Reviews from the June 2008 issue

February 21, 2012

Ringwald, C. (2008). Review of the book A reporter’s guide: Reporting about people with disabilities by Betsy Southall. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 52–54.

Barken, J. (2008). Review of the film Autism is a world by Gerardine Wurzburg. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 54–56.

Thomas, S. (2008). Review of the book Where is the mango princess? by Cathy Crimmins. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 56–57.

Van Rootselaar, J. (2008). Review of the chapter A situationist perspective on the psychology of evil: Understanding how good people are transformed into perpetrators by Philip Zimbardo. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 57–59.

Sevink, M. (2008). Review of the book True notebooks: A writer’s year at juvenile hall by Mark Salzman. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 59–61.

Cussen, B. (2008). Review of the book Never let me go by Kazuo Ishiguro. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 61–65.

Pealer, J. (2008). Valued by love: Social roles in Wendell Berry’s short stories. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 67–75.

SRVJ reviews June 08

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‘Valued by love: Social roles in Wendell Berry’s short stories’ by Jack Pealer

October 26, 2011

Pealer, J. (2008). Valued by love: Social roles in Wendell Berry’s short stories. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 67–75


‘Applying selected SRV themes to the eugenic movement in Canada & the United States, 1890-1972’ by Thomas Malcomson

October 26, 2011

Malcomson, T. (2008). Applying selected SRV themes to the eugenic movement in Canada & the United States, 1890-1972. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 34-51.

full text PDF: Malcomson eugenics Jun 08


‘Using SRV theory to promote valued social roles for Looked After Children’ by Eileen Oak

October 26, 2011

Oak, E. (2008). Using SRV theory to promote valued social roles for Looked After Children. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 21–32


‘What keeps people safe? An exploration of Australian historical roots & contemporary expressions of abuse’ by Sharyn Pacey

October 26, 2011

Pacey, S. (2008). What keeps people safe? An exploration of Australian historical roots & contemporary expressions of abuse. The SRV Journal, 3(1), 7–19


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