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The School of Social Work at Massey University is a national and international research leader in social work and social policy.
Our staff research interests are primarily in diverse populations and the impact of social problems, the social work profession and social work practices.
Details of research undertaken by the staff of the school can be accessed from their Staff Profiles - under the links 'Research Expertise' and 'Research Outputs'
Electronic versions of many student Thesis / Research Reports are available to read from the Massey University Library
Search under the School of Social Work / School of Health and Social Services and School of Social and Cultural Studies.
The Hub supports researchers to work alongside organisations to develop strategies for researching their practice and to document the interventions that are most effective in working with their client populations. A key focus is on building critically reflective organisations that are able to respond to the diversity of client populations and understand the local contexts of Aotearoa New Zealand and its global relationships.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016