Japanese

Canda, E. R. (2009). 宇宙中心的ソーシャルワーク:世界の癒しに向けたスピリチュアルな多様性とケアリング. [Cosmocentric social work: Spiritual diversity and caring for the healing of the world. In A. Yoshida, H. Moriya & Y. Hirano (Eds.), Holistic care: Education, welfare, and nursing based on the new relationships, (pp. 136-142). Kyoto, Japan: Japan Holistic Education Society. (Japanese language, trans. Yoshiharu Nakagawa.)

Korean

Canda, E. R. (1999). 현대의 사회 복지와 관련한 "예기" 의 일반적 원칙과 교훈. [General Principles and Recommendations from the Confucian Classic, "The Book of Rites" for Contemporary Social Welfare]. College of Confucian Studies and Department of Social Welfare, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea.

Kim, K. M. (1999). Bibliography of Korean Publications on Spirituality and Social Welfare.  Lawrence, KS: Spiritual Diversity and Social Work Initiatives at the Univeristy of Kansas.

Portuguese

Ventura, R. P. M. (2014) Contributos para um Modelo de Trabalho Social Holístico. [Contributions for a Holistic Social Work Model]. Unpublished Manuscript.

Spanish

Canda, E. R. (2007). Spirituality as Source of Resilience in Living with Chronic Illness. Presented February 2007 at the Social Work Department, St. John of God National Hospital, San Jose, Costa Rica.


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