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The groundbreaking new text for culturally competent social work practice
In Multicultural Social Work Practice, author Derald Wing Sue, one of the most prominent and respected pioneers in diversity research and practice, explores and synthesizes the important theoretical, political, and philosophical concepts related to cultural competence in the field of social work. This comprehensive yet practical text offers students definitive guidance on culturally sensitive social work practice.
This important new work challenges the reader to consider the different worldviews of a highly diversified population, and achieve cultural competence through increased awareness, knowledge, and skills. It provides specific definitions of multiculturalism, cultural competence, and multicultural social work that clearly guide discussion, analysis, and debate. It also highlights the sociopolitical and social justice aspects of effective practice, and closely examines how social work theories, concepts, and practices are often rooted in and reflective of the values of the dominant society.
Multicultural Social Work Practice features sections on:
* Conceptual dimensions of multicultural social work practice
* The political dimensions of social work practice
* Racial/cultural identity development—social work implication
* The practice dimensions of multicultural social work
* Systemic and ecological perspectives of multicultural social work
* Profiles in culturally competent care for diverse populations
In addition to the aforementioned coverage, this innovative text features unique chapters on barriers to effective practice, cultural styles in intervention strategies, and indigenous healing strategies. It also employs generous clinical and real-life examples to illustrate important concepts.
A lively, provocative guidebook that challenges traditional social work practice, and featuring a foreword by Monica McGoldrick, Multicultural Social Work Practice is a benchmark text for students of social work, professional social workers, and others in the helping professions.
PART I: THE CONCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS OF MULTICULTURAL SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE.
Chapter 1. Principles and Assumptions of Multicultural Social Work Practice.
Chapter 2. Becoming Culturally Competent in Social Work Practice.
PART II: THE POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAKL WORK PRACTICE.
Chapter 3. Understanding the Sociopolitical Implications of Oppression in Social Work Practice.
Chapter 4. Sociopolitical Dimensions of Worldviews.
PART III: RACIAL/CULTURAL IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT: SOCIAL WORK IMPLICATIONS.
Chapter 5. Racial/Cultural Minority Identity Development.
Chapter 6. White Racial Identity Development.
PART IV: THE PRACTICE DIMENSIONS OF MULTICULTURAL SOCIAL WORK.
Chapter 7. Barriers to Effective Multicultural Clinical Practice.
Chapter 8. Cultural Styles in Multicultural Intervention Strategies.
Chapter 9. Multicultural Family Counseling and Therapy.
Chapter 10. Non-Western Indigenous Methods of Healing.
PART V: SYSTEMIC AND ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES OF MULTICULTURAL SOCIAL WORK.
Chapter 11. Multicultural Organizational Change and Social Justice.
Chapter 12. Profiles of Culturally Competent Care with African Americans, Asian American and Native American Populations.
Chapter 13. Profiles of Culturally Competent Care with Biracial/Multiracial, Latino/Hispanic and Immigrant Populations.
Chapter 14. Profiles of Culturally Competent Care with Women, Sexual Minorities, Elderly and those with Disabilities.