Migration and Social Work
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Migration is a central issue in today's world and has pose implications on factors such as political, economic, environment, social and more.
Featuring articles from China Journal of Social Work and Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, we dive deeper in the internal and international migration within the Asia-Pacific region from a sociology view.
China Journal of Social Work
The main focus of China Journal of Social Work (CJSW) is on the social work development taking place in China. The journal welcomes submissions from all areas of social work theory and practice, social work education, social development, and social policy in the Chinese context.
|Qualitative analysis of rural-to-urban migrant Chinese mothers’ perceived outcomes and experiences in a parent support and education programme with an existential–narrative approach||Siu-ming To,Hau-lin Tam &Ching-man Kwok|
|A systematic review of late-life spousal bereavement and widowhood, with an emphasis on immigrants in western countries, and older Chinese adults||Qianyun Wang,Christine Ann Walsh &Hongmei Tong|
Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development
APJSWD aims to develop and disseminate social work literature that provides linkages among social research, social work education, social work policy and practice, and social development at the national and international levels, in the Asia-Pacific region.
|Moderation effect of social capital on flourishing among left-behind and other children in rural China||Sijia Guo,Chau-Kiu Cheung,Xuan Ning &Yiu Tsang Andrew Low|
|What influences BSW students’ attitudes towards cross-border marriage immigrants? The Taiwanese case of female marriage immigrants from China||Shou-Lu Lee|
|Medical and housing needs of older part-time migrant workers and the role of government: the Linyi model in China||Hui Yang, Honglin Chen & Aaron Hagedorn|