No more ‘Blacks in the Back’. Adding more than a ‘splash’ of Black into social work education and practice by drawing on the works of Aileen Moreton-Robinson and others who contribute to Indigenous Standpoint Theory

Briese, Jennifer and Menzel, Kelly 2020, No more ‘Blacks in the Back’. Adding more than a ‘splash’ of Black into social work education and practice by drawing on the works of Aileen Moreton-Robinson and others who contribute to Indigenous Standpoint Theory. In Morley, Christine, Ablett, Phillip, Noble, Carolyn and Cowden, Stephen (ed), The Routledge handbook of critical pedagogies for social work, Routledge, London, Eng., pp.375-387.

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Title No more ‘Blacks in the Back’. Adding more than a ‘splash’ of Black into social work education and practice by drawing on the works of Aileen Moreton-Robinson and others who contribute to Indigenous Standpoint Theory
Author(s) Briese, Jennifer
Menzel, Kelly
Title of book The Routledge handbook of critical pedagogies for social work
Editor(s) Morley, Christine
Ablett, Phillip
Noble, Carolyn
Cowden, Stephen
Publication date 2020
Chapter number 31
Total chapters 43
Start page 375
End page 387
Total pages 13
Publisher Routledge
Place of Publication London, Eng.
ISBN 135100204X
9781351002042
Language eng
Indigenous content off
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30132273

Document type: Book Chapter
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