International Journal of Social Welfare was previously published as Scandinavian Journal of Social Welfare.
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Laws and policies to support the wellbeing of children: an international comparative analysis
Nicklett, Emily J.; Perron, Brian E.
Children living with their grandparents: resilience and wellbeing
Downie, Jill M.; Hay, David A.; Horner, Barbara J.; Wichmann, Helen; Hislop, Angela L.
Recovery from partner abuse: the application of the strengths perspective
Song, Li-yu; Shih, Chaiw-yi
Attitudes toward home-based employment for mothers of young children: Australian evidence
Kelley, C.G.E.; Kelley, S.M.C.; Evans, M.D.R.; Kelley, J.
Working time: implications for sickness absence and the work–family balance
Olsen, Karen M.; Dahl, Svenn-Åge
Motives, experiences and strategies of next of kin helping older relatives in the Swedish welfare context: a qualitative study
Tipping points: what participants found valuable in labour market training programmes for vulnerable groups
Graham, John R.; Jones, Marion E.; Shier, Micheal
Low income and ‘poverty lines’ in Norway: a comparison of three concepts
Borgeraas, Elling; Dahl, Espen
Can we count on each other? Reciprocity and conflicts in financial support in Sweden
Espvall, Majen; Dellgran, Peter
Social workers' attitudes to the law: an Israeli perspective
Doron, Israel; Karpel, Mirit; Or-Chen, Keren
The Argentine welfare state: enduring and resisting change
Isuani, Ernesto Aldo
Improving the lives of Ghanaian children: complementing the global agenda with a structural social work approach
Manful, Saka E.; Manful, Esmeranda
Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care – By Margaret Reith and Malcolm Payne
Work, Life, and the Mental Health System of Care: A Guide for Professionals Supporting Families of Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders – Edited by Julie M. Rosenzweig and Eileen M. Brennan
Privatizing Pensions: The Transnational Campaign for Social Security Reform – By Mitchell A. Orenstein
Evidence Based and Knowledge Based Social Work – Research Methods and Approaches in Social Work Research – Edited by Inge M. Bryderup
Wodarski, John S.