Diversity, Oppression, and Change: Culturally Grounded Social Work
Diversity, Oppression, and Change explores the relationship between cultural diversity, oppression, and social change and their implications for the social work profession and allied fields. The culturally grounded perspective describes specific ways of helping and integrates these methods into social work practice, policy, and research. This book moves beyond cultural awareness to provide a theoretical framework, a comprehensive review of methods, and applied case studies as tools for integrating essential knowledge about the cultural backgrounds of communities and clients into everyday interactions.
Specifications of Diversity, Oppression, and Change: Culturally Grounded Social Work
|Author||Flavio Francisco Marsiglia, Stephen Kulis|
|Publisher||Lyceum Books, Inc.|
|Number Of Pages||400|
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