Qualifications & Memberships
Research interests include supervision processes for Maori social workers and contemporary social attitudes within a cross-cultural context.
- Anglem J., Te Aika LH., Cooper G., Diamond J., Lambert S., Ormond A., Skerrett M. and Williams L. (2011) Panel Discussion: Future Possibilities for Māori Research: Local and Global Imperatives. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: Māori Research Wānanga, 25-25 Feb 2011.
- Anglem J. (2009) Reflections on a Journey of being a Ngai Tahu Maori. Social Work Now: The Practice Journal of Child Youth and Family 44: 4-6.
- Anglem J. (2009) Some Observations on Social Work Education and Indigineity in New Zealand. In Cooper IT; Moore GS (Ed.), Walking in the Good Way: Aboriginal Social Work Education: 133-142. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press Inc.
- Anglem J. and Maidment J. (2009) Introduction to Collaborative Assessment. In Maidment J; Egan R (Ed.), Practice Skills in Social Work and Wellfare: More than just Common Sense: 133-147. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
- Anglem J. (2005) Supervision in Relation to Maori. In Group TSDS (Ed.), Supervision Directory 2005: Supervision in the Voluntary Sector: 12-17. Christchurch: Christchurch Council of Social Services.