Intersectionalities is a peer-reviewed, open access journal sponsored by Memorial University's School of Social Work. The journal is international in scope, and publishes articles relating to social work analysis, research, polity, and practice.
Special Issue Call For Papers: The ethics and politics of knowledge production
|Calls for Papers: Special Issue
The ethics and politics of knowledge production:
Critical reflections on social work and social sciences research
Special Issue Guest Editor:
Teresa Macias, School of Social Work, University of Victoria/York University
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2013
Intersectionalities calls for multidisciplinary contributions to a special issue exploring ethical challenges and political considerations related to social work and social science research practices.
Please direct any questions related to this special issue to Dr. Teresa Macias at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
New Continuing Issue Format
|We are pleased to announce that Intersectionalities has moved to a continuing issue format.|
Vol 1 (2012)
Table of Contents
|‘In the World’: Toward a Foucauldian Ethics of Reading in Social Work|
|Sanism, ‘Mental Health’, and Social Work/Education: A Review and Call to Action|
Jennifer M. Poole, Tania Jivraj, Araxi Arslanian, Kristen Bellows, Sheila Chiasson, Husnia Hakimy, Jessica Pasini, Jenna Reid
|Attitudes of Undergraduate Social Work Students Toward Interprofessional Health Care Practice and Interprofessional Health Care Education|
Donna Hardy Cox, Michelle Sullivan, Pamela Button
|Fat is a Social Work Issue: Fat Bodies, Moral Regulation, and the History of Social Work|
|Antiracist Feminist Activism in Women’s Social Service Organizations: A Review of the Literature|
Sobia Shaheen Shaikh
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