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Ethnicity and Social Work Practice is careful to avoid the twin traps of stereotyping or ignoring the importance of ethnicity, presenting a comprehensive conceptual framework useful to both students and practitioners. As the text links substantive themes to the ethnic perspective, it underscores the critical role ethnicity plays in social work practice, making it a significant contribution to courses in social work practice, cultural diversity, and human behavior in the social environment.
1. Setting the Stage: Ethnicity in American Society
2. Ethnicity and Social Work Practice with Individuals
3. Ethnicity and Social Work with Groups
4. Ethnicity and Families
5. Ethnicity and Communities
6. Ethnicity and Social Services
7. Ethnicity and Health
8. Ethnicity and Social Welfare Policy
Posted November 23, 2014
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