Books and chapters in books
Bezuidenhout, C. 2017. Using police reserves to support the South African Police Service. In J Albrecht (ed.) Police services and volunteers: enhancing organizational effectiveness and public trust. USA, Boca Raton: CRC Press.
Lombard, A. 2017. Social work academia and policy in South Africa. In J. Gal & I. Weiss-Gal (eds.) Where academia and policy meet. London: Policy Press.
Lombard, A. & Schenck, R. 2017. Adam Small en sy pleidooi vir geregtigheid: 'n Gevallestudie. In J van der Elst (ed.) 'n Huldiging Adam Small denker, digter, dramaturg. South Africa, Pretoria: Protea Book House.
Cekiso, N.A. & Terblanche, L.S. 2016. Pricing Models of Employee Assistance Programs: Experiences of Corporate Clients Serviced by a Leading Employee Assistance Programme. In Maiden, P. & Sharar, D. (Eds). Global Perspectives of Employee Assistance Programs. New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
Roestenburg, W., Carbonatto C.L. & Bila N.J. 2016. Mental Health Services In South Africa. In: Sossou, M.A. & Modie-Moroka, T. (Eds.). Mental Health Conditions and Services in Selected African Countries: Implications for Social Work and Human Services Professions. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers Inc.: 167-198, Ch 9. ISBN 978-1-63485-276-0 (E-Book).
Bila, N., Le Roux, L. & Lombard, A. 2014. Developmental Social Work in South Africa focusing on Children with a Disability. In De Kock, C., Van Kerckhove, C. & Vens, E. (eds.). Social Work in an International Perspective. Antwerp-Apeldoorn: Garant Publishers.
Engelbrecht, L.K. & Terblanche, L.S. 2014. Schools of Thought in Management. In L.K. Engelbrecht (Ed.) Management and Supervision of Social Workers. Hampshire: Cengage Learning.
Lombard, A. 2014. A Developmental Perspective in Social Work Theory and Practice. In Spitzer, H., Twikirize, J. M. & Wairire, G.G. (eds.) Professional Social Work in East Africa. Towards Social Development, Poverty Reduction and Gender Equality. Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Lombard, A. & Viviers, A. 2014. Inclusion of children as stakeholders in social, economic and environmental development. In Hessle, S. (ed.) Environmental Change and Sustainable Social Development. Social Work-Social Development. Volume II. UK: Ashgate Publishers.
Terblanche, L.S. 2014. Occupational Social Work and Employee Assistance Programmes in South Africa: An overview. In GG Trevino (Ed.) Occupational Social Work from an International Perspective. Monterrey: Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo León.
Fouché, A. & le Roux, L. (M.P.) 2018. Social workers’ views on pre-trial therapy in cases of child sexual abuse in South Africa. Child Abuse & Neglect, 76:23-33.
Geyer, S., Le Roux, L. & Hall, H. 2018. Students' voices on the involvement of social workers in services related to problematic internet use. Practice, 20(3):203-216.
Berejena Mhongera, P. & Lombard, A. 2017. Who is there for me? Evaluating the social support received by adolescent girls transitioning from institutional care in Zimbabwe. Practice: Social work in action, 29(1):19-35.
Chiwara, P. & Lombard, A. 2017. The challenge to promote social and economic equality in Namibia through social work. Social Work / Maatskaplike Werk, 53(4):563-578.
Coetzee, L. & Bezuidenhout, C. 2017. Victim empathy of youth sex offenders in youth correctional centres. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 30(4):55-71.
Coetzee, A. & Steyn, F. 2017. Workplace violence in private and public secondary schools in Tshwane, Gauteng. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 30(3):29-45.
Moen, M.C. & Bezuidenhout, C. 2017. Familiemoord gepleeg deur kinders: 'n gevallestudie. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 57(4):990-1002.
Dhludhlu, S.L. & Lombard, A. 2017. Challenges of statutory social workers in linking foster care services with socio-economic development programmes. Social Work / Maatskaplike Werk, 53(2):165-185.
Hesselink, A. & Booyens, K. 2017. The significance of criminological pre-sentence evaluation reports for rehabilitation policy and practice. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 30(4):55-71.
Prinsloo, C.E., Botha, J., Human, L., Maphalala, L, Masuku, T., Tshapela, Z. & Van der Berg, E.C. 2017. Flowers and a garden, children and games, laugther and fun: unity in diversity. Social Work with Groups, 40(1):129-136.
Sesane, M.P. & Geyer, L.S. 2017. The perceptions of community members regarding the role of social workers in enhancing social capital in metropolitan areas to manage HIV and AIDS. Social Work / Maatskaplike Werk, 53(1):1-25.
Spies, G.M., Delport, C.S.L. & le Roux, M.P. 2017. Safety and risk assessment for the South African child protection services: theory and practice. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 30(2):116-127.
Spies, G.M. & le Roux, M.P. 2017. A critical reflectino on the basic principles of assessment of the child at risk. International Journal for Studies on Children, Women, Elderly and Disabled, 1:201-205.
Steyn, F. & Booyens, K. 2017. A profile of incarcerated female offenders: implications for rehabilitation policy and practice. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 30(4):33-54.
Tanderera, C. & Hall, H. 2017. Challenges faced by parents of children with learning disabilities in Opowu, Namibia. African Journal of Disability, 6:1-10.
Berejena, M. P. & Lombard, A. 2016. Poverty to more poverty: An evaluation of transition services provided to adolescent girls from two institutions in Zimbabwe. Children and Youth Services Review, 64c:154-154.
Coetzee, L. & Bezuidenhout, C. 2016. An assessment of youth sex offender empathy levels for general victims of child-on-child sexual abuse. Child Abuse Research in South Africa, 17(1):10-23.
Flores, K., van Niekerk, C. & le Roux, M.P. 2016. Drumming as a medium to promote emotional and social functioning of children in middle childhood in residential care. Music Education Research, 18 (3):254-268.
Gutura, P. & Tanga, P.T. 2016. “Bargaining with children”: Unintended consequences of children’s grants in rural South Africa. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 7(1):35-43.
Hesselink, A.E. & Booyens, K. 2016. When parents interchange love with abuse: An analysis of parental-child abuse for correctional intervention. Child Abuse Research: A South African Journal. Vol 17(2). (SAPSE)
Katunga, W. & Lombard, A. 2016. The contribution of social entrepreneurship in meeting the needs of orphans in the Mberengwa District, Zimbabwe. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 52(2):188-207.
Mayombe, C. & Lombard, A. 2016. The importance of material resources and qualified trainers in adult non-formal education and training centres in South Africa. International Review of Education, 15 March:1-18.
Swanepoel, I., Geyer, L.S. & Crafford, G. 2016. Risk factors for relapse among young African adults following in-patient treatment for drug abuse in the Gauteng Province. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 52(3):414-438. [SA: DoHET; ISSN: 0037-8054; SJR: 0.19.]
Tanga. P.T. & Gutura, P. 2016. Women Handling of Domestic Violence in rural township of Alice, South Africa. Anthropologist, 23(3):598-605.
Tanga, P, Gutura, P. & Shava, G. 2016. Management of HIV/AIDS Programmes at the Workplace: A Case Study of Selected Organisations in Chris Hani District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Journal of Human Ecology, 55(3):227-236.
Van Wyk, J & Carbonatto, C.L. 2016. The Social Functioning Of Women with Breast Cancer in the Context of the Life World: A Social Work Perspective. Social Work/ Maatskaplike Werk, 52(3), Issue 8:439-458.
Alant, E., Geyer, L.S. & Verde, M. 2015. Developing empathetic skills among teachers and learners in high schools in Tshwane: an inter-generational approach involving people with dementia. Perspectives in Education, 33(3):141-158.
Bezuidenhout, C. & Van Niekerk, G. 2015. Community engagement in Correctional Facilities: changing perceptions to make Correctional Centres sites of preference. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 2:38-48.
Booyens, K. & Bezuidenhout, C. 2015. Sex, drugs and tattooing in correctional facilities and the relationship to STIS, HIV and AIDS. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 1:144-159.
Bougard, N.B., Booyens, K. & Ehlers, R. 2015. Adult female rape survivors’ views about the constitutional, human rights and compulsory HIV testing of alleged sex offenders. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 1(4):50-72.
Bougard, N.B. & Booyens, K. 2015. Adult female rape victims’ views about the Thuthuzela care centres: A South African multi-disciplinary service deliver model. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, Special Ediction (5):19-33.
Cekiso, N.A. & Terblanche, L.S. 2015. Pricing models of employee assistance programs: Experiences of corporate clients serviced by a leading employee assistance program service provider in South Africa. Journal of Workplace Behavioural Health, 30:154-178.
Du Preez, J., Steyn, F. & Booyens, K. 2015. Risk factors and circumstances surrounding suicides in correctional centres in Gauteng, South Africa. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 1(3):125-143.
Geyer, L.S., Le Roux, M.P. & Hall, H. 2015. Exposure to substance use in the social environment: The experiences of adolescents in the Tshwane metropole. Maatskaplikewerk-Navorser-Praktisyn / Social Work Practitioner-Researcher, 27(3):322-343.
Geyer, L.S., Lombard, A. & Wairiri, G. 2015. A comparative content analysis of South African and Kenyan drug policies from a social development perspective. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 27(2):144-168.
Gutura, P. & Tanga, P.T. 2015. The Intended Outcomes of Social Grants in South Africa: A Case Study of Ngqushwa Local Municipality in the Eastern Cape Province. Journal of Economics, 6(3):238-249.
Gutura, P. & Tanga, P.T. 2015. “Twenty years of democracy. The Social Assistance Programme revisited”. The Social Work Practitioner, 27 (1):65-88.
Gutura, P. 2015. Social Grants and poor rural households in South Africa. Lambert Academic Publishing.
Lombard, A. 2015. Global agenda for social work and social development: A path toward sustainable social work. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 51(4):482-499.
Lombard, A. 2015. Internationalising social work education: The South African experience. Indian Journal of Social Work, 7691):41-56.
Mayombe, C. & Lombard, A. 2015. How useful are skills acquired at adult non-formal education and training centres for finding employment in South Africa? International Review of Education, 61(5):611-630.
Phatoli, R., Bila, N.J. & Ross, E. 2015. Being black in a white skin: Beliefs and stereotypes around albinism at a South African university. African Journal of Disability, 4(1):1-10.
Prinsloo, C.E. 2015. Group intervention with institutionalised older persons. HTS Teologiese Studies – Theological Studies, 71(3):1-7.
Spies, G.M., Delport, C.S.L. & le Roux, M.P. 2015. Developing Safety and Risk Assessment Tools and Training Materials: A Researcher-practice Dialogue. Research on Social Work Practice, 25(6):670-680.
Steyn, F. & Klopper, H.F. 2015. Ubi vuimus, quo vadis Acta Criminologica? Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 1(5):1-18.
Steyn, F., Coetzee, A. & Klopper, H.F. 2015. A survey of car guards in Tshwane. South African Crime Quarterly, 22:15-24.
Tanga, P.T; Oyeleke, I.A & Gutura, P. 2015. Influence of Child Support Grant on increased birth rate among women of child bearing age in Alice Town. South Africa. Journal of Human Ecology, 52(3):236-245.
Verhoef, H.P. & Terblanche, L.S. 2015. The effect of dissolved workplace romances on the psychosocial functioning and productivity of the employees involved. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 51(2):287-310.
Bezuidenhout, C. 2014. Information security: They have all your information - They know it all. Servamus: Community-based Safety and Security Magazine, 107(1):16-18.
Booyens, K. & Bezuidenhout, C. 2014. “An exploratory study of sex and rape behind bars in a South African prison.” International Criminal Justice Review 24(4):377-391.
Da Costa, G., Spies, G.M. & Coetzee, L. 2014. Contributory factors to child on child sexual abuse: Perceptions of diverted female youth sex offenders. Child Abuse Research: A South African Journal, 15(2):35-50.
Fouché, A. & le Roux, L. (M.P.) 2014. Legal professionals’ views on pre-trial therapy in cases of child sexual abuse in South Africa. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 24(2):307-214.
Geyer, L.S. & Lombard, A. October, 2014. A content analysis of the South African National Drug Master Plan: Lessons for aligning policy with social development. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk. RO-008462
Gutura, P. & Tanga P.T. 2014. “Boosting their stomachs”: The role of social grants in South Africa. Journal of Economics and Behavioural Studies, 6 (2):105-119.
Hesselink, A. & Booyens, K. 2014. Correctional Criminology: An Innovative South African Practice. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, Sp (1):1-15.
Lanier, M.M, Farrell, C.T. & Bezuidenhout, C. 2014. A Comparative Analysis of Human Trafficking Between the United States of America (USA) and the Republic of South Africa (RSA). International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, (3):275-283.
Lombard, A. 2014. Book review. Midgley, J. 2014. Social Development: Theory & Practice. London: Sage Publications. Social Work/ Maatskaplike Werk, 50(2):303-304.
Lombard, A. & Twikirize, J. M. 2014. Promoting social and economic equality: Social workers’ contribution to social justice and social development in South Africa and Uganda. International Social Work, 57(4):313-325.
Lombard, A. & Viviers, A. 2014. Children with disabilities in South Africa: Inclusion through participation. Social Dialogue, Issue 9. November. Social Dialogue is published by The International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW).
Prinsloo, C.E. 2014. Social Work Values and Principles: Students' Experiences in intervention with Children and Youths in Detention, Journal of Social Work Practice: Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Health, Welfare and the Community, 28(4):445-460.
Prinsloo, C.E. & Pillay, V. 2014. Impact of the Integrated Food and Nutrition Programme in Kungwini. 2014. Social Work and Social Sciences Review. 17(2):6-21.
Van Wyk, A.A. & Terblanche, L.S. 2014. Critical Incidents and Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) – An Employee Assistance Programme Perspective. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk. 50(1):19-37.