Serving Diverse Constituencies: Applying the Ecological Perspectives

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Roberta Rubin Greene, Marie Watkins
Transaction Publishers - 376 pagine
Explores how social workers have used the theoretical perspective of the ecosystem to provide culturally competent social work services in a number of fields and practice settings, and tells how to conduct ecologically and culturally sensitive research and social policy initiatives. Themes of health and well-being, resilience, bicultural competence, and empowerment are addressed. Topics include provision of services to older adults within an ecological perspective, and marriage enrichment programs for African-Americans. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Ecological Perspective Meeting the Challenge of Practice with Diverse Populations
1
Diversity Defined
29
The Ecological Perspective Diversity and Culturally Competent Social Work Practice
63
Culturally Relevant Practice Addressing the Psychosocial Dynamics of Oppression
97
Children in the Child Welfare System An Ecological Approach
113
Against All Odds An Ecological Approach to Developing Resilience in Elementary School Children
135
Youth Development Principles and Field Practicum Opportunities
167
Provision of Services to Older Adults within an Ecological Perspective
199
Culturally Sound Mental Health Services Ecological Interventions
221
Marriage Enrichment Programs for AfricanAmericans
241
Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
263
Culturally Competent Research Protocols
285
Culturally Sensitive Policy
305
Ecological Approach to Families Living with HIV Disease
325
Index
367
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