|Social Work & Aboriginal Peoples:
Perspectives From Canada's Rural and Provincial Norths
Edited by Keith Brownlee, Raymond Neckoway, Roger Delaney, and Douglas Durst
Northern and Regional Studies Series #19
Northern and Rural Social Work Series #7
Social Work & Aboriginal Peoples: Perspectives from Canada's Rural and Provincial Norths is the seventh book to be published in the Lakehead University's Centre for Northern Studies' Northern and Rural Social Work Collection. As noted in the first book of the collection, Northern Social Work Practice, the effort to bring this collection to fruition is essentially a collaborative partnership among those with an understanding and interest in making northern and rural social work practice a viable and appropriate approach for effective social work and human service practice in Canada's rural, provincial, and far north. This book is dedicated to rural and northern social work practice with a specific focus on Aboriginal issues.
About the editors: