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Title Multicultural issues in social work : practice and research / edited by Patricia L. Ewalt .. [and others] ; with a foreword by Paula Allen-Meares..

Publication Info. Washington, DC : NASW Press, [1999]


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  362.84 M961M    Check Shelf
Description xvii, 709 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents A constructivist perspective on clinical social work practice with ethnically diverse clients -- Differential effects of racial composition on male and female groups: implications for group work practice -- Marital conflict management -- Challenging privilege through Africentric social work practice -- Afrocentricity -- Culturally informed social work practice with American Indian clients -- Indigenous people in a multicultural society -- Toward a values-based approach
to multicultural social work research -- Navigating two cultures: deaf children, self-esteem, and parents' communication patterns -- Promoting same-race adoption for children of color -- Mediation in kinship care -- Reducing racism in schools -- Linking schools, human services, and community: a Puerto Rican Perspective -- Promoting the educational achievement of Mexican American young women -- Puerto Rican elementary school-age children: assistance with homework as an
indicator of natural support strengths -- Violence among urban African American youths --Turning points in the lives of young inner-city men forgoing destructive criminal behaviors -- Murals in Latino communities -- "Gathering the spirit" at First Baptist Church -- Politically correct or culturally competent? -- Alternative health practices in ethnically diverse rural areas -- Promoting breast cancer screening in rural, African American communities -- Mothers'
satisfaction with medical care: perceptions of racism, family stress, and medical outcomes in children with diabetes -- Immunization among African American children -- Asian and Pacific Islander cultural values -- Health care needs of medically underserved women of color: the role of the Bureau of Primary Health Care --The Well: a neighborhood-based health promotion model for black women -- Racial differences in discharge planning -- Navajo elderly people in a
reservation nursing home: admission predictors and culture care practices -- Puerto Rican sons as primary caregivers of elderly parents -- Making the case for culturally appropriate services: Puerto Rican elders and their caregivers -- Cultural diversity and mental health: the Haudenosaunee of New York State -- Depression among elderly Chinese immigrants -- Help-seeking among Asian and Pacific Americans -- American Indian perspectives on addiction and recovery -- Women
living with HIV/AIDS: the dual challenge of being a patient and a caregiver -- Psychological and spiritual growth in women living with HIV -- Exploring AIDS-related knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of female Mexican migrant workers -- Methodological considerations in surveying Latina AIDS caregivers -- HIV/AIDS in a Puerto Rican/Dominican community -- Children with HIV/AIDS and their families: a successful social work intervention based on the culturally specific
health care model -- AIDS protection and contraception among African American, Hispanic, and white women -- Immigrant policy -- African immigrants in the United States: the challenge for research and practice -- Refugee children: how are they faring economically as adults -- The influence of pre-emigration and postemigration stressors on mental health: a study of Southeast Asian refugees -- Income, language, and citizenship status: factors affecting the health care
access and utilization of Chinese Americans -- Resettlement.
Subject Social service -- United States.
Multiculturalism -- United States.
Added Author Ewalt, Patricia L.
ISBN 0871013029
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