Reviews from the June 2007 issue

January 26, 2012

Lunden, A. (2007). Review of the book Social work with people with learning difficulties by Paul Williams. The SRV Journal, 2(1),  45-46.

Ford, J. (2007). Review of the book Mad in America: Bad science, bad medicine, and the enduring mistreatment of the mentally ill by Robert Whitaker. The SRV Journal, 2(1),  47-49.

MacNeil, C. (2007). Review of the book Mad in America: Bad science, bad medicine, and the enduring mistreatment of the mentally ill by Robert Whitaker. The SRV Journal, 2(1),  49-52.

Pealer, J. (2007). Review of the film Do not go gently by Melissa Godoy. The SRV Journal, 2(1),  52-54.

Lemay, R. (2007). Review of the article Common assets of mentally retarded people that are commonly not acknowledged by Wolf Wolfensberger. The SRV Journal, 2(1),  54-57.

PDF available: June 2007 SRVJ book reviews

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‘The new (3rd, 2007) edition of PASSING’ by Susan Thomas & Wolf Wolfensberger

October 18, 2011

Thomas, S., & Wolfensberger, W. (2007). The new (3rd, 2007) edition of PASSING. The SRV Journal, 2(1), 58-62


‘Remembering Mr. Sinclair’ by James Brunault

October 18, 2011

Brunault, J. (2007). Remembering Mr. Sinclair. The SRV Journal, 2(1), 43-44.


‘In memoriam: R.S., a wounded life’ by Susan Thomas

October 18, 2011

Thomas, S. (2007). In memoriam: R.S., a wounded life. The SRV Journal, 2(1), 39-42


‘Interview: Judy Bilderbeck, Executive Director of Access Ability (New Zealand)’ by Marc Tumeinski

October 18, 2011

Tumeinski, M. (2007). Interview: Judy Bilderbeck, Executive Director of Access Ability (New Zealand). The SRV Journal, 2(1), 33-37


‘Interview: Mike Morton, Executive Director of Community Ventures in Living (Indiana, USA)’ by Joe Osburn

October 18, 2011

Osburn, J. (2007). Interview: Mike Morton, Executive Director of Community Ventures in Living (Indiana, USA). The SRV Journal, 2(1), 25-33


‘Valued social roles and the necessity of values-based leadership’ by Michael Kendrick

October 18, 2011

Kendrick, M. J. (2007). Valued social roles and the necessity of values-based leadership. The SRV Journal, 2(1), 22-24


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