Keswick Foundation Best Article Award
China Journal of Social Work
China Journal of Social Work (CJSW) is the first academic English journal jointly edited from Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland to focus on social work development taking place in China. The journal endeavours to provide a platform for scholars within and outside mainland China to share research, teaching and practice experiences and to facilitate critical dialogue between Chinese social workers and their international peers.
China Journal of Social Work is pleased to present the Keswick Foundation Best Article Award.
|Article Title||Author||Winning Year|
|Renqing (personal relationship) and resource allocation: behaviour analysis of low income qualification assessment by village secretaries||Duu-chiang Wang & Chui-man Pak||2015|
|Enthusiasm crushed by apathy: the survival condition of the NGOs under a social management system in Mainland China||Hongli Chen & Wai-fong Ting||2014|
|Asset opportunity for the poor: an asset-based policy agenda towards inclusive growth in China||Suo Deng, Michael Sherraden, Jin Huang & Minchao Jin||2013|
|A preliminary exploration on transformative social work model in China: a case study on social work with migrant construction workers||Weihe Guo||2012|