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The editorial team warmly welcome Mrs. Professor Lena Dominelli, and Mr. Professor Malcolm Payne, two prominent internationally social work personalities who have kindly accepted to be part of our journal’s International Advisory Board starting with issue no. 1/2010.
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Articles by: Claudia Oşvat

Nr. 3 / 2015 - Editorial
Issue no. 3/2015 of the Social Work Review, coordinated by Ph.D. Associate Professor Claudia Oșvat (Bacter) and Ph.D. Lecturer Cristiana Marc from The University of Oradea, Department of Sociology ...
Nr. 3 / 2014 - Editorial: Social work of risk groups. Current trends and development opportunities.
Issue no. 3/2014 of the Social Work Review, coordinated by Ph.D. Lecturer Simona Bodogai and Ph.D. Lecturer Claudia Oşvat (University of Oradea, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Romania),...
Nr. 1 / 2014 - Group Supervision in Social Work. A Model of Intervention for Practitioners
It is well established that employees of all professions can be affected by stress at work that can lead to burnout, but this problem occurs especially in the case of workers in social services. It is...
Nr. 1 / 2013 - The Socio-Professional Integration of the Institutionalized Youngsters
Child abandonment was and remains an issue in our country and not only. Understanding this problem as a social phenomenon and its integrated approach represents a central concern of decision makers at...
Nr. 2 / 2013 - Placement at Professional Foster Caregiver – Protection Measure for the Child in Difficulty
Children represent one of the social categories at risk. In our country, at the end of June 2012, a total of 64.551 children were in the social protection system, 61.58% of them benefited from a measu...
Nr. 3 / 2013 - Stress and Burnout Among Social Workers
This paper presents the results of a qualitative study that illustrates how social workers experience stress and burnout at the workplace. The participants in this study were 18 social workers employe...
Nr. 1 / 2012 - The Social Protection of Children with Disabilities and their Families. A case study of the Bihor county
The issue of disability is a complex one, with multiple implications both for the disabled person and for the members of their family. The great number of children with disabilities at country level m...
Nr. 2 / 2012 - Children in Need. Predisposing Factors in Preventing Child Abandonment and School Dropout
The family is a child’s first framework of reference and it represents a vital element in their upbringing. But what happens when families face financial and inter-relational problems? In most cases...
Nr. 2 / 2011 - Socioeconomic Implications of Autism Case Study on Romanian Realities
In this paper we propose to discuss some of the main data found in literature on autism. We have also included a study conducted among parents of children with autism from Bihor county (Romania) and a...
Nr. 2 / 2010 - Modalităţi de intervenţie în asistarea socială a familiilor copiilor cu dizabilităţi neuro-psiho-motorii
The experience of raising and looking after a child with neuro-psychomotor disabilities is one that creates continuous stress that will have an impact on all spheres of family life. Studies show that ...


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