Organization name
SOCIAL WORK


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12019YOUTHS' EXPERIENCE WITH SCHOOL REFUSAL IN SINGAPORE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF YOUTHS AND COMMUNITY WORKERSJEMIMA SOH JEN
22010Youth.sg: the state of youth in SingaporeHo, Kong Chong ; Ng, Yue Hoong Irene ; Ho, Kong Weng ; Hamid, Nazira Abdul
329-Apr-2022YOUTH'S HELP-SEEKING BEHAVIOURS: A PROFESSIONAL INSIGHT TO THE USAGE OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESTAI SI EN, AMELIA
42-Apr-2018YOUTH THEATRE PROJECT - A PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH USING THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED IN YOUTH SOCIAL SERVICE SETTINGSDAVID PUVANEYSHWARAN S/OKUNASEKARAN
512-Jun-2018YOUTH ASPIRATIONS - UNCOVERING PATTERNS AND UNDERSTANDING STORIES OF CLASS AND ETHNICITYSITI NURSILA BINTE SENIN
61974YOUNG CHINESE FACTORY WORKERS AT JURONG: A STUDY OF 15 YOUNG SINGAPOREAN CHINESE MALE FACTORY WORKERS LIVING IN DORMITORY FLATS IN JURONGCHANG KUNG YEE
72013"You must finish your dinner": Meal time dynamics between grandparents, parents and grandchildren in urban ChinaGoh, E.C.L. 
81-Oct-2021Wow, woo, win"- Healthcare students' and facilitators' experiences of interprofessional simulation in three-dimensional virtual world: A qualitative evaluation studyLiaw, Sok Ying ; Choo, Tingwei; Wu, Ling Ting; Lim, Wee Shiong ; Choo, Hyekyung ; Lim, Sok Mui; Ringsted, Charlotte; Wong, Lai Fun; Ooi, Sim Leng ; Lau, Tang Ching 
930-Oct-2020WORSE THAN MAID’: A COMPARISON OF WORK-CARE REGIMES OF YOUNG WORKING PARENTS IN SINGAPORE ACROSS SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND GENDERNG SU WEN, NICOLE LOUISE
102020Working with low‐income families through the life course: Challenges to social servicesNg, I. Y. H. ; Neo, Y. W. 
112008Working with Chinese families in adolescent drug treatmentSim, T. ; Wong, D.
123-Feb-2006Women's perspectives on responses to intimate partner violenceSOHINI BASU
13May-2012Wife Abuse in Tamil NaduChokkanathan, S. 
142014WHY STUDY SOCIAL WORK? : UNDERSTANDING THE EXPERIENCE OF CHOOSING SOCIAL WORK AS A MAJORCHEN MIN JOANNE
1529-Jan-2019Why some children from poor families do well ? An in-depth analysis of positive deviance cases in SingaporeEsther Goh 
1621-Oct-2021Why digital poverty deserves greater attentionNg, Irene ; Lim, Sun Sun ; Pang, Natalie 
179-Nov-2022Why did COVID-19not further harm the mental health of poor mothers? A mixed-method study on low-income families in SingaporeGoh, Chor Leng Esther 
182009Who benefits from volunteering? Variations in perceived benefitsMorrow-Howell, N.; Hong, S.-I. ; Tang, F.
192010Where juvenile serious offenders live: A neighborhood analysis of Wayne County, MichiganNg, I.Y.H. 
2029-Jul-2016WHEN AMBIVALENCE AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY CROSSED ? EXAMINING AND THEORISING ADULT CHILDREN?S PERCEPTION OF CAREGIVING FOR ELDERLY PARENTSGHOH SIEW NGENG CORINNE