173 Dafoe Rd
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada
Dr. Gosek's research focuses on Indigenous approaches to research and social work practice. Her research interest includes:
Gosek, G. & Bennett, M. (2012). A day’s discourse among Indigenous scholars and practitioners’ about Indigenous child welfare in Canada. In D. Fuchs, S. McKay, & I. Brown (Eds.), Awakening the spirit: Voices from the prairies. Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Research Centre Press.
Gosek, G., Wright, A & Hiebert-Murphy, D. (2007).Supporting Aboriginal Children and Youth with Learning and Behavioural Disabilities in the Care of Aboriginal Child Welfare Agencies. In I. Brown, F. Chaze, D. Fuchs, J. Lafrance, S. McKay, and S. Thomas-Prokop (Eds) Putting a Human Face on Child Welfare: Voices from the Prairies (pp.147 -160). Regina: Prairie Child Welfare Consortium. www.uregina.ca/spr/prairechild/index.html Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare www.cecw-cepb.ca
Wright, A., Hiebert-Murphy, D. & Gosek, G. (2005). Final Report: Supporting Aboriginal Children and Youth with Learning and Behavioural Disabilities in the Care of Aboriginal Child Welfare Agencies. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba, Faculty of Social Work.