Interrogating settler social work with indigenous persons in Canada

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2022-02-15
Authors
Morgenshtern, Marina
Schmid, Jeanette
Yu, Nilan
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This article, towards decolonizing social work, reports on a study that examined the record of Canadian social work regarding Indigenous Canadians through the lens of the national professional association’s journal. Noting that the broad dataset of over 1,500 journal articles represents legitimized knowledge within the discipline, the study aimed to develop a history of the present to interrogate the discourses relating to such practice. The study involved an analysis of the contents over the life of the journal from 1932 to 2019.
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This article was originally published as: Morgenshtern, M., Schmid, J., & Yu, N. (2022). Interrogating settler social work with indigenous persons in Canada. Journal of Social Work, 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1177/14680173211056823
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