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Dr. Clement Chihota

Lecturer, Social Work/Community and Human Services

Social Work, Community & Human Services



Berwick Campus, Online

A moment of fuzziness: Connections between shifting notions of ‘home’ and welfare arrangements ‘back home’ for Black Zimbabwean migrants living under COVID-19 travel restrictions in Australia

Evaluation of the Ballarat Industry Mentoring Pilot (BIMP) : Phase 1: Desktop Evaluation

  • Report

Evaluation of the Ballarat Industry Mentoring Pilot (BIMP) : Phase 2: Evaluation Report - Participant Experiences

  • Report

Field Education Organisational Roles and Responsibilities: A Snapshot of Australian Social Work Providers

  • Journals

A rock and a hard place: The curious collusion between neo-liberal, racist and ‘anti-racist’ discourses in ostracising Black African communities in Victoria, Australia

  • Journals

Before the next song and other poems

  • Book

Teaching white privilege: an auto-ethnographic approach

The teaching of white privilege in Australian tertiary settings is beset by a number of obstacles...

International Conference for Christian Educators, 11-13 April, 2018: Proceedings: Conference peer reviewed papers

  • Book

Using appreciative inquiry and multimodal texts as transformative tools within a christ-following, missional, learning community

This chapter reflects on an Appreciative Inquiry research project undertaken at Bethlehem...

Critical Language Awareness: A Beckoning Frontier in Social Work Education?

INTRODUCTION: Effective social work practice is predicated on empowering, inclusive and...

The Games People Play’: Taking on Postgraduate Identities in the Context of Writer Circles

Rehearsing 'the Postgraduate Condition' in Writers' Circles

Writer's stance in disciplinary discourses: A developmental view


  • Journals

No more plastic balls : new voices in the Zimbabwean short story

  • Book