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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 370000 Studies in Human Society -> 370200 Social Work -> 370204 Counselling, Welfare and Community Services :

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Murray, J. A. (2005) Approaches to children, young people and mental health: Confusion in the ranks, confusion among the commanders. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 15 2: 182-194. 165 263
Murray, J. A. (2005). A psychology of loss: A potentially integrating psychology for the future study of adverse life events. In Alexandra Columbus (Ed.), Advances in psychology research (pp. 15-46) New York, U.S.A.: Nova Science Publishers. 96 502
Di Bartolo, Lawrence Mario (2000). A spatial study of reported domestic violence in Brisbane: A social justice perspective M.A. Thesis, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland. 472 1817
Healy, Karen (2011) A study of crisis intervention and planned family support with vulnerable families: A national homelessness research project : Australian Homelessness Clearinghouse 88  
Chui, E. W. H. (2000) Book Review - Counselling skills in social work practice. Journal of Social Work Practice, 14 1: 76-78. doi:10.1080/713683884 82   0 0
Chui, Wing Hong (2000) Book Review - Working with young offenders. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 39 3: 319-320. doi:10.1111/1468-2311.00171 70   0
Murray, J. A. (2004). Childrens' reactions to perinatal death of a sibling: A ten-year follow-up. In: Kevin Kellehear, Maree Teesson, Vivienne Miller, Cathy Issakidis, Paula Hanlon, Sadie Robertson, John Farhall and Janet Peters, Harvesting hope: Across the lifespan Proceedings of 14th Annual TheMHS Conference 2004. 14th Annual TheMHS Conference / 5th AICAFMHA Conference: Harvesting hope across the lifespan, Gold Coast, Queensland, (81-86). 1-3 September 2004. 305  
Chenoweth, L. I. (2002). Children with disabilities: what evidence do we have for better practice. In: What Works!? Evidence Based Practice in Child and Family Services. What Works!? Evidence Based Practice in Child & Family Services, Bondi Beach, (1-8). 2-4 September. 90  
Darlington, Y., Osmond, J. and Peile, C. (2002) Child welfare workers' use of theory in working with physical child abuse: Implications for professional supervision. Families In Society-the Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 83 1: 54-63. 723   4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5
Spall, P. (2000) Community service organisations: A new role in governance. QCOSS Bulletin, 12-14. 52  
Walker, P. (1999) Concepts of the self: implications for cross-cultural conflict resolution. The ADR Bulletin, 2 2: 17-18, 24. 69  
Humpage, L and Marston, G. J. (2005) Cultural justice, community development and onshore refugees in Australia. Community Development Journal: Special Issue on Refugees, 40 2: 137-157. 118   Cited 5 times in Scopus5
Cheers, B., Darracott, R. and Lonne, R.L. (2005) Domains of rural social work practice. Rural Society, 15 3: 234-250. doi:10.5172/rsj.351.15.3.234 116   0
Short, Patricia M. and Mutch, Allyson (2001) Exchange, reciprocity and citizenship – principles of access and the challenge to human rights in the third sector: An Australian perspective. Social Justice, 28 4: 114-127. 85  
McAuliffe, D. (1999). Exploring the ethical minefield: practitioner experiences of ethical dilemmas in front-line practice. In: Australian Association of Social Workers, Promoting Inclusion - Redressing Exclusion: The Social Work. Joint Conference AASW, IFSW, APASWE, AASWWE, Sheraton, Brisbane, (67-71). 26-29 Sep 1999. 42  
Degaura, M.C. (2003). Feel it and deal with it: Mental health practitioners' experiences of exposure to the trauma of survivor clients Master's Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, The University of Queensland. 71  
Sherry, Mark Dominic (1999) From primary to high school. Transition, . 34  
Head, Brian W. (2005). Governance. In Peter Saunders and James Walker (Ed.), Ideas and influence: Social science and public policy in Australia (pp. 44-63) Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney Press. 28  
Green, R. and Lonne, R.L. (2005) 'Great lifestyle, pity about the job stress': Occupational stress in rural human service practice. Rural Society, 15 3: 252-266. doi:10.5172/rsj.351.15.3.253 91   0
McDonald, Catherine (1999) Human service professionals in the community services industry. Australian Social Work, 52 1: 17-25. doi:10.1080/03124079908414105 46   Cited 10 times in Scopus10 0
Antrobus, Emma, Cheshire, Lynda, Connor, Meredith, George, Nicole, Madsen, Wendy, Ramirez, Suzanna, Shevellar, Lynda, Walters, Peter, Westoby, Peter and Wickes, Rebecca (2013) Identifying and evaluating factors influencing community resilience in a crisis : 120 20
Darlington, Y, Feeney, JA and Rixon, K (2005) Interagency collaboration between child protection and mental health services: Practices, attitudes and barriers. Child Abuse & Neglect, 29 10: 1085-1098. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2005.04.005 322 5 32 Cited 46 times in Scopus46 0
Sullivan, B. F. (2007) La via di pilgrim per il postmodernismo. Terapia Famigliare, 85 Novembre: 32-36. 46  
Dennis, Rea (1999) Listening: A tool for minimising violence in the lives of women with disabilities. Women Against Violence, 7: 32-41. 72  
Buys, L., McDonald, C. and Rushworth, J. Living Alone While Living Together: a Study of Independent Living Units. Qld. Univ. of Technology: Cen. for Community & Cross Cultural Studies, 1999. 130  
Murray, J. A. (2004) Making Sense of Resilience: A Useful Step on the Road to Creating and Maintaining Resilient Students and School Communities. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 14 1: 1-15. 97  
Tilse, C. F., Setterlund, D. S., Wilson, J. E. and Rosenman, L. S. (2007) Managing the financial assets of older people: Balancing independence and protection. British Journal of Social Work, 37 3: 565-572. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcm014 91 8 6 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Warburton, J. R., Oppenheimer, M. and Zappala, G. (2004) Marginalizing Australia's Volunteers: the need for socially inclusive practices in the non-profit sector.. Australian Journal on Volunteering, 9 1: 33-40. 278  
Owen, N. M. (2003). More than just child's play: A study of sibling incest PhD Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, The University of Queensland. 642  
Setterlund, D. S. and Warburton, J. R. (2002) Older women as local community educators in Australia. Voluntary Action, 4 3: 49-64. 50  
Sullivan, B. F. (2007) Passion and commitment in counsellors: What difference does it make?. Counselling Australia, 7 4: 122-126. 67  
Harris, J. and McDonald, C. (2000) Post-Fordism, the welfare state and the personal social services: A comparison of Australia and Britain. British Journal of Social Work, 30 1: 51-70. doi:10.1093/bjsw/30.1.51 247   17 Cited 22 times in Scopus22 0
Chenoweth, L. I. (1999). Protecting the gains of the decade: Contemporary threats to the humanity of people with disabilities. In A. Cross, J. Sherwin, P. Collins, B. Funnell and M. Rodgers (Ed.), Gathering the wisdom: Changing realities in the lives of people with disabilities (pp. 206-213) Brisbane: CRU Publications. 43  
Coleman, A. (1999). Raising the roof: Women, housing and homeless. In: Domestic Violence Resource Centre, Raising the Roof - Domestic Violence Action and Resources. Shelter = Human Right, Brisbane, Australia, (2-3). September, 1999. 30  
Tilbury, C. (2003) Repeated reports to child protection: Interpreting the data. Children Australia, 28 3: 4-10. 31  
Tilse, C. F., Wilson, J. E. and Setterlund, D. S. (2007). Residential care: Informed choices. In Sara Carmel, Carol A. Morse, Fernando M. Torres-Gil, JoAnn Damron-Rodriguez, Susan Feldman and Terence Seedsman (Ed.), Lessons on aging from three nations. V.2 The Art of Caring for Older Adults (pp. 37-51) New York: Baywood Publishing Company. 132 7
Walker, P. (1999). Revisiting the three R's: Our response to racism and reconciliation. In: Joint Conference AASW, IFSW, APASWE, AASWWE Conference Proceedings. 1999 Joint Conference: AASW, IFSW, APASWE, AASWWE, Sheraton Brisbane, (276-281). 2-29 Sept 1999. 35  
Chenoweth, L. I. (1999). Sexual abuse of people with disabilities: Denied sexuality and abuses of power. In Melinda Jones and Lee Ann Basser Marks (Ed.), Disability, divers-ability, and legal change (pp. 301-312) The Hague: Martinus Nuhoff. 81  
May, J. T. (1999). Social Welfare. In John Henningham (Ed.), Institutions in Australian society 2nd ed. (pp. 204-233) South Melbourne Vic.: Oxford University Press. 33  
O'Connor, I., Wilson, J. E. and Setterlund, D. S. Social Work and Welfare Practice 4th ed. Frenchs Forest: Pearson Education Australia, 2003. 1061  
O'Connor, I., Healy, K. and Rosenman, L. S. (1999). Social work research in Australia. In: Decha Sungkawan, Enhancing social integration: structure, process and intervention for social development. 1997 Asia and Pacific Regional Conference of APASWE and IFSWc, Bangkok, Thailand, (226-235). 1997. 36  
Doupe, S. (1999). Spirituality and the older person: Redressing practice exclusion. In: Promoting Inclusion - Redressing Exclusion: The Social Work. Promoting Inclusion - Redressing Exclusion: The Social Work, Sheraton Hotel, Brisbane, (x-x). 26-29 Sep 1999. 34  
Darlington, Yvonne and Bland, Robert (1999) Strategies for encouraging and maintaining hope among people living with serious mental illness. Australian Social Work, 52 3: 17-23. doi:10.1080/03124079908414131 99   0
Setterlund, D. S., Tilse, C. F. and Wilson, J. E. (1999) Substitute decision making and older people. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 139: 2-6. 58  
McNamara, J. and Gillies, R. M. (2003) Support Requirements and Effects of Supervision on Telephone Counsellors. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 13 2: 192-204. 447 1334
Marston, Greg, Larsen, Jørgen Elm and McDonald, Catherine (2005) The active subjects of welfare reform: A street-level comparison of employment services in Australia and Denmark. Social Work and Society, 3 2: 141-157. 69   Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Nthomang, K. (1999) The Basarwa/San/Bushman Question in Botswana Community Economic Development creating opportunities for empowerment. Journal of Social Development in Africa, 14 1: 53-67. 39  
Ung, K. (2002). The complex and diverse landscape of agency and external supervision. In M. McMahon and W. Patton (Ed.), Supervision in the Helping Professions: A Practical Approach (pp. 91-115) Australia: Pearson Education Australia. 58  
Warburton, J. R. and Wiseman, R. (2002) The experience of governance in community managed welfare organisations. Third Sector Review, 8 2: 51-70. 57  
Carpenter, G. and Patterson, I. R. (2004) The Leisure Perceptions and Leisure Meanings of a Mid-Life Couple Around the Time of Retirement. World Leisure Journal, 46 2: 13-25. 51  

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