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Adje van de Sande

Adjunct Professor

Degrees:Ph.D (Wilfrid Laurier)
Email:AdjeVanDeSande@Cunet.Carleton.Ca

Adje van de Sande is a recently retired Associate Professor from the School of Social Work at Carleton University. His research interests have focussed on poverty, social justice, and community-based participatory research.

Most Recent Publications

van de Sande, A., McWhinney, T., Occhiuto, K., Colpitts, J., Hagi-Aden, I., Hussein, A., &  Feder, Z (2019). Identifying barriers faced by Ottawa Somali Youth in accessing post-secondary and vocational opportunities: An Example of Community-Based Participatory Research. Engaged Scholar Journal, 5 (1) 1-20.

van de Sande, A., Beauvolsk, M.A. & Larose-Hébert, K. (2018). Le travail social : Théories et pratiques. 3éd.  Montréal : TC Média Livres Inc.

van de Sande, A., & Schwartz, K. (2017). Research for social justice: A community-based participatory approach. (2nded.) Halifax, NS: Fernwood Publishing.

van de Sande, A., & Byvelds, C. (2015). Statistics for Social Justice: A Structural Approach. Halifax, N.S. Fernwood Publishing