD-ROM.
  • Mlcek, S., & Wagner, R. (August 2004– peer selection). Partnerships and collaborations as paucity management practices in rural and regional community based human service organisations. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Review, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Published to CD-ROM.

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Professional Activities

  • Enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in University Leadership and Management [GCULM] Degree Program – CSU – 2015 and current.
  • Participant on the CSU Leadership Development for Women [LDW] Program - professional staff development – 2012.

Supervision

  • PhD and Professional Doctorate: Charles Abanobi – Social inclusion, PhD 2015 and current; Rohena Duncombe – Homeless peoples access to service delivery, PhD 2014 and current; Deanna Bowen – Exploring the Treatment of Eating Disorders in Rural Australian Health Settings: Towards a Model of Effective Service Delivery, DSW 2013 and current; Susan Moore – Keeping kids safe in remote Aboriginal communities: exploring community-driven frameworks for the protection of children from sexual abuse, PhD 2014 and current; Julie Perrin – Sibling bereavement over time; the experience on the individual and on family relationships, when the brother or sister's death is drug-related: a qualitative research project - DSW 2013 and current; Sandra Bateman – An examination of the social impact of volunteer activity in three Australian living heritage museums - principal supervisor PhD, candidate withdrew 2011 following successful defense of research proposal.
  • Masters dissertation: Lillian Flanagan - Why use the 'Signs of safety' for Queensland child protection social workers? –principal supervisor 2014; Jeanette Ninnis - Women who have been sexually assaulted as refugees particularly in refugee camps – principal supervisor 2012/2013-2015; Lauren Grant- Homeless Agencies and Social Inclusion: Examples of Programs and Services in Adelaide - principal supervisor Degree Master of Human Services Management and Policy; candidate successful graduation 2010.
  • Honours thesis: Aaron Jackson– Trauma-informed child protection practice – 2015;Rachel Mitchell – Multicultural work, youth, community development, rural SW- principal supervisor, 2014; Joanna Newton– Transfer of children from CS to NGOs, maybe on the impact on staff, or carers and/or the children... principal supervisor, 2014; Donna Smith - Australia cannot develop its national identity until it recognises and accepts Indigenous Australians as holding the unique place as being Australia¹s first peoples – principal supervisor, 2014;Emma Flakelar – 'No More Silence': Domestic Violence and Community Awareness Campaigns in the Wagga Wagga Region - principal supervisor; candidate successful graduation first-class honours, 2011; Caroline Vella– Challenges and barriers impacting on effective communication with Autistic people - principal supervisor, candidate successful graduation 2010.

Professional Activities / Professional Consultancies 

  • Mlcek, S. (2015 – and continuous appointment each year to end of 2019). International Academic Panel Consultant and Expert for the Accrediting Bodies – NZQA & SWRB NZ – for the accreditation of the Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work, 4-year degree program, delivered by Te Whare Wananga o Aoteoroa, NZ.
  • Mlcek, S [Literacy, Language & Numeracy Consultant] for Disabilities Enterprises (2008/2009).Their Feet in our Hands. Consultant and writer for final training material for Workplace English Language & Literacy [WELL] research project.
  • Mlcek, S [Content expert writer/researcher] for OTEN (2008/2009). Events Alive! Manage Volunteers Online Resource training materials. Sydney: TAFE NSW Open Training and Education Network [OTEN]. from, http://zephyr.cit.act.edu.au/toolboxes/EventsAlive/events_alive/shared/acknowledgements.htm

CSU Teaching and Learning Resources

  • Mlcek, S (September 2011-Bathurst). Traversing the plateaus of knowledge(s): how mana determines the research processes. School H & SS seminar series.
  • Mlcek, S (June 2009-Wagga Wagga). ReOrientingWhiteness – implications for teaching social work and human services curriculum. School H & SS seminar series.
  • Mlcek, S (June 2005-Wagga Wagga). Paucity management in rural community welfare services. School H & SS seminar series.
    • STAR [Student Transition and Retention] First-year subject delivery: Information for lecturers, Compendium 1 201230.
    • STAR First Year Curriculum Learning Community [FYCLC] Colloquium 1 [24 April 2012].
    • STAR First Year Curriculum Learning Community [FYCLC] Colloquium 2 [20 Nov 2012].
    • STAR First Year Curriculum Learning Community [FYCLC] Colloquium 3 [29 May 2013].
    • STAR First Year Curriculum Learning Community [FYCLC] Colloquium 4 [27 Nov 2013].

External Research Activities

  • Invited international conference session Chair for: 2008 International Re-Orienting Whiteness Conference, Monash University, Melbourne; 2010 9th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research [ISTR], Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • International Marker for PhD – Mei Winitana [TWWoA] – Markers of Identity for Māori Women – February 2014.
  • International Academic Expert – invited to sit on the NZQA and NZSWB accreditation panel to review and approve the new 4-year Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work, for Te Whare Wānanga ō Āotearoa - May 2015.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  • "The contradictions of contemporary social work: an ironic response" - for the British Journal of Social Work (2013)
  • 'Interest convergence in Australian education' – for ACRAWSA (2012)
  • 'Theorizing Social Ideations' – for the International Journal of the Humanities (2011)
  • 'Towards a Holistic View of Humanities' – for the International Journal of the Humanities (2011)
  • 'Will "Perpetual Copyright" Destroy Humanities Research?'– for the International Journal of the Humanities (2011).

Peer Reviewed Books

  • Gray, M, Coates, J, Yellow Bird, M & Hetherington, T (eds.) 2013, Decolonizing Social Work, Ashgate, Surry, England. 354 pages, includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-4094-2631-8 (hardback); ISBN 978-1-4094-2632-5 (ebk); ISBN 978-1-44094-7278-0 (ePUB) - for the International Journal of Social Work (2013).

Journal Co-editorship

  • Associate Editor for Vol. 9, Issue 5 of The International Journal of the Humanities [2011 - associated with the above relevant peer journal article reviews].

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