Pooja Sawrikar
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Work and family: how does the (gender) balance change as children grow?
L Craig, P Sawrikar
Gender, Work & Organization 16 (6), 684-709, 2009
Enhancing family and relationship service accessibility and delivery to culturally and linguistically diverse families in Australia
P Sawrikar, I Katz
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2008
Participation in sport and recreation by culturally and linguistically diverse women
N Cortis, P Sawrikar, K Muir
Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, 2007
The myth of a ‘fair go’: Barriers to sport and recreational participation among Indian and other ethnic minority women in Australia
P Sawrikar, K Muir
Sport Management Review 13 (4), 355-367, 2010
Community attitudes to people with disability: scoping project
D Thompson, KR Fisher, C Purcal, C Deeming, P Sawrikar
Available at SSRN 2014423, 2012
How useful is the term “Culturally And Linguistically Diverse (CALD)” in the Australian social policy discourse?
P Sawrikar, I Katz
Refereed Conference Paper, Australian Social Policy Conference (ASPC …, 2009
The relationship between mental health, cultural identity and cultural values in non-English speaking background (NESB) Australian adolescents
P Sawrikar, CJ Hunt
Behaviour Change 22 (2), 97, 2005
Culturally appropriate mentoring for Horn of African young people in Australia
M Griffiths, P Sawrikar, K Muir
Youth Studies Australia 28 (2), 32, 2009
Working with ethnic minorities and across cultures in Western child protection systems
P Sawrikar
Taylor & Francis, 2016
Satisfaction with work-family balance for parents of early adolescents compared to parents of younger children
L Craig, P Sawrikar
Journal of Family Studies 14 (1), 91-106, 2008
Culturally Appropriate Service Provision for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Children and Families in the New South Wales (NSW) Child Protection System (CPS …
P Sawrikar
Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, 2012
Recommendations for improving cultural competency when working with ethnic minority families in child protection systems in Australia
P Sawrikar, IB Katz
Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 31 (5), 393-417, 2014
How effective do families of non–E nglish‐speaking background (NESB) and child protection caseworkers in A ustralia see the use of interpreters? A qualitative study to help …
P Sawrikar
Child & Family Social Work 20 (4), 396-406, 2015
Only White People can be Racist: What does Power have to do with Prejudice?
P Sawrikar, IB Katz
Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 2 (1), 80-99, 2010
‘Normalizing the novel’: How is culture addressed in child protection work with ethnic-minority families in Australia?
P Sawrikar, I Katz
Journal of Social Service Research 40 (1), 39-61, 2014
Barriers to disclosing child sexual abuse (CSA) in ethnic minority communities: A review of the literature and implications for practice in Australia
P Sawrikar, I Katz
Children and Youth Services Review 83, 302-315, 2017
Don’t silence “the dinosaurs”: Keeping caution alive with regard to social work distance education
P Sawrikar, C Lenette, D McDonald, J Fowler
Journal of Teaching in Social Work 35 (4), 343-364, 2015
A qualitative study on the pros and cons of ethnically matching culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) client families and child protection caseworkers
P Sawrikar
Children and Youth Services Review 35 (2), 321-331, 2013
The treatment needs of victims/survivors of child sexual abuse (CSA) from ethnic minority communities: A literature review and suggestions for practice
P Sawrikar, I Katz
Children and Youth Services Review 79, 166-179, 2017
How aware of child sexual abuse (CSA) are ethnic minority communities? A literature review and suggestions for raising awareness in Australia
P Sawrikar, I Katz
Children and Youth Services Review 81, 246-260, 2017
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