Volume 17 (2020), Issue 2

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DOI: 10.55521/10-017-200


A Dedication to Bruce Donald Buchanan
Donna DeAngelis, MSW; Kathleen Hoffman, MFA; and Steve Marson, Ph.D.

Editorial: Students Are Not Clients. Treating Students as Clients Is Unethical.
Stephen M. Marson, Ph.D., Editor, and Paul Dovyak, MSW, LISW-S

Letters to the Editor

Changes at JSWVE and Thank you
Stephen M. Marson, Editor, and Laura Gibson, Book Review Editor

Stephen M. Marson, Ph.D., Editor


Virtues in Social Work Research With Children and Families: The Ethical Accounts of Finnish Phd Theses
Anna Pekkarinen, M.Soc.Sc. (doctoral candidate)

The Roles of Values and Advocacy Approaches in Irish Social Work Practice: Findings From an Attitudinal Survey of Practicing Social Workers
Joe Whelan, Ph.D.

Challenging the Grand Challenges for Social Work
Lisa Colón, MA, Ph.D. candidate

Mental Health Professionals and the Use of Social Media: Navigating Ethical Challenges
Katherine Wardi-Zonna, Ph.D.; Jennifer L. Hardy, Ph.D.; Elizabeth M. Sanders, MSSA; Rachel M. Hardy, B.S.

Automated Clinical Interventions: Screening, Reporting, and Other Ethical Obligations
Allan Edward Barsky, JD, Ph.D.

Issues and Challenges With COVID-19: Interventions Through Social Work Practice and Perspectives
Sanjoy Roy, Ph.D., and Navdeep Kaur, postgraduate student

Book Reviews

Delgado, M. (2020). State-sanctioned violence: Advancing a social work and social justice agenda. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press.
Reviewed by Ottis Murray, Ed.D.

Saad, L. F. (2020). Me and white supremacy: Combat racism, change the world, and become a good ancestor. Sourcebooks
Reviewed by Elaine Spencer, MSW, RSW, RCSW

Tufford, L. (2020). Child abuse and neglect in Canada: A guide for mandatory reporting. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press
Reviewed by Bertha Ramona Saldana De Jesus, DSW, MSW

Zaleski, K., Enrile, A., Weiss, E.L., Wang, X. (Eds.). (2020). Women’s journey to empowerment in the 21st century: A transnational feminist analysis of women’s lives in modern times. Oxford University Press
Reviewed by MaryAnn Thrush, Ph.D., MSW