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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 31, Number 6, 1 September 2012

‘Arts and Extremely Dangerous’: Critical Commentary on the Arts in Social Work Education
pp. 683-690(8)
Authors: Hafford-Letchfield, Trish; Leonard, Kate; Couchman, Wendy

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Lessons Learned from Three Projects Linking Social Work, the Arts, and Humanities
pp. 703-723(21)
Authors: Moxley, David P.; Feen-Calligan, Holly; Washington, Olivia G.M.

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What If? The Use of Poetry to Promote Social Justice
pp. 742-755(14)
Author: Foster, Victoria

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Encouraging Research in Social Work: Narrative as the Thread Integrating Education and Research in Social Work
pp. 785-793(9)
Authors: Phillips, Joan; MacGiollaRi, Denise; Callaghan, Sue

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Diary Drawings: Mental Illness and Me
pp. 795-797(3)
Author: Williams, Ian

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Drawing to Learn: Clinical Education, Health & Social Care
pp. 797-799(3)
Author: Wright, Jenny

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In the Moment (DVD)
pp. 800-801(2)
Authors: Clark, Matthew; Raphael, Christian

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