Vol 13, No 2 (2012)

Special Issue: Global Problems/Local Solutions

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Global Problems, Local Solutions: What Works, What Does Not, What Can We Do? PDF
Khadija Khaja, Joseph Varga i-iv

Articles

Underlying Motives, Moral Agendas and Unlikely Partnerships: The Formulation of the U.S. Trafficking in Victims Protection Act Through the Data and Voices of Key Policy Players PDF
Nicole Footen Bromfield, Moshoula Capous-Desyllas 243-261
Training for my Life: Lived Experiences of Dislocated Workers in an Advanced Manufacturing Training Program PDF
Marquita R. Walker 262-278
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Developing Innovative Teaching Strategies For Responding to Global Disaster Disasters PDF
Jenny L. Jones, Karen Smith Rotabi, Jason K. Levy, Lisa A. Gray 279-290
Gendered Immigration: Implications and Impact on Social Work Education PDF
DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga, Lihua Huang 291-305
Expanding Our Community: Independent and Interdependent Factors Impacting Refugee Successful Community Resettlement PDF
DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga, Salamatu Barrie, Valentina Djelaj, Stepanie J. Nawyn 306-324
Evaluating the Mental Health Training Needs of Community-based Organizations Serving Refugees PDF
Jennifer Anne Simmelink, Patricia Shannon 325-339
In the Wake of Japan’s Triple Disaster: Rebuilding Capacity through International Collaboration PDF
Eric Anthony Des Marais, Subhasis Bhadra, Allen R. Dyer 340-357
Development Innovations through Entrepreneurial Microfinance and the Attempt to Achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals in Bangladesh PDF
Saleh Ahmed 358-374
Fair Trade as a Community Development Initiative: Local and Global Implications PDF
Charity Samantha Fitzgerald 375-390
Social Work and the Challenges of the Green Economy PDF
Bret Alan Weber 391-407
Adaptations of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions in the North American Context: Local Examples of a Global Restorative Justice Intervention PDF
David K. Androff 408-419
Urban Heat Islands and Social Work: Opportunities for Intervention PDF
Billy Hamilton, Christina L. Erickson 420-430
Violence Against Women and Asylum Seeking: Global Problems and Local Practices Applied to Guatemalan Women Immigrating for Safety PDF
Roselyn Costantino, Karen Smith Rotabi, Debra H. Rodman 431-450
Parental Involvement in an Emerging Democracy: The Case of Croatia PDF
Carmen Luca Sugawara, Jocelyn Clare R. Hermoso, Eva Anđela Delale, Kay Hoffman, Diana Lupšić 451-470
Local and Global Poverty: Insights Using a Rights-based Approach PDF
Ankita Deka 471-483


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