Publications

ABOUT PERSPECTIVES IN SOCIAL WORK

Perspectives in Social Work is a professional Journal for the advancement of perspectives on social issues and social work intervention. All articles in the Journal are peer reviewed.

Materials from this Journal may be used without previous permission of the publishers provided the source is properly acknowledged.

The opinions expressed in the Journal are solely those of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the College of Social Work

Perspectives in Social Work is published thrice a year by the College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan, 38, New Marine Lines, Mumbai 400 020

Annual subscription cost: 

For institutional membership : Rs. 250/-

For individual membership : Rs. 150/-

Note:

The Annual Subscription rates would be revised from April 2014 issue as follows:

For institutional membership : Rs. 500/-

For individual membership : Rs. 250/-

Disclaimer:

The opinions expressed in the Journal are solely those of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the College of Social Work.

Chief Editor: Dr. Geeta Balakrishnan

Assistant Editor: Mr. Elvis Thomas,

Editorial Board: Dr. Saman Afroz, Dr. Manasi Bawdekar, Ms.Meghna Vesvikar

Production Assistance: Mr. Mukund Modak, Mr. Abhay Karande, Ms. Reshma P.

 

 

NOTES TO CONTRIBUTORS

Criteria for acceptance of articles

The Journal welcomes articles, reports of research studies, field experiences and academic papers related to Social Work, Social Change, Social Research, Social Psychology, Social Policy and current topics having a bearing on Social Work Theory and Practice. Manuscripts are selected on the basis of relevance to Social Work education and practice, sound treatment of subject, clarity in presentation, methodology of research articles, implications for intervention, appropriateness of references, correct language and evidence of a high level of scholarship.

The author should send soft copies of the article to perspectivesnn@gmail.com.

Declaration

Each article should be accompanied with a declaration by the authors stating that the article is original and has not been earlier published nor been submitted for publication elsewhere. If the article has already been published, then permission from the publishers for republishing has to be enclosed along with the manuscript.

Responsibility of Authors: Authors are solely responsible for the factual accuracy of their contributions. The author is responsible for obtaining permission to quote lengthy excerpts from previously published material.

Structure of the Article

A cover page indicating:

· Title

· Author Name and Organizational Affiliations

· Corresponding Author Contact Details (postal address, telephone, email)

· Word Length (including abstract, keywords and references)

 

Abstract and Keywords

A second page including:

o Title of the paper

o An abstract of not more than 150 words

About the abstract - Each article should be summarized in an abstract of no more than 150 words. Abstracts must be structured, using four headings: Objective, Method, Results, and Conclusions. Format the abstract as a single paragraph in Italics. Abbreviations and citations NOT to be included in the abstract unless the study replicates or builds directly on another's work.

o Keywords upto five keywords.

 

Length and presentation

o The length of the article may range between 3000 and 5000 words, including the abstract, keywords and references but NOT including references, figures, or tables.

o All parts of the manuscript should be typewritten in MS Word typed in 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced, with margins of at least one inch on all sides. The pages should be numbered serially.

o Within the text of the article, no features should be included that enable the authorship to be identified (for example in page headers and footers or acknowledgements).

Citations, notes, and references 

o All evidence based statements within the article MUST be supported with proper citations.

o Authors should ensure that ALL in-text citations have a corresponding reference entry and that each reference entry is cited in the text. Articles with citations but without reference list or vice-versa will NOT be accepted.

o Key statements in the article may be supported by the author with a logical explanation, the author's opinion, illustration, or in-text citation/paraphrasing of another author's work.

o Non-citation of others’ written work amounts to plagiarism and, thereby, fraud. If plagiarism is identified, the article will not be accepted for publication.

o Only the last name of the author and the year of publication must be cited in the text.

o Notes, when necessary should be numbered continuously and should be printed as end notes. Use of footnotes should be avoided.

o References of both printed and electronic sources should be included at the end of the article in APA format.

References should be listed in alphabetical order as follows:

Barai-Jaitly, T. (2002). The health status of children in India: An overview. Seen but not heard:

India's marginalised, neglected and vulnerable children, 43- 63 New Delhi: VHA

Dhagamwar, V. (2006) Child Rights to Elementary Education: National and International Provisions

in Ravi Kumar (ED), The Crisis of Elementary Education in India (pp. 57 – 91). New Delhi: Sage

Suvarna, Y., Balakrishnan, G. &Talvelkar, K. (2007). The Search of Identity: Placing Universal Birth

Registration (UBR) Within the Framework of Child Rights in India in 'Perspectives in Social Work',

XXII: 3, 21-37

Singh, S. (2004). Metros perform badly in primary education. Times of India, Mumbai 25.03.2004.

Bikker, A. and Thompson AGH. (2006). Predicting and Comparing Patient Satisfaction in Four Different Modes of Health Care Across a Nation in Social Science and Medicine, 63(6), 1671-1683.

Sen, A. (2003). Closing the Gap – Access, Inclusion and Achievement. The-south-asian.com,

November 2003 Retrieved 5th Jan 2009 from http: //www.thecommonwealth. org/shared_

spfiles/uploadedfiles / {F75B1FAA-F88C-43E7-A4B2-B75FEAF6CEF3}_Comm%20Sec

20REPORT% 2004_V8.pdf

 

Tables and Figures

o Tables, figures, graphs and diagrams (illustrations) should not be embedded in the text. Place tables and figures after the References section and indicate preferred placement point in the body of the manuscript such as "<Insert Table 1 here>".

o A short descriptive title should appear above each table with a clear legend and any footnotes suitably identified below. All units must be included.

o Figures and diagrams should be completely labelled, taking into account necessary size reduction and should be supplied in .gif, .jpg, or .png format with resolution 300 dpi or higher.

o Ensure any colors used in figures will be distinct when converted to black and white for print version.

o The word percent should replace the symbol '%' when it is used in the text, but the symbol '%' can be used in parentheses.

 

 

 

 

Review System

The review of the manuscript will be blind and impartial. Manuscripts are reviewed by the Editorial Board and peer-reviewers. Accepted manuscripts may be revised for clarity, organization and length. The article will be sent to authors via e-mail for correction and should be returned within seven days of receipt. Corrections and editing as suggested by the Editorial Board and peer-reviewers should be undertaken by the author and is not the responsibility of the publisher. The decision of the Editorial Board will be final and binding.

Publication of articles

The accepted articles are scheduled for publication in the chronological order in which they are received. The publication lag of an accepted article is generally one year. Each author gets a complimentary copy of the journal issue in which his/her article is printed.

Communication

Communication with reference to articles should be addressed to:

The Assistant Editor

Perspectives in Social Work,

Research Unit,

College of Social Work, NirmalaNiketan

38, New Marine Lines, Mumbai 400020, India

Telephone : 22075458/22067345/22002615

Fax : 91-22-22014880

Email : perspectivesnn@gmail.com


GUIDELINES FOR BOOK REVIEWERS

Pre-requisites for a Book Review

The book under review should have been published in the last two years and should have direct relevance to the field of social work.

 

Expectations of a Book Review

The book review can include the following aspects.

o Title of the book (underlined/italicized), edition, name(s) of the author(s)/editor(s),year of publication and name of publisher (separated by a colon), ISBN number, Format (hardcover/soft cover), number of pages and price of the book.

o Objective/theme of the book

o Contents/organization of the book

o Intended audience for the book

o Perceived response of the audience/user (would you recommend it to the user)

o Approach of the book (topical/analytical/chronological /descriptive/ biographical)

o Concise summary of contents

o A critique of the content of the book (language and presentation)

o Remarks on the strengths and limitations of the book, originality, implications for practice, contribution to knowledge, contemporary relevance, applicability to Indian conditions in case of a foreign book, adherence to ethical practices in referencing information)

o Conclusion

A book review could also include:

o A catchy quip/anecdote that succinctly delivers the reviewer's perspective/viewpoint/argument

o Relevant information of the author, where he/she stands in the genre/field of enquiry

o A note (where appropriate) on how well the text is supported by tables/ diagrams illustration

o Quote with a specific page reference. Excessive quotations to be avoided.

Points to note when the book is an edited version comprising chapters from many authors:

o Summary of each chapter or section (in keeping with the abovementioned guidelines)

o Way in which the central theme is dealt with in each chapter or section

o Name of the author and related information

Editing Procedure

The Editorial Board reserves the right to modify the Book Review for length, clarity and content. The reviewer's concurrence to this is assumed, unless specified otherwise by the reviewer.

Typescript for a Book Review

The book review should be typed in 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced, with margins of at least one inch on all sides on A4 paper and SHOULD NOT exceed 1500 words.

Publication of Book Reviews

The Book reviews are scheduled by the Editorial Team of Perspectives as per the quality of the review and contemporary issues. Priority will be given to invited book reviews. Every book reviewer gets a complimentary copy of the journal issue in which their review gets published.

 

 

 

 

GUIDELINES FOR WRITING DIFFERENT TYPES OF ARTICLES

I . Writing an Article based on a Research Paper/Reports.

This is an article based on an original research project/study, involving information from primary data sources. Such an article contains the following sections:

· Introduction

o Description of the subject

o Critical Summary of available information

o Background of the research

o Problem identification / analysis

o Research questions

o Rationale for the study

· Methodology

o Aims of the research

o Research design

o Variables

o Operational definitions

o Sampling strategy

o Description of the tools of the data collection

o Techniques for analysis

o Limitations of the study, if any

· Discussion:

o Results of the study: This should include a summarized description of the statistical figures and techniques as well as a concise note on the key findings which could be descriptive or numeric

o Interpretation of the data in terms of :

Ø Validation of the hypothesis

Ø Corroboration with cited literature

· Conclusion and recommendations:

This section should include the following

Ø Recommendations to improve/remedy the situation

Ø Implication for the future research and field practice

II. Writing an Academic Article

This article is based on information from secondary data sources. It generally seeks to raise new issues or examine existing issues from a new perspective. It can also be used for theory building. It should contain the following sections:

· Introduction:

Ø Description of the background and importance of the subject under consideration

Ø Statement of purpose

Ø Rationale for the article

· Discussion:

Ø Critical review of literature

· Gaps in knowledge/services and emerging area addressed

Ø Intervention methods

· Conclusion:

Ø Summary of key points

Ø Recommendations

III. Writing an Article based on Field Experiences

This article stems from the experiences of the author. It focuses on a specific issue / problem / project / program that is within the purview of the author’s professional practice and is descriptive in nature. It provides details of how the author dealt with the specific issue / problem or implemented the program / project under consideration. An overview of such an article is given below.

· Introduction:

o Description of the subject under consideration

o Critical review of relevant literature

o Problem identification/analysis

o Rationale for intervention

· Discussion:

o Details of the problem/issue/program/ project under consideration

o Action plan to improve/remedy the situation

o Details of implementation of the action plan

o Critical assessment of effectiveness of intervention

o Learning in relation to existing theory

o Limitations and suggested modifications

· Conclusion:

o Summary of key points

o Suggestions for future work

Submissions that do not conform to the above guidelines will be returned for modifications before entering the review process. 

 


LIST OF PUBLICATIONS IN PERSPECTIVES IN SOCIAL WORK SINCE 1984

Year 

Volume & Month 

Author

Title of Article

Domain

1984
Vol. I, (No. 1) –March
Dominic D’Souza
Social Conflicts: Implications for Social Work in the Asian Region
Social Work Education
Tressie J. Aranha
Social advocacy
Social Work Education
Augustine Ullatil
Attempts in Solving Tribal Indebtedness
Marginalized sections
Nafisa D’Souza
Para-professional training: a priority in the eighties
Social Work Education
Merlyn Miranda
Social work with the aged
Aged
1984
Vol. I, (No. 2) –December
Armaity S. Desai
Late Prof. Sugata Dasgupta –a tribute
Women
Louis Lowy
Teaching & learning in social work education –what do studies tell us?
Social Work Education
Vera D. Mehta
The human communications environment in social work education
Social Work Education
N. D’Souza
Role of Technology In Non-Formal Education In Under-Developed Countries In The Asian Region
Education
Hazel D’Lima
Women in the local power structure
Women
1985
Vol. II, (No. 1) –July
Suman Somen K. & G. Narayana Reddy
Mental health care delivery to rural areas: an Indian experiment
Health
Kalindi S. Muzumdar
Counselling in a college setting
Counselling
Meera Srinivasan, Pratibha Gheewalla & Nishita Dalal
Foster care and adoption –viable alternatives in child welfare
Adoption
Alpa Vora
Problem-solving in an institution
Institution
Ethyl Pereira, Vibha Wagle, Niti Deshpande, Bine Kapashi, Nandita Varma and Madhavi Bhonsle
Vagrant Children In Bombay: Overview of the situation concerning Vagrant Children
Children
1985
Vol. II, (No. 2) –December
M.C. Lam
A Comparative Analysis on “Casework: A Psychological Therapy” By Florence Hollis And Many E. Woods And “ Clinical Social Work” By Hellen Northen
Counselling
A Report
New Thrusts in The Projects of the College Of Social Work:
A. Forum For Environmental Concerns
B. Migrant Construction Workers
Projects
Minar Pimple
Development with justice for peace a professional response
Development
Vidya Rao
Issues In Legislation for Mental Health
Health
1987
Vol. III, (No.1 & 2) – July -December
Sharath Kumar
Peace and development
Development
Beena Choksi
Development education: an educational strategy for social service in schools
Education
Farida Lambay
Social work in schools for children of low income groups (with special emphasis on municipal schools)
Education
Neela Shroff
They are our children too: the vagrant children’s project
Children
M. Z. Khan and D. R. Singh
Juvenile justice policies and programs in India
Children
Dina Sidhva
Role of a family agency in relation to marriage
Counselling
Priti Pai
Are we reaching out to the tribal population?
Marginalized sections
1989
Vol. IV, (No.1) – January-June
Tressie Aranba
Social work in slums
Marginalized sections
Najma Goriawalla
Advocacy for adoption
Adoption
Nasreen Contractor
India vs. India –The Reality Of Development Projects
Development
Kalindi Muzumdar
Social work curriculum –review & recommendations
Social Work Education
Preeti Pai
Street children and drug abuse in india
Children
Anjali Gokarn
Innovative experiments with children’s participation in institutions
Children
Nanda Belvi
Integration of hearing impaired children into regular school
Disabled
1989
Vol. IV, (No.2) – July-December
Kalindi Muzumdar
Towards a better future for family planning in India
Family Planning
G. D. Velbal & P.S. N. Reddy
A study of institutionalized aged
Aged
Elvis Thomas
Health for all by the year 2000 –a community approach
Health
Preeti Pai -Patkar
Children of prostitutes : a descriptive profile
Children
Ramona Dias
Criteria affecting placements in adoption
Adoption
1990
Vol. V, (No.1) –January -June
Neela Shroff
Successful Intervention And Recommendations (Focus on Street Children)
Children
Prasad Reddy
Situational Analysis of street children
Children
A Report
Focus 2000 a.d., a report
Children
A Report
Program for protection of children’s rights. A report
Children
Merlyn Miranda
Community participation in the health care of the rural poor
Health
Patsy Khan
Empowering women for community leadership
Women
Sharath Kumar
Unorganized sector: women vegetables vendors
Unorganized Labour
Jalindar Adsule
Elvis Thomas
Policy for slum and pavement dwellers
Marginalized sections
Anjali Kanitkar
Disaster management: an experience
Crisis Intervention
1990

Vol. V, (No.2) -July-December

Rupam Nangia
Training programs- role of social worker in industry with regard to training
Social Work Education
Kalindi S. Muzumdar
Identification of training material –basic and supplementary
Social Work Education
Mary Chittalapally
Unorganized sector: chikki-making and steel-vessel polishing units in Bombay
Unorganized Labour
Anita Panot
Mahila mandals; women’s organization for rural development
Women
Arun Vinayak
Asian farmers against megaprojects
Environment
Khusmand Wadia
Clean and be damned
Environment
Arun Vinayak
The meaning of sustainable development
Environment
Arun Vinayak
Sister aida velasquez: crusading against environmental destruction
Environment
Chauramma Chawadi
Police, do you know him
Social issues
1991

Vol. VI, (No.1) -January-June

S. M. Michael
Religion and human integral development
Religion
Kalindi S. Mazumdar
Spirituality and social work
Spirituality
Victor Moses
Reservation -bliss or bane?
Marginalized sections
Merlyn Miranda
Social Work In India: Past and Present Trends
Social Work Education
Paulo Freire
A Critical Understanding of Social Work
Social Work Education
Niloufer Mehta
Strategic family therapy
Counselling
Felix D’Souza
Exploited, not defeated- the house workers
Unorganized Labor

The House workers (Conditions of Service) Bill, 1990
House workers
1991
Vol. VI, (No.2) -July-Dec
Kalindi Mazumdar
Some memorable experiences of being amidst construction workers
Unorganized Labor
Usha Kumari K.
Role of labour office vis-à-vis the construction industry
Unorganized Labor
MSW-I Students
Glimpses of the world of unorganized workers in Bombay
Unorganized Labor
Hazel D’Lima
A profile of pavement dwellers in Bombay
Marginalized sections
Vittal Lad
Adivasis lost in the concrete jungle of Bombay
Marginalized sections
Dina Sidhva
Job satisfaction and future goals of physically handicapped employees
Disabled
Manisha Dhopate
Xavier Jairaj
A Study Of Hand rickshaw Pullers In Calcutta City
Unorganized Labor
Sandhya Mehta, Swati Pongurlekar
Bina Sheth
A study of bartanwalis (used garment dealers) in Bombay
Unorganized Labor
Merlyn M. Miranda
Psychiatric Social work in India: Book by R. Verma
Social Work
1992
Vol. VII, (No.1) -January-June
Beena Choksi
Social work in the field of ecology
Environment and Social Work Intervention
Elvis Thomas
Ecological degradation and social work intervention
Environment and Social Work Intervention
Nilima Chandiramani
Environmental pollution and the law
Environment
Suresh Suratwalla
The north south controversy: who is actually responsible for environmental pollution?
Environment
Saba Khan
Health hazards faced by women working in the industrial sector
Women Health
Selvin Mary
New comers group in Asha sadan
Institution
Hazira Kumar
The system of grants-in-aid: an empirical analysis
Institution
Sumitra Joshi
Meera Mokashi
Abstacted by S. Kumar
A study of the people affected due to the Narmada main canal
Environment
J. Radha
Study of the impact of mental health education on family members of the patients
Mental Health
Nandita Pai
Shelter for the Rural poor: Book by Joseph P. John and N. Sridharan
Book review
K.N. Wadia
Women and the Environment: Book by Annabel Rodda
Book review
K.N. Wadia
Ours by Choice: Book By Nilima Mehta
Book review
K.N. Wadia
State of India’s Environment –A Citizen’s Report
Floods, Flood Plains and Environmental Myths : Book by Centre for Science and Environment
Book review

1992

Vol. VII, (No.2) -July-Dec
Dr. Hazel D’Lima
The future of the girl child in Maharashtra
Women
Kalindi Mazumdar
Women and violence
Women
Neeta Raymond
The use of social advocacy against dowry
Women
M. S. Pawar
Domestic violence and law enforcement problems
Women
Ashish Chadha
Destruction of environment and traditional fisher folk due to development
Environment
Vidyullata Pandit
Literacy and The Tribals
Marginalized sections
Vijayshree Iyengar Bhiwandkar
The struggle for justice: mass community participation in the case of dowry death
Women
College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan
Innovative experiments at harnessing voluntary effort
Social Work Education
Farida Tata
A study of women working in the fishing industry of Sassoon dock, Bombay
Women
Mary Alphonse
Ideological trends and empowerment of women ( a study of women action groups in Tamilnadu)
Women
Sharath Kumar
A Study Of The Non-Formal Education Program Conducted By NGOs And The BMC In Bombay
Education
Nandita Pai
Exceptional Children Their Psychology and Education :Book by Kar Chintamani
Children

1993

Vol. VIII, (No. 1) -January-June
Farida Lambay
Educational problems of children of marginalized sections
Marginalized sections
P. Viswanathan
Values in social work
Social Work Education
Merlyn D’ Souza
Education beyond schooling
Education
Regina D’ Silva
Afflicted public health system
Health
Pradnya Ratabole
Audio visual catalysis
Institution
The Abhivyakti Group
Experiments with expression
Education
Education with a soul
Education
Varsha R. Pandya
Developmental challenges facing urban politics: a case of ‘naka-workers’ in Bombay
Marginalized sections
Anna Mathew
A study of women workers in the construction industry
Women
Mary Philip
Review of services in child guidance in the city of Bombay
Children
Mercy Mascarenhas
Not for money alone: review
Book Review

1993

Vol. VIII, (No. 2) -July-December
Roda B. Billimoria
Community based rehabilitation- an integrated approach
Aged
Jyotsna Mody
Parental attitude towards the integration of the handicapped child and the role of non-governmental agencies
Aged
Agnes Meera, ICM
Maternal reflective method- an oral teaching method
Women
Hutoshi Bana
Into the realm of learning disability
Aged
Kalindi Mazumdar
Ethical issues concerning the aids patient and family in the Indian context
Health
Pradyna Ratabole
The role of the world health organization in combating aids
Health
Harsh Mander
Life must go on
Crisis Intervention
Vivek Pandit
Infant mortality? No, infanticide
Marginalized sections
Neeta Goel
Child abuse
Children
Dr. Nilima Chandiramani
A critique on dowry legislation
Women
Hazel D’ Lima
Vaijayanta Anand
Highlights of the follow-up study of BSW graduates from the College of social work, Nirmala Niketan
Social Work Education
Sharath Kumar
Child’s perception of the Vatsalya project
Research Project on Children
Thomas B.A.J.
‘Those who Dare’ –Review of a Documentary Film on Workers in the Unorganized Sector
Unorganized Labor
1994

Vol. IX, (No. 1) -January-June

Thomas B.A.J.
Planning and public health in India- a critical analysis
Health Issues
Tripti Sharma
Archana Torke
Patient’s rights in India
Health Issues
Dr. Wishwas Rane
Promotion of traditional medicine
Health Issues
Jogita Makkad
Role of the medical social worker in disaster management
Health Issues
Gabriel Britto
E. I. Simon
Hysterectomy and mentally retarded women- issues and debate
Spotlight
Nandita Gandhi
Nandita Shah
The women’s movement in India
Feature
Nancy Gaikwad
The Katkaris- an economic profile
Marginalized sections
Dayal Mirchandani
Patricia Newnes
Niloufer Mehta
Dipti Bheda
The efficacy of brief strategic family therapy (BSFT) on substance abuse
Research Abstracts
Mary Alphonse
Ronnie D’ Souza
Socio-economic profile of tribals in Sanjay Gandhi national park and Aarey milk colony
Marginalized sections
Sudha Kini
Ours by choice-(a book and now a video film, by Nilima Mehta and Najma Goriawala)
Book and Video film review
1994

Vol. IX, (No. 2)-July-December

Dr. Murli Desai
Tejaswani Adhikari
Guidelines for pre-marital counseling
Family studies
Chhaya Datar
Origin of patriarchy
Family studies
Nilima Mehta
Services for children and families at risk: a non-institutional approach
Family studies
Kalindi S. Mazumdar
The Maharashtra state women’s policy
Feature
Suresh Gupta
Eye donation in India
Feature
J. B. Adsule
Shelter- dream or reality?
Feature
Madhuri Pai
Aspects of disruptive behavior in the classroom
Case study
Rajesh Parikh
Fr. Terence Quadros
Marissa D’ Mello
Psychological sequel of the Latur earthquake: a study of 2152 individuals
Research Abstract
Vijayantha Jagtap
Educational status of children in a slum in Bombay
Research Abstract
Pradnya Ratabole
Intolerance-Tasleema Nasreen
Research Abstract
1995
Vol. X, (No. 1)-January-April
Gracy Fernandes
International child sponsorship
Focus on the Child
Mukta Srivastava
Street children
Focus on the Child
Aaron Sachs &
Jean D’ Cunha
A prostitute at nine
Focus on the Child
Vijayshree Iyengar
Child sexual abuse
Focus on the Child
Nandita Shah
Nandita Gandhi
Reservation of electoral seats for women
Features
Hazira Kumar
Community work for beginners
Features
Jacob Thudipara
Sustainability of social services
Features
Viji Venkatesh
Nitin Salian
Ian D’ Souza
Early detection and prevention of cancer
Spot light
Thomas Baby
Infected values
Spot light
Anuradha Bakshi
Family and interventions by dr. Murli Desai -book review
Book review
Kalindi Mazumdar
A journey with a special traveler by Prema Raghavan
Book Review
1995

Vol. X, (No. 2) May-August

Rohini N. Krishnamurthy
Tolerance- an exploration
Tolerance an overview
S. K. Khinduka
Ethnic conflicts: can anything be done?
Tolerance an overview
Dr. Kushal Deb
Multiculturalism and tolerance: the Indian predicament
Tolerance an overview
Allwyn D’ Silva
Beacons of hope
Features
Teesta Setalvad
The devil within….how do we tackle communal prejudice?
Features
Helen Joseph
Towards communal amity: experiences of the college of social work
Reflections From the Field
Kalindi Muzumdar
Bhiwandi model- to ensure peace and communal harmony
Reflections From the Field
1995
Vol. X, (No. 3) -Setember-December
Elvis Thomas
Sustainable development
Sustainable development
Dilip D’ Souza
What does sustainability mean?
Features
Winin Pereira
The Kings Of The Jungle- The Sustainable Lifestyle of the Warlis
Features
Archana Mehendale
Developmental strategies and the rights of the child
Special interest
Jacob Thudipara
Sold on a cause
Spot light
Ankit Mehta
Shachi Trivedi
Social dimensions of economic growth- a comparative study of Gujarat & Kerala
Research Abstract
Malini Karkal
Manisha Gupte
Mira Sadgopal
Women, health and development
Research Abstract
1996

Vol. XI, (No.1) -Jan-April

A United Nations Publication
Youth: a global perspective
Youth and overview
Lata Narayan
Values amidst change
Features
P.V.George
Lifestyles & the youth-reflections on health
Features
Jalindar Adsule
Indian youth & crime
Features
Gurmeet Hans
Student volunteers for social service
Action for change
Gracy Fernandes
Commercial sex workers in India-action taken by the college of social work
Action for change
Kalindi Muzumdar
Aids in India-a synopsis of interventions
Action for change
Ankit Mehta
Human resource development & sustainable growth
Spot light
Godfrey D’Lima
Quest for rural, tribal education
Spot light
1996

Vol. XI, (No.2) -May-August

Nirmala Pandit
Advocacy: a tool for social change
Social issues
John Samuel
Towards advocacy: an Indian perspective
Social issues
Chandra Iyengar
Social action through advocacy: a special focus on women
Women
Arun Bal
Advocacy in health care
Health
Amar Jesani
Social action & advocacy: for health care reforms
Health
Rosemary Barber Madden
Sueli Gandolfi Dallari
Public health advocacy
Health
Randa Slim
Need for citizen’s activism: greater now than ever
Social issues
Anjali Kanitkar
Advocacy for the rights of domestic workers
Marginalized groups

Campaign for women’s political participation
Women
Neelam Gorhe
Towards a new beginning
Feature
1996

Vol. XI, (No.3) -September-December

Lata Narayan
Values & ethics in social work
Social Work
Gracy Fernandes
Changing social work values & ideologies: an indian perspective of social work profession
Social Work
Shanmugavelayutham
Role of the professional social workers in the implementation of social legislation
Social Work
Archana Soman Mehandale
Self-advocacy among children: parameters for action
Children
Harsha Yagnik
Role of genetic counselling in the thalassemia control program
Public health
B.I.Thomas Kutty
Socio-economic status & family coping in chronic mental illness
Mental Health
Prashant Talwar
Self-esteem & aggression in an institution: a study
Institution
James Joseph Keezhangatte
Politics of suicide & the response of social work
Social Work
1997

Vol. XII, (No.1) -January-April

S.Kumar
P.A.Baby
Crisis of governance in India and the social work dilemma
Social Work
Mukut Sah
Democracy and social work
Social Work
J.B. D’Souza
Democracy and social work
Social Work
B. Devi Prasad
K.V. Rao
Ch. Avataramu
The salient features of the Panchayat raj acts of sixteen states: a content analytic study
Governance
Chrissie D’ Costa
Women’s political participation and empowerment
Women
Sara Rasquinha
Gram Sabha- foundation of Panchayat raj
Governance
Minar Pimple
Madhuri Kamat
Civil society: a peripheral vision
Governance
S.R. Dhawan
The city summit- habitat
Urban development
Wandia Seaforth
Gender in the agenda
Gender studies
Darryl D’ Monte
Cities at the crossroads
Urban development
1997

Vol. XII, (No.2) -May-August

Michaela Caesar
The psychological aspects of child sexual abuse
Children
Published from ECPAT Newsletter No. 17, August 1996
The paedo file
Education
Gracy Fernandes
Child abuse: implications for social work education
Children
Vidya Apte
K.M. Lata
Child sexual abuse – a hard look at the arena
Children
Vimla Nadkarni
Urban environment, mental health and the child
Health
D. Sivakumar
Community participation in psychiatric rehabilitation: challenges and opportunities
Mental health
Mary Alphonse
Social Work Education In Strengthening NGOs
Social Work
Gracy Fernandes
Niloufer Mehta
A study to evaluate the effectiveness of community health workers in health posts in greater Bombay under IPP-v
Health
Kalindi Muzumdar
Social Work Education in India-Retrospect and Prospect: Book by Jacob, K.K.
Book Review
1997

Vol. XII, (No.3)-September -December

Mary Alphonse
K. Xavier
South co-operation: relevance for social work
Social Work
Jill Carr-Harris
S. M. Abbas
Niloy Banerjee
Moving towards people- based south co-operation
Development
Lionel Fernandes
Impediments to south-south co-operation
Development
Shefali Misra
The north-north divide and the new world disorder
Development
Maithreyi Krishnaraj
Globalization and women in India
Globalization
Justice Hosbet Suresh
Globalization and its impact on the poor: a legal perspective
Globalization
Mukta Srivastava
Towards people centered economics: efficiency vs. Sufficiency
Economics

The Nagerkote Declaration- South Co-Operation Among NGOs
Development
1998

Vol. XIII, (No.1) -January-April

Rajashree P. Mahtani
A Framework For Analyzing ngos: An Application Of The Management Perspective
Social Work
Debotosh Sinha
Social Work In Business And Industry: Challenges For The 21st Century
Social Work
Farida Lambay
Sanghraj Rupavate
C. V. Madhukar
Views Of The NGOs On The 83rd Constitutional Amendment Bill To Make Education a Fundamental Right
Education
Jacob Thudipara
Community based rehabilitation: a new approach
Community studies
P. V. George
Family, aids and mental health
Health
Gracious Thomas
Need for a program of study on aids & family education
Health
Neela Dabir
Madhusmita Bora
Women’s co-operatives in Mumbai
Research Abstract
Geeta Balakrishnan
Fundamentals of perinatal social work: a guide for clinical practice with women, infants and families : book by Regina Lind and Debra Honig Bachman
Book Review
1998

Vol. XIII, (No.2) -May-August

Marita Ishwaran
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
Human Rights
Vijayanta Anand
Construction workers and the issue of human rights
Human Rights
Sameer Shah
Scavengers and the role of non-governmental organizations

B. Vidyadhar
Organizing the agricultural labour: perceived challenges and possible responses
Labor issues
Mukta Srivastava
Policy, research and ethics
Ethical Research
Partha N. Mukherji
Discovering India
Development
Karen Crinall
Kay Gravell
Art methods in social work and welfare pedagogy: some postmodern considerations
Social Work
Gracy Fernandes
The professional social worker- a yogi the need for spirituality in social work practice
Social Work
Vilma Fernandes
The influence of liberalization and globalization on our culture and value system
Globalization
Geeta Balakrishnan
Mercy Mascarenhas
Lesser humans
Video Review
1998
Vol. XIII, (No.3) -September-December
Don Hinrichsen
The ocean planet
Environment
Vivek Kulkarni
Mangroves
Environment
Elvis Thomas
Oceans: the pollution factor
Environment
Michelle Chawla
Ritu Dewan
Of development amidst fragility – a societal and environmental perspective of vadhvan port
Development
Thomas Kocherry
Indian fisheries over 50 years
Development
John Kurien
Industrial fisheries and aquaculture
Development
John D’ Mello
Blown under by the blue revolution: women workers in shrimp processing industries in India
Women
Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, Rome, 1995
Code of conduct for responsible fisheries: article 6 – general principles
Development
1999

Vol. XIV, (No.1) -January-April

S. L. Shetty
Egalitarianism, decentralization and self-reliance: the three essential pillars of sustainable development
Development
Adarsh Sharma
Children at risk
Children
Geeta Balakrishnan
Integration of feminist perspectives in social work training and practice
Social Work
Naomi Sheffer
The “social workers for peace” workshop on conflict resolution
Social Work
Pamela Singla
Handicapped by society
Social Work
Vimla Nadkarni
Ecology and voluntary action
Environment
1999
Vol. XIV, (No.2) -May-August
Mary Alphonse
Evolution of field action projects
Social Work
Anna Mathew
Women construction workers and their changing position in the family
Women
Anjali Kanitkar
Turbulent Waters: Book Review of The Greater Common Good by Arundhati Roy
Book Review
Saba B. Khan
Counseling for “cornea retrieval”
Counselling
Satyanarayan Rajhans
Development and issues of the environment: role of government, educational institutions and mass media
Development
Neela Dabir
Jaya Bhatt
Vermi processing projects in residential areas of Mumbai
Environment
Neela Dabir
Deepti Khare
Perception and practices of the couples adopting sterilization as a family planning method
Adoption
1999

Vol. XIV, (No.3) -September-December

Sheilu Sreenivasan
Ageing is now an option: what’s your choice?
Aged
Kastury Sen Ray
Neela Dabir
Golden age and nutrition
Aged
Brian Findsen
Working alongside older adults: challenges for adult educators
Aged
Olinda Pereira
Vishwas: reaching out to the elderly in Mangalore
Aged
Mary Alphonse
K. Xavier
Care of the elderly
Aged
G. Subbulakshmi
Archana V. Hegde
Guarding our guardians: the “missing links”
Aged
Anna Joy
Manoyuva: residential training program for senior citizens
Aged
2000

Vol. XV, (No. 1)- January -April

John Joseph Puthenkalam, S. J.
Cultural premises towards a puthen (new) socio-economic development path
Development
Jacob Z. Thudipara
Community development through human resource development
Development
Lewis Dzimbiri
Building managerial capacities for participatory rural development in malawi
Development
Jalinder Adsule
Eviction of pavement and slum dwellers: a violation of human rights
Human Rights
D. Sharada
Knowledge and attitudes of street children on family education
Children
Geeta Balakrishnan
Voluntary action in health and population –the dynamics of social transition (1999) :book by Sunil Misra
Book Review
2000

Vol. XV, (No. 2) -May –August

Arun Kumar
Reflection on the implications of postmodernism for professional social work
Social Work
Reeta Sonawat
Tapaswini Porichha
Scale to measure the quality of early childhood care and education programs (ecce) in the city of Mumbai
Children
Mercy Mascarenhas
Mahila rajsatta andolan
Women and Governance
Hilda Paqui
Women and conflict resolution
Women
Hannah Anandaraj
Gender differentials in adolescent adjustment: a study in the slums of Hyderabad
Gender and Adolescent issues
Ferzana Chaze
A study of reasons for jacob turnover amongst professional social workers within the social work profession
Social Work
Vajayanta Anand
Punishment and the prison: Indian and international perspectives : book by rani Dhavan Shankardas
Book review
2000

Vol. XV, (No. 3) -September –December

Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere
Managing our own democratic development and change in the south
Development
S. P. Sathe
Human rights education: national perspective
Human Rights
Ram Punyani
Minorities and human rights
Human Rights
Maharukh Adenwalla
Housing and human rights
Human Rights
Jalinder Adsule
Displacement of tribals –a violation of human rights
Marginalized Sections
P. G. Jogdand
Indian social reality: an inquiry into the human rights violations of dalits
Marginalized Sections

Bill of rights (for people who live in Ontario on long term care facilities)
Health
2001

Vol. XVI, (No. 1) -January –April

Mary Alphonse
Letter from the principal

John Menachery
Privatization of higher education: implications for social work education and practice
Social Work
Tomy Philip
Psychological well –being of husband, wife and children in dual earner families
Children
Niloufer Bhagwat
Capitalist globalization intrinsically racist and a historical continuity
Globalization
Nilima Mehta
Child right to a family: promoting the non –institutional approach for child protection
Children
A. Kusuma
G. Lokanadha Reddy
Cognitive styles in tribal children
Children
P. Khan

The Unorganized Sector. Work Security and Social Protection: Book By Renana Jhabvala and R K A Subramanya

Book review
2001

Vol. XVI, (No. 2) -May –August

Nilima Mehta
Child adoption in India –retrospect and prospect
Children
Geeta Balakrishnan
Ankur –a research and action project for children in municipal special schools
Children
Maya Thomas
M. J. Thomas
A discussion of some critical aspects in planning of community based rehabilitation
Community studies
A. C. (Tina) Besley
‘If I Tell I’ll Lose My Family’ A Teenager’s Dilemma In Disclosing Sexual Abuse
Gender and Adolescent issues
Anita H. Panot
Views of undergraduate students on premarital sexual relationships
Gender and Adolescent issues
Jalinder Adsule
Communal angle in Indian politics :book by Harish Sharma
Book Review
2001
Vol. XVI, (No. 3) -September –December
K. Sekhar
Social work education and university extension services
Social Work
Armaity S. Desai
Challenges for the voluntary sector in India at the beginning of the twenty –first century
Social Work
G. C. Khan
Debotosh Sinha
Developing Employee Assistance Program In Industry: Challenging Priority In The 21st Century
Development
Neela Dabir
Counseling and rehabilitation of refugee families in Sweden
Social Work
Rudolph C. Heredia
Hindu Nationalism And Sub-alternatives
Marginalized sections
Mary Alphonse
New reproductive technologies, women’s health and autonomy: freedom or dependency? Indo-Dutch studies on development alternatives -25 :book by Jyotsna Agnihotri Gupta
Book Review
2002

Vol. XVII, (No. 1) -January –April

Ghanshyam Yelne
Women’s participation in self –help groups
Women
Monica Sakhrani
Law related to dying declarations of women facing domestic violence
Women
Vibhuti Patel
Women and health: an Indian scenario
Women & Health
Tomy Philip
Impact of employment of mother on mental health of adolescent children
Mental Health
Manoj K. Jha
Unheard voices: stories of forgotten lives :book by Harsh Mander
Book review
2002

Vol. XVII, (No. 2) -May –August

John Menachery
Social work and sustainable development
Social Work

Guiding principles on internal displacement
Social Work
Jalindar Adsule
Chandrakant Jadav
Poverty alleviation programs in rural India
Rural development
Lata Narayan
Sumitra Ashtikar
Crossing over from elementary to secondary education
Education
Mamta Kapil
Reeta Sonawat
Parenting dimensions and lifestyles: indication to preschool children
Children
Geeta Balakrishnan
Education and children with special needs from segregation to inclusion : book by Seamus Hegarty and Mithu Alur
Book review
2002
Vol. XVII, (No. 3) -September –December
Donna McAuliffe
Mathew Armstrong
Using the ‘Moral continuum’: an activity for teaching ethics in social work
Social Work
Lynne M. Healy
Internationalizing social work curriculum in the twenty-first century
Social Work
Arun Kumar
Volunteerism and professional social work
Social Work
Abraham P. Anthony
Community based disaster preparedness (CBDP) a social work experiment in Orissa
Social Work
Anjali Kanitkar
Methods for community participation: a complete guide for practitioners : book by Somesh Kumar
Book Review
Samta Pandya
Report on the national pre-conference meet -India
Report
2003

Vol. XVIII, (No. 1) -January –April

Josantony Joseph
Values, ethics, morals
Social research
Lata Narayan
Of one’s volition: what influences choices?
Social research
K. Shanmugavelayutham
Role of professional social worker in slum eviction: a case study in Chennai
Social Work
Anita Panot
Globalization and its impact on the health care system
Health
Pauline D’ Cunha
Relevance of studying organization climate in hospital setting
Health
B.S Gunjal
An evaluation of health and nutrition education in ICDS and non –ICDS areas in the state of Karnataka
Health
Samta Pandya
The Elimination Of Child Labour whose Responsibility? :Book By Pramila H. Bhargava
Book Review
2003

Vol. XVIII, (No. 2) -May -August

Mary Alphonse
Citizenship and the social work profession: focus on the marginalized
Social Work
Jalinder Adsule
Interface of colleges of social work and civil society organizations
Social Work
Bhim Raskar
Women sarpanches: challenges ahead
Women
Anjali Kanitkar
Dalit women in panchayats a double dose of discrimination?
Marginalized Sections
Ghanshyam Yelne
Dalits leadership and governance in panchayat an exploratory study of Nanded
Marginalized Sections
Samata Pandya
Report of the seminar on dalit leadership and governance in gram panchayats in Maharashtra
Marginalized Sections
Samata Pandya
Growing up untouchable in India: a dalit autobiography :book by Vasant Moon
Book Review
2003

Vol. XVIII, (No. 3) -September -December

Naina Athalye
Feminist therapy for counselling
Counselling
Ferzana Chaze
Lesbianism in India
Gender issues
R. G. Phadtare
Rehabilitation of war –widows problems and remedies
Women issues
V. Sethuramaligam
Participatory resettlement model adopted in the national shelter demonstration resettlement project: a case study
Social Work
John Menachery
Unidentified mental patients in correctional & custodial institutions: the ‘sevac’ model of intervention
Mental health
Rock Banz
Water is life
Environment
J. S. Gunavathy
Evolving a code of ethics for the social work profession in India
Social Work
Meilin Augustine
Learning disabilities in India: willing the mind to learn :book by Pratibha Karanth and Joe Rozario
Book Review
2004

Vol. XIX, (No. 1) -January –April

Mary Alphonse
Resolution of ethnic and communal conflicts: approaches and techniques for social work practice
Social Work
Raja Ghosh
Work in health care: scope and experiences with special emphasis to Rabindranath Tagore’s creativity
Health
Lidwin Dias
Women and disability: a triple disadvantage
Women
S. Selvam
Social security in Mauritius
Social issues

Community care and support for persons living with HIV/AIDS: challenges for the new millennium (an international social work conference december 2004)
Health
2004

Vol. XIX, (No. 2) -May –August

Jacob Thudipara
From vision to action: a journey within
Social Work
Anand Teltumbde
Violence against dalits in Marathwada: the caste cauldron of Maharashtra
Marginalized Sections
Saraswati Raju Iyer
Psycho –social problems of industrial workers: need for social work intervention
Social Work
Sophy Jacob
Television and the elderly: where is the true image
Aged
Shewli Kumar
Adolescence, gender and reproductive rights
Gender studies
Elvis Thomas
Family Care In HIV/AIDS: Exploring Lived Experience : Book By Premilla D’cruz
Book Review
2004

Vol. XIX, (No. 3) -September –December

Roxan Bagban
The 26th December Tsunami: The Perspectives Of A Psychologist
Environment
Meena Galliara
Cross sector partnership for sustaining development
Development
Anita Panot
Health for all: a myth or reality
Health
Jacinta D’Souza
Strategy for rural community development (review of literature)
Development
Asiya Nasreen
Care of elderly in a changing family scenario
Aged
Lidwin Dias
Children with development disabilities – a training guide for parents, teachers and caregivers :book by s. Venkatesan
Book Review
2005

Vol. XX, (No. 1) -January –April

Mary Alphonse
Community care and support for persons living with HIV/AIDS: challenges for the new millennium
Health
Mayank Mohan Mishra
Strategic intervention with HIV/AIDS
Health
Himani Sethi
The source –destination strategy for safer mobility
Migration Studies
Yesudas Naidu
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in India: intervention on HIV/AIDS
Health
Vaijayanta Anand
HIV/AIDS and intervention at the workplace
Health
Vaijayanta Anand
Migration and risk of HIV/AIDS (an empirical study) :book by Sudipta Mondal
Book Review
2005

Vol. XX, (No. 2) -May –August

Debotosh Sinha
Genetics and social work: an emerging area of practice
Social Work
Tushti Bhardwaj
Body language: key component in professional relationships
Self-development
Jalinder Adsule
Field work training for radical settings
Field Work
Maju Varghese
In the margins of existence …. Slum and slum dwellers in Mumbai
Marginalized Section
College of Social Work
Maharashtra floods : relief initiatives – a report
Environment
Anita Machado
Children with cerebral palsy (a manual for therapists, parents and community workers) : book by Archie Hinchcliffe
Book Review
2005

Vol. XX, (No. 3) -September –December

Jyoti Mhapsekar
Capacity building program for waste picker in Mumbai
Marginalized Section
Vaijayanta Anand
Capacity building as a strategy for empowerment in the context of women construction workers
Women
Thanksy Francis Thekkekara
Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal’s (MAVIM) experience in woman empowerment: training and capacity building for women
Women
Sarada D. & Uma V.
Evolution of leaders in DWCRA groups: does the members’ perception and practice comply?
Rural Development
Debotosh Sinha
Problem of elderly abuse: some reflections & implications for social work practice
Social Work
Anita Machado
Mental Health from a Gender Perspective :Book By Bhargavi V. Davar
Book Review
2006

Vol. XXI, (No. 1) –April

Aruma Roy
Peace for you and me....
Human Rights
T. Priyadarshini
Garima Tiwari
“2005 amendment of hindu succession act –recognition of women’s property rights?”
Women
Anand Jagtap
Environmental sanitation and the marginalized population in the context of development
Development
Kannamma Raman
Good consumer in the age of globalization
Globalization
Manoj Joseph
Farrukh Faheem
From disable to differently able: changing language of disability
Disabled
Mohan S. Singhe
S. A. Kazi
Perceived parental attitudes towards the blind children
Children
Vijayashree Iyengar
Social work practice and men who have sex with men: book by sherry joseph
Book Review
2006

Vol. XXI, (No. 2) -August

Shobha Lal Kapoor
Social work interventions in the area of substance use
Social Work
Tomy Philip
Nidhi Parashar
Family satisfaction and subjective well-being of adolescent children having parents with schizophrenia
Children
Debotosh Sinha
Infertility, adoption, and reproductive technologies: challenges before the social work profession
Social Work
Yamini Suvarna
The heal program: an action research initiative for integrated education
Action studies
Jalinder Adsule
Methodology of progressive social work education –book by Murli Desai
Book Review
Sunirose I. P.
Grassroot ngos By Women For Women, The Driving Force Of Development In India –Book By Femida Handy, Meenas Kassam, Suzanne Feeney & Bhagyshree Ranade
Book Review
2006

Vol. XXI, (No.3) -December

G. Fernandes
Values and ethics for professional social work
Social Work
Archana Dassi
Inclusion of disables at community level
Community studies
Ms. Anita Panot
‘Research and action’ in field action projects: an example of Ankur
Field Action Project
Mary Philip Sebastian
Pathways to decent work for low income young women: is self-employment the best option?
Women
Ravindra R Patil
Managing urban poverty : book by Sabir Ali
Book Review
2007

Vol. XXII, (No. 1) -April

Geeta Balakrishnan
Yamini Suvarna
Kalyani Talvelkar
Safeguarding childhood: a conceptual framework for child protection
Children
Sr. Lizy, Geetha M. and Aijo Jacob
Attitude of children towards self; a study of children in a children’s home
Children
Johny Joseph
Fair trade and reduction of absolute poverty: the experience of creative handicrafts
Development
Gill Hague, Geetanjali Gangoli, Mary Alphonse and Helen Joseph
Domestic violence, marriage and immigration: social work and support issues for women immigrating to the UK to marry
Women
Vandana Chakrabarti
An enquiry into ethical dilemmas in social work –book by Josantony Joseph and Gracy Fernandes
Book Review
2007

Vol. XXII, (No. 2) -August

Bhakti Sathe
Superstitions and women’s health
Women
Rashmi Jain
Family counselling in Indian context: attempting a redefinition
Counselling
Anita Panot
Role of nationalized banks in development of micro finance
Development
Josantony Joseph
Understanding the rights –based approach

Mary Alphonse and
Jalinder Adsule
International social work: strategies and programs –book by David Cox and Manohar Pawar
Social Work
Article based on study conducted by Research Unit in association with Plan India, New Delhi
Birth registration and birth certification
Research study
2007

Vol. XXII, (No. 3) -December

D. P. Singh
Female foeticide in Punjab: issues and intervention
Social issues
Sunirose I. P.
Study on the awareness of domestic violence among youth in Kerala
Youth
Yamini Suvarna
Geeta Balakrishnan
Kalyani Talvelkar
The search of identity: placing universal birth registration (UBR) within the framework of child rights in India
Child Rights
Anita Panot
Children with cerebral palsy: a manual for therapists, parents and community workers: book by Archie Hinchcliffe
Book review
2008

Vol. XXIII, (No. 1) -April

Lynnmarie Sardinha
Researching sensitive topics: ethical consideration in domestic violence research
Social issues
Meghna Vesvikar
Prabhavati Tirmare
Special Economic Zones (SEZs) In India: The Youth Perspective
Youth
Shobha Kapoor
D.P.Singh
Prafulla Sali
Profile of injecting drug users in the city of Mumbai
Social issues
Anupriyo Mallick
Spiritual dimensions in social work
Social Work
Ms. Meghna Vesvikar
Management Of Cerebral Palsy: A Trans disciplinary Approach: Book By Kate Tebbett
Book review
Issn 0974 5114
2008

Vol. XXIII, (No. 2) -August

Swapan Garain
Application of ICT for social engineering: experiments in governance in India
Governance
G. Bala Muthu Murugan
J.S. Gunavathy
Disaster Risk Management Among Youth In Public at Villages Of Thiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu
Disaster Management
Jalinder Adsule
Social work in slums: an experience in Mumbai
Social Work
Yamini Suvarna
Geeta Balakrishnan
Safeguarding childhood: protecting children from unintentional injuries
Children
Anupriyo Mallick
Group work theories and practice: book by h. Y. Siddiqui
Book Review
2008
Vol. XXIII, (No. 3) -December
Debotosh Sinh
Globalization and social work as profession: a synergy and implication
Social Work
Raja Samuel
Udaya Mahadevan
A community practice model of ngo advocacy networks
Community studies
Harshankar Adhikari
Girl children in sex workers’ communities: their representation in sex trade
Children
Asok Sarkar
Maternal morbidity in tea gardens of Assam
Maternal health
Josantony Joseph
Inclusive citizenship –meaning and expressions: book by Naila Kabeer
Book Review
Elvis Thomas
The water business: book by ann. Christin Sjolander Holland
Book Review
2009
Vol. XXIV, (No. 1) -April
Prerna Sharma
Interdisciplinary And Trans-disciplinary Approach In Development Of Children With Cerebral Palsy
Children
Kamal Lala
Impact of arts-based therapy (ABT) on gross motor coordination, speech, imitation and imagination skills of the mentally challenged in a Mumbai school
Health
Jacob Thudipara
The national urban sanitation policy 2008- a belated step in the right direction
Urban Development
Anita Panot
An insight into dementia care in India: book by Leena Mary Emmatty
Book review
2009
Vol. XXIV, (No. 2) –August
Brij Mohan
Social intervention revisited: toward a science of change
Social studies
Indrajit Goswami
The inclusion of social work values and ethics in social work courses: a review of post graduate course curricula and pedagogy in India
Social Work
Archana Kaushik
Social work approaches to reduce vulnerability among elderly women
Social Work
Geeta Balakeishnan Yamini Suvarna
Kalyani Talvelkar
Asmita Naik
Mapping nowhere children: registering the births of children in vulnerable circumstances in Mumbai
Children
Mary Alphonse
Reclaiming social work: challenging neo-liberalism and promoting social justice –book by Iain Ferguson
Book Review
2009
Vol. XXIV, (No. 3) -December
Rudolf C Heredia
Globalization and identity: multiple process, complex issues
Globalization
Suresh Hosbet
Human rights and the most marginalized groups
Human Rights
Jalinder Adsule
Problem of housing and livelihood: a violation of human rights
Human Rights
Anjali Kanitkar
Land issues and human rights: implications for social work
Social Work
Prerna Sharma
Inclusive education a right of children with disability
Children
Geeta Balakrishnan
Bioethics: an introduction to the history, method and practice: book by Nancy S Jecker, Albert R Jonsen, Robert A Pearlman.
Book review
2010
Vol. XXV, (No. 1& 2) -April –August
Mohannad Shahid
National rural employment guarantee act –a micro analysis
Rural Development
Anupam Hazara
Food security and malnutrition: exploring the dynamics
Health
Ekta Chedda
Informal sector: understanding the gender dimension
Gender studies
Teresa Dorjee
Shahin Sultana
Scope of social work in a school setting
Social Work
Indrajit Goswami
Development of code of ethics in professions: with special reference to social work in USA
Development
Anthony Chettri
Citizenship and governance: citizen’s participation in mandatory village forum gram sansad (GS) and gram unnayan samiti (GUS)
Governance and Rural development
Anita Panot
Interrogating development: state, displacement and popular resistance in north east India: book by Monirul Hussain
Book Review
Anupriya Mallick
Social work practice concepts, processes, and interviewing: book by Marian Bogo
Book Review
2010
Vol. XXV, (No. 3) -December
Martin Poras
A study of dalit communities’ participation in rural governance in Bihar
Governance and Rural development
Sayani Pan
Mental illness stigma –theoretical understanding and strategies for social work practice
Health
Akileswari S.
Crimes against women: the dismal mode of marginalization
Women
Geeta Balakrishnan
Yamini Suvarna
Sunita Pais
Conditions of women affected by communal violence in Kandhamal district, Orissa: a study by the College of social work, Nirmala Niketan
Women
Josantony Joseph
Bridging east-west psychology and counseling –exploring the work of pittu laungani: book by Roy Moddley, Aanchal Rai And Waseem Alladin
Book Review
Meghna Vesvikar
Adoption –global perspective and ethical issues: book by Jagannath Pati
Book Review
2011
Vol. XXVI, (No. 1) -April
Subhashree Sanyal
Women in Indian prisons: the status behind the iron curtains
Women
Mary Alphonse
Queer movement in the context of globalization
Globalization
Anupam Hazra
The ‘sanitation’ crisis in India: a threat to the ‘MDG-commitments’
Sanitation and Hygiene
Pramod Jadhav
Initiatives for people with disabilities in raigad: a first person account
Disabled
Jitendra Gandhi,
Abhay Jadhav
Beyond the prescription pad –psycho –social rehabilitation (PSR) in psychiatry: an urgent need
Psycho –Social studies
Yamini Suvarna
One little finger: book by Malini Chib
Book Review
2011
Vol. XXVI, (No. 2) -August
Mohua Nigudkar
Social work practice with juveniles in conflict with law
Social Work
Priyanka Dubey
Nomadic tribes involved in entertainment in mumbai and thane district: a study report
Marginalized Sections
Anthony Chettri
Social work profession –dynamic relationship with the environment
Social Work
Geeta Balakrishnan
Field work supervision: a review of literature with specific reference to the supervisor –student relationship
Social Work
Anita Panot
Putting women first: women and health care rural community: book by rani bang with Sunanda Khorgade and Rupa Chinai
Book Review
2011
Vol. XXVI, (No. 3) -December
Helen Joseph
Hidden victims of domestic violence
Social issues
Jalindar Adsule
Roshni Alphanso
Social work education through field action projects
Social Work
Digvijoy Phukan
An assessment of the psychosocial problems of primary caregivers of children with chronic kidney disease
Children
Subhashree Sanyal
The other side of development: female migration in India: trends and impacts
Development
Prabha Tirmare
Knowledgebase of social work education and need for indigenous knowledge: Indian social work educators reflections
Social Work
2012
Vol. XXVII, (No. 1) -January –April
Aparajita Sharma
Discourse on school education from the perspective of hegemony
Education
Debotosh Sinha
Tagore and Sriniketan: underpinnings of professional social work practice
Social Work
Anupam Hazra
Empowering women in India: still a major concern
Women
Archana Kaushik
Shruti Nagvanshi
Weaving dreams but living nightmares: a case study of Banarasi saree weavers
Women
Jitendra S. Gandhi
Quality of marital life of the passive sufferers living with individual with alcohol addiction
Women
Anita Panot
The politics of sanitation in India: cities, services and the state: book by Susan e. Chaplin
Book Review
2012
Vol. XXVII, (No. 2) -August
Uma Jadhav
Anagha Sarpotdar
Application of qualitative research approach to public health
Health
Rambabu Botcha
Retrospect and prospect of professional social work education in India: a critical review
Social Work
Kalyani Talvelkar
Situating school recreation for children with hearing impairment within human development theories
Children
Babu Zachariah
The need of operations research in social work
Social work
Anita Panot
Privatizing water: governance failure and the world’s urban water crisis: book by Karen Bakker
Book Review
2012
Vol. XXVII, (No. 3) -December
Aneesh Kurian
Social work: the practice profession
Social Work
Shahid Raza
Aftab Alam
Israr Alam
Mohd Shahid
Repositioning critical social work in school setting
Social Work
Renu Shah
Restorative justice: innovations and experiments with special reference to children in India
Children
Nidhi Gupta
Knowledge about reproductive health matters among youth in India: situation and determinants
Health
Swapan Shaw
A study on help groups and microfinance for women empowerment
Women
Aneesh Kurian
Social work: the practice profession
Social Work
2013
Vol. XXVIII, (No. 1 & 2) -April -August
Jalinder Adsule
Neeloferr Lokhandwalla
Social action model: campaign for human rights in Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Human Rights
Anita Panot
Understanding the reproductive health of tribal women in India through a literature review
Health
Ronald Yesudas
Accountability of NGOs: A Qualitative Study
Social work
Saumya
Social work through distance education: commitment for justice, equity and inclusion of marginalized
Social Work
Kaushalendra Pratap Singh
Vulnerability among rural elderly in the changing social scenario
Aged
Remya Madanan
A. Shahin Sultana
Scope of grounded theory in strengthening social research
Social Research
Renu Shah
Harvesting despair: agrarian crisis in India : book by perspectives (group: new Delhi, India)
Book Review
Vibhuti Patel
Socio-economic development of tribal women: changes and challenges: book by Rekha Talmaki
Book Review
2013
Vol. XXVIII, (No. 3) -December
Rambabu Botcha
Professional social work education in India: major shortcomings
Social Work
Aneesh Kurian
Prospects of strengths based social work practice with adolescents
Social Work
Sujata Chavan
Changing trends in matrimonial litigations at family court, Mumbai
Family issues
Md. Shahid Raza
SHGs and decision making capacity of women issues in measurement and intervention for social workers
Women
Mangesh Jagdhane, Sarang P. Pedgaonkar
Objectification/commodification of women: what does it matter!
Women
Anjali Kanitkar
Social and community development practice: book by Manohar Pawar
Book Review
2014
Vol. XXIX, (No. 1) -April
Kalyani Talvelkar
School recreation and social development of children with hearing impairment
Development
Jilly John
Mainstreaming child mental health: overcoming the stigma of mental health problems
Health
Gaurav Chauhan, Unnati Machchhar and Vaidehi Purohit
Effective implementation of the NACO mandate
Health
Melba Cardoz
Palliative care “adding life to the last days”: the role of social work
Social Work
Swapan Shaw
A study on child centred disaster risk reduction at Sunderban in West Bengal
Child
Shilpa Phadke
Why loiter? Women and risk on Mumbai streets: book by Shilpa Phadke, Sameera Khan, Shilpa Ranade
Book Review
2014
Vol. XXIX, (No. 2) -August
Sangita Pant
Women’s participation in disaster management
Women
Ronald Yesudhas
Six parts model BSW curriculum: a discussion note
Academic
Madhura Nagchoudhuri
Sandhya Limaye
Vinita Ajgaonkar
Candice Menezes
Power, privilege and empowerment among women with disability
Women
Anna Tharyan
Mental health services: indigenous models of CATE in the community
Health
Aruna Khasgiwala
Rekha Mistry
From street to hope : book by Neela Dabir And Naina Athale
Book Review
2014
Vol. XXIX, (No. 3) -December
Rafat Ara
Social work intervention in slums through field action projects: a situational analysis of Tigri slums, Delhi
Social Work
Digvijay Kumar
Implication of professional social work on livelihood promotion and poverty reduction
Social Work
Saman Afroz
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) Under NRHM: A Viable Option?
Public Health
Elvis Thomas
Alternative genders and inclusive development
Gender studies
Geeta Balakrishnan
Social work skills and knowledge: a practice handbook: book by Trevithick Pamela
Book Review
2015
Vol. XXX, (No. 1) –April 2015
Samta Pandya
Governmentality, micropolitics of power, communicative action and communicative rationality –a framework for analyzing social policy for social work
Social Work
Prabhakar Jayaprakash
Unending cultural and economic colonization: the case of Alu kurumba adivasi women
Tribal Research
Geeta Balakrishnan
Ethics issues in research
Ethics in Research
Lidwin Dias
Gender Equality And Empowerment among Women With Disability
Women
Meghna Vesvikar
Voices Of Sanity: Reaching out for Peace: Book By Kamala Bhasin, Smita Kothari & Bindia Thapar
Book Review
2015
Vol. XXX, (No. 2&3) –August-December 2015

Leisha Towson

Venkat Pulla

Teaching Positionality in Social Work
Education

Binayak Sen

“The Long Road to Social Justice” – Dorothy Baker Chair (lecture) on Peace & Development
Social Justice

J. Prasant Palakkappillil

Eco-social Work Practice
Social Work

Ronald Yesudhas

Anita Chettiar

Founding Mothers and Pioneers of the College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan: An Institutional History
About Nirmala Niketan

Kalindi Muzumdar

Quest for Excellence
Field Work Training

Manasi Bawdekar and Research Team CSWNN

Twenty Three Years of Productive Research In College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan
Research

Moumita Laha

Social Work Education and Practice Engagement: Book By Sanjai Bhatt & Suresh Pathare
Book Review

Meghana Vesvikar

Interrogating Development: State, Displacement & Popular Resistance in North East India: Book By Monirul Hussain
Book Review

List of Publications in Perspectives in Social Work


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