Edward R. Canda

Affiliations: 
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
Area:
Social Work, Gerontology, General Religion, Clinical Psychology
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Benson PW, Furman LD, Canda ER, et al. (2016) Spiritually Sensitive Social Work with Victims of Natural Disasters and Terrorism. British Journal of Social Work. 46: 1372-1393
Gomi S, Starnino VR, Canda ER. (2014) Spiritual assessment in mental health recovery. Community Mental Health Journal. 50: 447-53
Starnino VR, Gomi S, Canda ER. (2014) Spiritual strengths assessment in mental health practice British Journal of Social Work. 44: 849-867
Starnino VR, Canda ER. (2014) The spiritual developmental process for people in recovery from severe mental illness Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work. 33: 274-299
Canda ER. (2013) Filial Piety and Care for Elders: A Contested Confucian Virtue Reexamined Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work. 22: 213-234
Banerjee MM, Canda ER. (2012) Comparing rawlsian justice and the capabilities approach to justice from a spiritually sensitive social work perspective Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work. 31: 9-31
Cheon JW, Canda ER. (2010) The meaning and engagement of spirituality for positive youth development in social work Families in Society. 91: 121-126
Stirling B, Furman LD, Benson PW, et al. (2010) A comparative survey of aotearoa New Zealand and UK social workers on the role of religion and spirituality in practice British Journal of Social Work. 40: 602-621
Banerjee MM, Canda ER. (2009) Spirituality as a strength of Afican-American women affected by welfare reform Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work. 28: 239-262
Nelson-Becker H, Canda ER. (2008) Spirituality, religion, and aging research in social work: State of the art and future possibilities Journal of Religion, Spirituality and Aging. 20: 177-193
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