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Volume 36, Number 4, 19 May 2017

Social work’s response to oppression and injustice: education and practice
pp. 343-344(2)
Authors: Mapp, Susan; Boutté-Queen, Needha

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The teachable moment: engaging students in social justice movements
pp. 359-372(14)
Authors: Lane, Tiffany Yvette; Chiarelli-Helminiak, Christina; Bohrman, Casey; Lewis, Terrence

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Perceptions of poverty in America: using social empathy to reframe students’ attitudes
pp. 391-402(12)
Authors: Frank, Jennifer M.; Rice, Karen

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Confronting carceral power through experiential learning in macro social work practice
pp. 403-413(11)
Authors: Jewell, Jennifer R.; Owens, Allessia P.

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Addressing our own biases: social work educators’ experiences with students with mental illnesses
pp. 414-429(16)
Authors: Charles, Jennifer L. K.; Holley, Lynn C.; Kondrat, David C.

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Social workers: agents of change or agents of oppression?
pp. 430-442(13)
Authors: Edmonds-Cady, Cynthia; Wingfield, Tuwana T.

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Preparing tomorrow’s professoriate: an examination of social justice language in social work PhD program manuals
pp. 443-455(13)
Authors: Hudson, Kimberly D.; Shapiro, Valerie B.; Ebiner, Isabel A.; Berenberg, Annie; Bacher, Nora

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Conceptualizing empowerment practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth in Jamaica
pp. 456-465(10)
Authors: Logie, Carmen H.; Lacombe-Duncan, Ashley; Levermore, Kandasi; Jones, Nicolette

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