International Perspectives on Social Work: Global Conditions and Local Practice
This book argues the necessity for social professionals working locally to equip themselves with knowledge of global mechanisms and cross-cultural issues. Local level examples include the increase in victims of trafficking or the effects of HIV/AIDS on some immigrant groups. International examples include the risk to children moving across borders, the growth of international pedophile networks, and the proliferation of terrorism.
Specifications of International Perspectives on Social Work: Global Conditions and Local Practice
|Author||Karen Lyons, Kathleen Manion, Mary Carlsen|
|Number Of Pages||232|
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