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Solution Focused Social Work - A Special Evening with Dr. Neil Thompson - Debate Summary

Thank you for joining the debate and for sharing your views regarding solution focused social work.

Also our great appreciation for Dr. Neil Thompson who joined us to share his insight and experience on solution focused social work and to propose that social work should refocus its interventions on solutions making. 84 more words

Social Work

Summary of the second presidential debate

by J. Rae Chipera
Moderate Camel Chronicle

Last night marked the second debate between incumbent Barrack Obama and challenger, Mass. Governor Mitt Romney. Though President Obama’s body language was disappointing to most during the first debate, the president came prepared for tonight’s debate and left Romney short-handed at the end of the debate. 3,268 more words

American Politics

Summary of the debate on: Voices of Children & Children's Rights

Thank you for joining the debate and sharing your views on “Voices of Children & Children’s Rights“ @SWSCmedia.

Below is the summary of the discussion and we look forward to… 83 more words

Social Work

Debate Breakdown: Mitt Romney Takes the Politeness Out of Politics (As If It Ever Existed)

On Wednesday night, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney came at President Barack Obama with no holds barred. In fact, I think there was something wrong with the picture quality of my television, because I could have sworn I saw war paint on Mitt Romney’s face. 517 more words

2012 Elections

Redefining Domestic Violence: @SWSCMedia Debate

Domestic violence is widespread and its effects are pervasive. Practice and research in domestic violence have resulted in a greater appreciation of the complexities in understanding how domestic violence impacts individuals. 780 more words

Social Work

Summary of Domestic Violence and Gender Debate on 27 July 2012

Thank you for joining us and for sharing your views in our special domestic violence and gender debate @SWSCmedia.

This is an important topic that continues to affect a large number of children, adults and families. 118 more words

Debate Summary

* * * DEBATE REPORT - SC - JAN 16 * * *

Fox News apparently had trouble with its live video coverage, so I missed the first 20 minutes.

When we last saw them in New Hampshire the candidates had split into two factions, the Liberals ( 553 more words