Tomofumi Oka, PhD (Social Work)
TitleCited byYear
Qualitative research in social work
T Oka, I Shaw
Retrieved November 11, 2003, 2000
862000
The history, concepts and theories of self-help groups: from an international perspective
T Oka, T Borkman
Japanese Journal of Occupational Therapy 37, 718-722, 2000
352000
Chapter 3. Self‐help groups in Japan: Trends and traditions
T Oka
Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 11 (1), 69-95, 1994
231994
An initial view of self-help groups for Japanese alcoholics: Danshukai in its historical, social, and cultural contexts
RD Chenhall, T Oka
International Journal of Self-Help & Self-Care 5 (2), 2009
152009
Self-help groups for parents of children with intractable diseases: A qualitative study of their organisational problems
T Oka
Universal-Publishers, 2003
102003
Self-help and mutual aid group volunteering
C Munn-Giddings, T Oka, T Borkman, GL Chikoto, J Matzat, ...
The Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit …, 2016
92016
‘Grief is love’: Understanding grief through self-help groups organised by the family survivors of suicide
T Oka
Making sense of suffering: A collective attempt, 75-86, 2013
92013
Self-Help Groups, Self-Help Supporters, and Social Work: A Theoretical Discussion with Some Case Illustrations of Family Survivors of Suicide in Japan
T Oka, T Borkman
Studies on Social Work 37 (3), 168-183, 2011
92011
Qualitative social work research in the Asia-Pacific region
R Munford, T Oka, M Desai
Qualitative Social Work 8 (4), 419-425, 2009
82009
日本のセルフヘルプグループの基本的要素 「まじわり」「ひとりだち」「ときはなち」(日本社会福祉学会第 40 回大会記念特集号)
岡知史
社会福祉学 33 (2), 118-136, 1992
71992
セルフヘルプグループの概念をめぐって: 欧米の代表的な概念の研究を参照しながら
岡知史
社会福祉学 31 (1), 103-127, 1990
61990
Self-Help Groups in Japan: Historical Development and Current Issues
T Oka
International Journal of Self-Help & Self-Care 7 (2), 2013
52013
Self-help groups for family survivors of suicide in Japan: For empowerment, not grief care
T Oka, S Tanaka, H Ake, S Kuwabara
Proceedings of 21st Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference, 526-533, 2011
52011
Serufu Herupu Gurupu: Wakachiai, Hiroridachi, Tokihanachi [Self-Help Groups: Sharing, Independence, and Emancipation]
T Oka
Tokyo: Seiwa Shoten, 1999
51999
The diversity of indigenous wisdom on grief: Exploring social work approaches to bereavement
T Oka, NAM Hussin, AS Hagström
IAFOR International Conference on the Social Sciences, Honolulu, HI, USA …, 2017
42017
"New Life" model of a Japanese self-help group for alcoholics
T Oka
Sophia University Studies in Social Services 35, 16-35, 2011
42011
Danshu-no-michi,“The Way of Abstinence”: Japanese cultural-spiritual model of alcohol abstinence developed by alcoholics' self-help groups
T Oka
Sophia University Studies in Social Services 37, 5-30, 2013
22013
Action research for developing a worldview of self-help groups of the family survivors of suicide in Japan
T Oka
fist European Conference for Social Work Research, Oxford, England on March …, 2011
22011
“We Don’t Need Grief Care,” Say Some Family Survivors of Suicide
T Oka, S Tanaka, H Ake
Chiiki Hoken, 21-25, 2010
22010
Do members of self-help groups in Japan consider the medicalisation of their problems and conditions to have liberated them or pathologised them? Three case studies
T Oka, M Hayashi
Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: The Agenda …, 2010
22010
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