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Social Work Practice with Culturally Diverse People

Social Work Practice with Culturally Diverse People

January 2014 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Social Work With Culturally Diverse People addresses the ambivalent and ambiguous changes in society, which have conditioned and constrained the willingness, ability, and efforts of social workers to provide culturally competent services to those different from mainstream society. Each major disadvantaged group is studied.
Cultural Diversity and Social Work Practice
Essentials of Culturally Competent Social Work Practice
Understanding and Working with Latino Americans
Understanding and Working with African Americans
Understanding and Working with Asian Americans
Understanding and Working with Native Americans
Understanding and Working with Bi-Racial/Mixed Race Americans

Surjit Singh Dhooper

Surjit Singh Dhooper is Professor Emeritus at the College of Social Work, University of Kentucky. His professional experience, spread over more than 40 years, includes both practice and teaching. He did clinical as well as administrative and community organizational work in health care settings for 18 years and taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels for about 25 years. He also held academic administrative positions such as Director of Ph.D. Program and Director of Graduate Studies in the College of Social Work. He was closely associated with the work of the Human Development Institute and Sanders Brown Center on Aging of the... More About Author

Sharon E. Moore

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