Steven Hick is an associate professor in the School of Social Work at Carleton University. His research interests include human rights, social informatics, community organizing and social movements, and social policy. He is the co-founder of War Child Canada (http://www.warchild.ca/). His recent publications include Social Work Advocacy and Activism on the Internet. Co-editor: John McNutt, Chicago: Lyceum Press, 2002, Social Work in Canada: An Introduction. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishers, 2002, Human Rights and the Internet. Toronto: Oxford Publications, 2000, Communities and Advocacy on the Internet: A Conceptual Framework, Second co-author: John McNutt. [Chapter 1], In Social Work Advocacy and Activism on the Internet. Lead editor: Steven Hick, Co-editor: John McNutt, Chicago: Lyceum Press, 2002. “Connecting Aboriginal Learners in Remote Communities: An Online Social Work Course,” In Journal of Technology in Human Services, Volume 20, Number 1-3, Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 2002 and “The Political Economy of War-Affected Children”, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 575, May, 2001.
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