2018
  • Manomano, T. & Tanga, P. T. 2018. Housing needs: the quality and quantity of housing provided by the government for the poor in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 54 (1):19–36.
  • Manomano, T. 2018. Housing programmes and social amenities in the Amathole District of the Eastern Cape. Southern African journal of social work and social development, 30(2):1–23.
  • Gutura, P. & Manomano, T. 2018 Feminisation of poverty among girl children: towards social transformation. Ubuntu: journal of conflict and social transformation, 7(1):81–97.
  • Manomano, T. 2018. Reframing the providing of houses in the Amathole District. Oral presentation at the Social Work Education and Social Development conference in Dublin, Ireland, 5 July 2018.
  • Seitshegeco, E. & Van Wyk, C. 2018. Experiences of black single mothers raising adolescent boys. Journal of sociology and social anthropology, 9(2):62–68. DOI: 10.1080/09766634.2018.1432249
  • Van Wyk, C.J. 2018. In the shadow of equus: issues in the “equine therapy” industry. Poster presented at the Animal Assisted Therapy Conference in Durbanville, Cape Town on 27 September 2018.
  • Van Wyk, C.J. 2018. A Jungian perspective on synchronicity in equine-assisted psychotherapy. Paper presented at the Animal Assisted Therapy Conference in Durbanville, Cape Town on 27 September 2018.
  • Van Wyk, C.J. 2018. The Research Ethics Committee. Ethical research with child participants. Paper presented at the Jelly Beanz & Unisa Youth Research Unit Conference in Bloemfontein on 30 August 2018.

2017
  • Manomano, T. & Mundau, M. 2017. Preserving human dignity, Promises and Pitfalls: A South African Perspective. International Social Work, 60(6): 1358-1369.
  • Manomano, T. & Mujoko, R. 2017. Growing Old Gracefully: Challenges Faced By the older persons in Rural Communities. Paper presented at the Healthy Ageing International conference (DYUTI) hosted in Kerala, India 4-6 January 2017
  • Manomano, T. & Nyanhoto, R. 2017. Radical transformation and its likely impact on the racial population groups in South Africa. International Social Dialogue Magazine. 5 (17): 30-32
  • Manomano, T., Selebogo M.M., Mopeli, N.V. and Khumalo S 2017. Spinoffs Associated with Parental Involvement in the education of their children with Literature Drawn from South Africa. International Journal of Educational Sciences, 17 (1-3): 107-115
  • Manomano, T. & Selebogo, M.M. 2017. Children in Difficult Circumstances: A South African Perspective. Journal of Social Sciences, 51 (1-3): 87-95
  • Reyneke, RP. 2017. Apples and pears: engaging social work students in social dialogue. Research on Social Work Practice, 27(2):239–247. DOI: 10.1177/1049731516669823
  • Van Wyk, C.J. 2017. Serial drawing with adolescents abusing substances: a Jungian perspective. Paper presented at the Unisa Youth Research Unit Seminar in Bloemfontein on 19 September 2017.
  • Young Steinbrenner, S., Shawler, C., Ferreira, S.B. and Draucker, C. 2017. The Lived Experience of Help-seeking by South African Women after Sexual Assault. Health Care for Women International, DOI: 10.1080/07399332.2017.1290097

2016
  • Bengtsson, S. & Bülow, P.H. 2016. The myth of the total institution: written narratives of patients’ views of sanatorium care, 1908-1950. Social science and medicine, 153:54–61. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.02.005
  • Bülow, P.H., Nilsson, H. & Kazemi, A. 2016. Mindful sustainable aging: advancing a comprehensive approach to the challenges and opportunities of old age. Europe's journal of psychology, 11(3):494–508.
  • Burnette, C., Ferreira, R.J. & Buttell, F. 2016. Male parenting attitudes and batterer intervention: Assessing child maltreatment risk. Research on social work practice, 25:1–10.
  • Cannon, C., Hamel, J., Buttell, F., & Ferreira, R.J. 2016. A survey of domestic violence perpetrator programs in the U.S. and Canada: findings and implications for policy and intervention, Partner abuse, 7(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.1891/1946-6560.7.3.226
  • Ferreira, R.J. & Buttell, F. 2016. Can a "psychosocial model" help explain violence perpetrated by female batterers? Research on social work practice, 13(10):1–10.
  • Kang’ethe, S. & Manomano, T. 2016. Available and lost opportunities for effective parenting in South Africa. Journal of human ecology, 54(2):70–77.
  • Kang’ethe. S., Manomano, T. & Ndonga, M. 2016. Exploring factors contributing to crime and violence in South African high schools: the case of 2008 study on Nzululwazi high school in Alice Town, Eastern Cape, South Africa. International journal of educational sciences, 14(3):318–324.
  • Liebenberg, E., Hay, J.F. & Reyneke, R.P. 2016. Die ontwikkeling van 'n herstellendegeregtigheidsprogram as vernuwende benadering tot die hantering van uitdagende leerdergedrag in Suid-Afrikaanse skole. LitNet Akademies, 13(2):435–468.
  • Manomano, T. & Kang’ethe, S.M. 2016. Critiquing the state of infrastructure surrounding RDP houses. The case of Golf course 2011-2013 study, Eastern Cape. Journal of human ecology, 53(1):1–9.
  • Manomano, T. & Kang’ethe, S.M. 2016. Available and lost opportunities for effective parenting in South Africa. Journal of human ecology, 54(2):70–77.
  • Manomano, T. & Kang’ethe, S. 2016. The spinoffs associated with the welfare system in selected countries and the implications for social work practice. Journal of sociology and social anthropology, 48(1,2):33–40.
  • Manomano, T. & Kumalo, S.E.E. 2016. Discovering the child's disability: challenges with parenting and implications for social work practice in South Africa. Journal of sociology and social anthropology, 7(4):202–206.
  • Manomano, T., Tanga, P. T., & Tanyi, P. 2016. Housing problems and housing programmes in South Africa: a literature review appraisal. Journal of sociology social anthropology, 7(2):11–117.
  • Manomano, T., Tanyi, P.L. & Kang’ethe, S. 2016. Diverging contours in access to university education in South Africa. International journal of educational sciences, 14(3):251–255.
  • Moon, K.L. & Ferreira, R.J. 2016. An exploratory investigation: post disaster predictors of intimate partner violence. Clinical social work journal, 10.1007/s10615-015-0572-z 1-12.
  • Okoye, U., Ngwu, C. & Tanyi, P.L. 2016. Knowledge of nutritional and health needs of children among rural residents of Enugu north senatorial zone in Enugu State, Nigeria. International quarterly of community health education, 35(2):148–162.
  • Reyneke, R.P. 2016. The benefits of using adventure education to facilitate dialogue in social work diversity training. Social work practitioner researcher, 28(2):157–172.
  • Tangwe, M., Tanga. P. & Tanyi, P.L. 2016. Teachers' strikes and the right of learners to education in South Africa: a critical literature review. International journal of science education, 11(3):234–243.
  • Tanyi, P.L. & Keet, A. 2016. The effects of the loss of an adult child to HIV/AIDS on the interaction and participation of the elderly in social activities in the North West Region of Cameroon. Journal of human ecology, 53(3):213–221.
  • Tower, L., Faul, A.C., Hamilton-Mason, J., Collins, W. & Gibson, P. 2016. Work/life fit: the intersection of developmental life cycle and academic life cycle. Journal of women and social work, 29(4):1–14.
  • Van Wyk, C. 2016. ʼn Jungiaanse siening van sinchronisiteit in perdeondersteunde psigoterapie. Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe, 56(3):795–808.
  • Wilinska, M., & Bülow, P.H. 2016. We are on air now: the visibility of video-recording in the institutional setting. International journal of social research methodology, 4:1–14.

2015
  • Ajibo, H.T. & Tanyi, P.L. 2015. Perceived effectiveness of National Directorate of Employment (NDE) in curbing unemployment in Nigeria: a study of Nsukka LGA, Enugu State. Nigerian journal of social sciences, 11(1):80–95.
  • Faul, A.C., Yankeelov, P.A. & McCord, L.R. 2015. Inequitable access to health services for older adults with diabetes: potential solutions on a state level. Journal of aging and social policy, 27 (1):63–86.
  • Faul, A.C. & Hamilton-Mason, J. 2015. Guest editorial. An update to the role and status of women in social work education. Past and future considerations. Journal of social work education, 51(4):700–701.
  • Ferreira, R.J., Buttell, F. & Ferreira, S.B. 2015. Ethical considerations for conducting disaster research with vulnerable populations. Journal of social work values and ethics, 12(1):29–40.
  • Ferreira, S.B. & Ferreira, R.J. 2015. Teaching social work values by means of Socratic Questioning. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 51(4):500–514.
  • Ferreira, R.J., Moon, K.L. & Cannon, C. 2015. Predictors of male batterer parenting attitudes: Investigating differences between African-American and Caucasian Men. Research on social work practice, DOI: 10.1177/1049731515592382.
  • Hamel, J., Ferreira, R.J., & Buttell, F. 2015. Gender and batterer intervention: Implications of a case review for policy and treatment. Research on Social Work Practice, p. 1–8. DOI: 10.1177/1049731515577451.
  • Head, B.A., Schapmire, T., Hermann, C., Earnshaw, L., Faul, A.C., Jones, C., Kayser, K., Martin, A., Shaw, M.A., Woggon, F. & Pfeifer, M. 2015. Evaluation of an interdisciplinary curriculum teaching palliative care integration in oncology. Journal of cancer education.
  • Jacobs, M. & Van Wyk, C. 2015. Riglyne vir maatskaplike werkers wat peuters forensies assesseer. LitNet akademies, 12(3):113–142.
  • Moore, S.E., Golder, S., Faul, A.C., Barbee, A.P., Mathis, L.W., Sterrett, E.M. & Yankeelov, P.A. 2015. Social work online education: A model for getting started and staying connected. Journal of social work education, 51(3):505–518.
  • Nilsson, H., Bülow, P.H., & Kazemi, A. 2015. Mindful sustainable aging: advancing a comprehensive approach to the challenges and opportunities of old age. Europe's journal of psychology, 11(3):494–508.
  • Reyneke, R.P. 2015. Restoring our children: why a restorative approach is needed to discipline South African children. Perspectives in education, 33(1):57–72.
  • Söderqvist, Å., Bülow, P.H., & Sjöblom, Y. 2015. “In Sweden work is more important than the culture, actually!” The care leaving process for unaccompanied youths from the perspective of social workers. Transnational social review, 1–17.
  • Tower, L.E., Lazzari, M., Faul, A.C., Collins, K.S., & Alvarez, A.R. 2015. Challenges, changes and impact of the CSWE Women’s Council: an update. Journal of social work education, 51(4):702–722.
  • Van Wyk, C. & Joubert, M. 2015. ʼn Prosesevaluering van ʼn verkeersoortrederswerkopdrag. LitNet akademies, 12(3): 394–416.

2014
  • D’Ambrosio, J.G. & Faul, A.C. 2014. Love: through the lens of Pitirim Sorokin. Analytical teaching and philosophical practice, 34(2):36–46.
  • Esau, M. & Keet, A. 2014. Reflective social work education in support of socially just social work practice: The experience of social work students at a university of South Africa. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 50(4):455–467.
  • Head, B.A., Schapmire, T, Hermann, C., Earnshaw, L., Faul, A., Jones, C., Kayser, K., Martin, A., Shaw, M.A., Woggon, F., & Pfeifer, M. 2014. The interdisciplinary curriculum for oncology palliative care education (iCOPE): meeting the challenge of interprofessional education. Journal of palliative medicine, 17(10):1107–1114.
  • Josephson, I., & Bülow, P.H. 2014. Utilization of patient resources in physiotherapy interventions: analysis of the interaction concerning non-specific low back pain. Communication & medicine, 11(2):125–137.
  • Joubert, M.M. & Van Wyk, C.J. 2014. Social work forensic reports in South African criminal courts. Inevitability in the quest for justice. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 50(4):485–503.
  • Tower, L. Faul, A.C., Hamilton-Mason, J., Gibson, P., & Collins, W.L. 2014. Work-life fit: the intersection of developmental lifecycle and academic lifecycle. Affilia: Journal of women and social work, 30(4):519.
  • Van Wyk, C.J. 2014. Ouers se ervaring van deelname aan ʼn perd-ondersteunde ouerleidingsprogram. Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe, 54(2):324–339.

2013
  • Böning, A. & Ferreira, S.B. 2013. An analysis of, and different approach to, challenges in foster care practice in South Africa. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 49(4):519–543.
  • D’Ambrosio, J.G. & Faul, A.C. 2013. The development and validation of the Sorokin psychosocial love inventory (SPSLI) for divorced individuals. Research on social work practice, 23(4):447–457.
  • Doolittle, A. & Faul, A.C. 2013. Civic engagement scale: a validation study. SAGE Open 3: DOI: 10.1177/2158244013495542.
  • Gelman, C.R., Faul, A.C. & Yankeelov, P.A. 2013. Intervention research with minority older adults: challenges encountered, solutions enacted, and implications for future work. Journal of applied gerontology, 32(2):207–225.
  • Keet, A. & Terblanche, L.A. 2013. Return on investment in employee assistance programmes: a theoretical underpinning. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 49(2):183–194.

2012
  • Joubert, M., Pietersen, M. & Van Wyk, C.J. 2012. Die voorkoms, frekwensie en aard van seksuele misbruik deur jong vroulike seksoortreders in ʼn inwoonsorgsentrum. LitNet akademies, 9(3):676–698.
  • Miller, J.J., Rhema, S., Faul, A.C., D’Ambrosio, J., Yankeelov, P., Amer, R. & Clark, R. 2012. Strength in process: using concept mapping to inform community coalition development. Journal of community practice, 20(4):432–456.
  • Pooler, D., Faul, A.C., Barbee, A., Fuller, M.A. 2012. An exploration of MSW field education and impairment prevention: what do we need to know? Journal of human behavior in the social environment, 22(7):916–927.
  • Reyneke, R.P. 2012. The wounded healer: examining the trauma and psychological general well-being of social work students. The social work forum, 44(45):15-81.
  • Schapmire, T.J., Head, B. & Faul, A. 2012. Just give me hope: The lived experiences of medicaid patients with advanced cancer. Journal of social work in end-of-life & palliative care, 8(1):29–52.

2011
  • Louw, S. & Reyneke R.P. 2011. ‘n Maatskaplikewerkintervensieplan vir straatkinders. Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe, 51(2):214–237.
  • Reyneke, J.M. & Reyneke R.P. 2011. Process and best practices at the Mangaung One Stop Child Justice Center. South African journal of criminal justice, 24(2):137–163.
  • Reyneke, R.P. & Reyneke J.M. 2011. Implementation of preliminary inquiries at the Mangaung One Stop Child Justice Centre. Acta criminologica, 24(3):122–141.
  • Van Wyk, C.J. 2011. ʼn Jungiaanse perspektief op die reekstekeninge van ʼn seksueel mishandelde kind. LitNet akademies, 8(3): 411–433.

2010
  • Ferreira, S.B. 2010. Eco-spiritual social work as a precondition for social work. Ethics and social welfare, 4(1):3-23.
  • Reyneke, R.P. & Reyneke, J.M. 2010. Evaluating the application of restorative justice at the Mangaung One-Stop Child Justice Centre. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 46(3):358-380.
  • Van Wyk, C.J. 2010. Die reekstekeningmodel in die terapeutiese hantering van ‘n seksueel-gemolesteerde kind. Child abuse research: a South African journal, 11(2):1–8.

2009
  • Reyeneke, R.P. 2009. Using adventure to increase the emotional intelligence of the poor. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 45(1):47–61.

2006
  • Reyneke, R.P. 2006. A human development perspective in community work. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 42(1):26–36.

2004
  • Blom, B. & Ferreira, S.B. 2004. 'n Gestaltspelterapiehulpprogram in maatskaplike werk vir juniorprimêre skoolkinders se emosionele intelligensie. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 16(1):1–28.
  • Du Plessis, M.J.M. 2004. Die narratiewe werkswyse en gemeenskapsontwikkeling. Acta academica (supplementum), 1:88–112.
  • Ferreira, S.B. & Schoeman, H.P. 2004. Voorwoord/Preface: Kontemporêre bemagtigingsmodelle in maatskaplike werk. / Introduction: contemporary developmental approaches in social work. Acta academica (supplementum), 1:i–xi.
  • Ferreira, S.B. 2004. Van verklarings en probleme na beskrywings, innerlike sterkte en oplossings: ʼn oplossingsgefokusde terapeutiese model. Acta academica (supplementum), 1:57-87.
  • Reyneke, R.P. 2004. Die benutting van narratiewe beginsels tydens gemeenskapsontwikkeling. Social work/Maatskaplike werk, 40(2):125–138.
  • Reyneke, R.P. 2004. Deelnemende aksienavorsing as metode vir gemeenskapsbemagtiging. Acta academica (supplementum), 1:113–143.
  • Schoeman, H.P. 2004. Regverdiging vir ’n multigeneratiewe benadering tot geweld teenoor vroue in saamwoon- en huweliksverhoudings. Acta academica (supplementum), 1:1–31.

2002
  • Du Plessis, M.J.M. & Ferreira, S.B. 2002. Die narratiewe werkswyse en maatskaplike werk. Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe, 42(1):27–43.
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Ferreira, S.B. 2002. ’n Multigeneratiewe benadering tot geweld teenoor vroue in saamwoon- en huweliksverhoudings. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 14(2):13–43.
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Ferreira, S.B. 2002. Vroulike slagoffers se belewenisse van sosio-kulturele beïnvloedingsfaktore ten opsigte van geweld teenoor vroue in saamwoon- en huweliksverhoudings. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn / The social work practitioner-researcher, 14(3):30–57.
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Ferreira, S.B. 2002. Vroulike slagoffers van verhoudingsgeweld se belewenisse van dienslewerende strukture en professies. Maatskaplike werk/Social work, 38(1):45–61.

2001
  • Ferreira, S.B. & Du Plessis, M.J.M. 2001. 'n Vrystaatse plattelandse gemeenskap se betekenisgewing van hulle werklikheid: 'n kwalitatiewe studie. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 13(2): 85–103.
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Ferreira, S.B. 2001. Sosio-kulturele beïnvloedingsfaktore ten opsigte van geweld teenoor vroue. Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe, 41(4):283–299.

2000
  • Du Plessis, M.J.M. & Ferreira, S.B. 2000. Konstruktivisme en sosiaal-konstruktionisme as konseptuele raamwerke vir maatskaplike werk. Koers, 65(1):17–44.
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Ferreira, S.B. 2000. Regverdiging vir ’n ekologiese benadering tot geweld teenoor vroue in saamwoon- en huweliksverhoudings. Maatskaplike werk/Social work, 36(4):388–404.

1999
  • De Jager, H.J. & Du Plessis, M.J.M. 1999. Family of origin work and the narrative approach as a basis for a new ideology in social work education. Lategan, L.O.K. & Smit, K. eds. Ideologies in South African higher education: discourse & realities, Bloemfontein: Technicon Free State.
  • Ferreira, S.B. & Botha, D. 1999. ʼn Sosiaal-konstruktivistiese benadering tot maatskaplike werk: Die stories waarvolgens gesinne leef. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 11(1):78–93.
  • Le Roux, J. & Ferreira, S.B. 1999. Die aard van die rouproses by die ouers van seksueel gemolesteerde kinders. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 11(3):137–147.

1998
  • Schoeman, H.P. 1998. Kognitiewe onderhoudvoering met kinders. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 10(1):27–47.

1993
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Botha, D. 1993. Etiese dilemmas in maatskaplike werk met spesifieke verwysing na die benutting van rekenaartegnologie. Maatskaplike werk/Social work, 29(4): 307–319.
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Ferreira, S.B. 1993. Die invloed van homoseksualiteit op die gesinsisteem: 'n verkennende maatskaplikewerkstudie. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 6(2):24–31.

1991
  • Schoeman, H.P. & Botha, D. 1991. Regverdiging vir kwalitatiewe navorsing in maatskaplike werk. Die maatskaplikewerk navorser-praktisyn/The social work practitioner-researcher, 4(3/4):44–62.

1987
  • Du Plessis, M.J.M. & Scott, M.M. 1987. Die Carkhuff–hulpverleningsmodel wyse van maatskaplikewerk–hulpverlening aan individue. Maatskaplike werk/Social work, 23(1):32–36.

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