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Christian Kerr


Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Christian Kerr

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • BASW England Branch Blog: Christian Kerr: The Chair of the North East Branch talks about radical social work in a contemporary context, Kerr, C. 16 Mar 2021
  • Social Work under COVID-19: A Thematic Analysis of Articles in ‘SW2020 under COVID-19 Magazine’, Sen, R., Kerr, C., MacIntyre, G., Featherstone, B., Gupta, A., Quinn-Aziz, A. 20 May 2021, In: British Journal of Social Work
  • Special Edition Editorial, Kerr, C., Sen, R., Grimm, D. 28 Apr 2021
  • To look forward we must also look back, Kerr, C. Feb 2021
  • 'Why should social workers be interested in, if not outright concerned about, this Care Review?', Kerr, C., Sen, R., Ruane, A., Hanley, J. Jun 2021
  • Pennies in the karma bank? Big philanthropy, English social work reform and the neoliberal bind, Kerr, C. 14 Jul 2020
  • Reflections on social work 2020 under Covid-19 online magazine, Sen, R., Featherstone, B., Gupta, A., Kerr, C., MacIntyre, G., Quinn-Aziz, A. 16 Nov 2020, In: Social Work Education
  • Second Edition Editorial, Kerr, C. 24 Apr 2020
  • ‘Why social workers should oppose the continuation of the Care Act easements’, Kerr, C., Janas, M. 5 Oct 2020
  • 'Social workers' perspectives on the use of theory in practice with children and families involved in family court proceedings', Kerr, C. 2013

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