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|Title:||Spirituality in social work in South Africa : insights from a survey with academics||Authors:||Bhagwan, Raisuyah||Issue Date:||May-2013||Publisher:||Sage Publications||Source:||Bhagwan, R. 2013. Spirituality in social work in South Africa: Insights from a survey with academics. International Social Work, 56(3): 276-289.||Abstract:||Historically, spirituality has shared a tenuous position with social work. Scholarship underpinning its relevance to client well-being and anti-oppressive practice has proliferated, entrenching its niche in education. In South Africa, very little empirical work exists except for a survey with final year social work students. This article presents findings made with a national survey of academics: 66 educators from 16 universities participated indicating positive views on spirituality in education and practice in South Africa.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10321/905|
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