Introduction Nicole Moulding and Sarah Wendt 1. Conversations about Theory: Feminism and Social Work Sarah Wendt 2. Feminist Social Work Practice: Implications for the Twenty-First Century Melanie Shepard and Lake Dziengel 3. Ethics and Feminist Social Work Annie Pullen Sansfacon 4. Feminism and social policy Lesley Laing 5. Feminism and the Delivery of Human Services Sue King and Deirdre Tedmanson 6. Repositioning Social Work Research in Feminist Epistemology, Research and Praxis Lia Bryant 7. Feminism and community development: illustrating the rural Margaret Alston 8. 'Do something, change something': feminist leadership in social work Mel Gray and Leanne Schubert 9. Poverty Alleviation in a Globalised World: A Feminist Perspective Lena Dominelli 10. Talking up and Listening Well: Dismantling Whiteness and Building Reflexivity Deirdre Tedmanson and Christine Fejo-King 11. 'Something is Missing Here': Weaving Feminist Theories into Social Work Practice with Refugees Laurie Cook Heffron, Susanna Snyder, Karin Wachter, Maura Nsonwu and Noel Busch-Armendariz 12. Putting Gender in the Frame: Feminist Social Work and Mental Health Nicole Moulding 13. Child Wellbeing, Mothering and Protection Fiona Buchanan 14. Domestic Violence and Feminism Sarah Wendt 15. Rape and Sexual Assault: Using an Intersectional Feminist Lens Fiona Buchanan and Lynn Jamieson 16. Homelessness and Intersectional Feminist Practice Carole Zufferey 17. Sexuality, Social Work and the Feminist Imaginary Margaret Rowntree 18. Constructing gender: feminist gerontology and social work practice Jill Chonody and Barbra Teater 19. Feminism and disability Barbara Fawcett 20. Engaging men in feminist social work: theory, politics and practice Bob Pease Conclusion Nicole Moulding and Sarah Wendt
Sarah Wendt is a Professor of Social Work at Flinders University, South Australia. Nicole Moulding is a Senior Lecturer in social work at the University of South Australia.