• Podsoc #39

Community development:

In conversation with Ann Ingamells

What do we mean when we talk about community development? Practitioners often mean different things when they talk about it. Ann Ingamells talks about her practice in community development and the accumulative and wide-ranging benefits for individuals and their communities in such work.

Ann Ingamells is a community development practitioner, teacher and researcher. She has taught in the School of Human Services and Social Work at Griffith University for some years and is currently focusing on research, both in remote Indigenous communities and in urban localities of Brisbane, Australia.

Recommended citation – APA6th

Fronek, P. (Host). (2013, January 13). Community development: In conversation with Ann Ingamells [Episode 39]. Podsocs. Podcast retrieved Month Day, Year, from http://www.podsocs.com/podcast/community-development/.

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  2. References

Westoby, P., & Ingamells, A. (2011). Teaching Community Development Personal Practice Frameworks. Social Work Education, 31(3), 383-396.

Ingamells, A., Holcombe, S., & Buultjens, J. (2010). Economic development and remote desert settlements.Community Development Journal. Advance Access. doi: doi:10.1093/cdj/bsq012.

Ingamells, A., Lathouras, A., Wiseman, R., Westoby, P., & Caniglia, F. (2010). Community Development Practice: Stories, Method, Meaning. Victoria: The Social Sciences.

Westoby, P., & Ingamells, A. (2010). A critically informed perspective of working with resettling refugee groups in Australia. British Journal of Social Work, 40(6), 1759-1776.

Ingamells, A., & Westoby, P. (2008). Working with young people from refugee backgrounds in Australia. European Journal of Social Work, 11(2), 161 - 173.