His main research concerns Social work, Social science, Pedagogy, Indigenization and Social change. His work carried out in the field of Social work brings together such families of science as Perspective, Gender studies and Individualism. His Social science research includes themes of Sustainable development, Corporate social responsibility, Community organizing and Environmentalism.
His Pedagogy research integrates issues from Ethical reasoning and Social work education. His Indigenization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Knowledge development, Field, Positivism and Dilemma. The various areas that Mel Gray examines in his Social change study include Cultural pluralism, Globalization, Accountability, Social economy and Politics.
Mel Gray mostly deals with Social work, Nova, Public relations, Social change and Social science. His Social work research incorporates elements of Engineering ethics, Media studies, Social philosophy, Gender studies and Politics. His Social philosophy research incorporates themes from Social network, Social competence and Social engagement.
Mel Gray studies Social change, namely Social position. As part of one scientific family, Mel Gray deals mainly with the area of Social science, narrowing it down to issues related to the Indigenization, and often China. His work investigates the relationship between Public administration and topics such as Social Welfare that intersect with problems in Economic growth.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social work, Public relations, Economic growth, Politics and Media studies. His Social work study combines topics in areas such as Social science, Field and China. His research in Social science focuses on subjects like Social change, which are connected to Welfare.
His Public relations study incorporates themes from Mental health service, Argument, Child protection and Service user. His work on Poverty as part of general Economic growth study is frequently linked to Business and Livelihood, bridging the gap between disciplines. In his research, Social environment, Sociocultural evolution and Famine is intimately related to International development, which falls under the overarching field of Politics.
Mel Gray mainly investigates Social work, Public relations, Indigenous, Nova and Media studies. His Social work research incorporates themes from Social change, Social science and Social psychology. His research integrates issues of Social policy and Engineering ethics in his study of Social psychology.
His work on Organisational change as part of general Public relations research is frequently linked to Focus, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Evidence-based practice research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Field, Argument, Perspective, Service user and Core.
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The quest for a universal social work: some issues and implications
Mel Gray;Jan Fook.
Social Work Education (2004)
Dilemmas of international social work: paradoxical processes in indigenisation, universalism and imperialism
International Journal of Social Welfare (2005)
Evidence-based Social Work: A Critical Stance
Mel M Gray;Deborah Plath;Stephen A Webb.
An ‘Ecospiritual’ Perspective: Finally, a Place for Indigenous Approaches
John Coates;Mel Gray;Tiani Hetherington.
British Journal of Social Work (2005)
Social work : theories and methods
Mel Gray;Stephen A. Webb.
Social enterprise: is it the business of social work?
Mel Gray;Karen Healy;Penny Crofts.
Australian Social Work (2003)
Environmental Social Work
Mel Gray;John Coates;Tiani Hetherington.
Indigenous Social Work around the World: Towards Culturally Relevant Education and Practice
Mel Gray;John Coates;Michael Yellow Bird.
Back to basics : a critique of the strengths perspective in social work
Families in society-The journal of contemporary social services (2011)
Implementing Evidence-Based Practice: A Review of the Empirical Research Literature
Mel M Gray;Elyssa Joy;Deborah Plath;Stephen A Webb.
Research on Social Work Practice (2013)
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