4 edition of Social Work in a Multiracial Society (Issues in Social Work) found in the catalog.
Social Work in a Multiracial Society (Issues in Social Work)
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
The books in this collection cover many clinical social work topics in detail, but there are also books that take a more narrative approach to the subject matter. From textbooks to memoirs, these are books that every social worker should pick up at some point in their career. Sharon H. Chang’s inaugural book, Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children in a Post Racial World, lays out a blue print that outlines the history of white supremacy and how it has corrupted the way people treat each other, specifically Mixed Race/ Multiracial and Multiracial Asian develops an important foundation that provides a glimmer of hope for moving forward.
The book takes up key questions relating to the intersection of race-based policies, social welfare, education, and multiracial citizens, while drawing on tools and techniques from a range of fields to present a picture of where we’re at today and what possible steps are needed to create more effective and more inclusive policies in the future. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
Challenges of interracially married couples are explored as are the social and cultural issues related to parenting and child rearing of multiracial children in today's society. The results of biracial identity development research are translated into counseling practice with the children, adolescents, and adults in multiracial families. Assignment: Multiracial Discrimination Dalmage () writes, “Parents and teachers should be aware of the unique forms of discrimination faced by multiracial children and the White supremacist system in which discrimination flourishes” (p. ). As social workers, we should be aware of our own understanding of what it means to be multiracial in society.
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Social work in a multi-racial society. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, Vt., USA: Gower, © Multicultural Social Work Practice, Second Edition is filled with culturally appropriate intervention strategies for working with a diverse clientele and a primer for becoming aware of systemic forces affecting both their clients and by: 8.
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Through the phenomenological lens, we will expose the inherent duality in the work of social workers in a multi-cultural society: awareness to cultural codes and professional ethics. Multiracial Competence in Social Work: Recommendations for Culturally Attuned Work with Multiracial People Article (PDF Available) in Social work 56(3) July with Reads.
Diversity has become a keynote feature of our society and social workers are increasingly finding themselves working with clients from a multitude of backgrounds and cultures.
In order to work effectively with these groups and communities, it is imperative that they understand the significance of ethnicity and the ways in which it influences perceptions, behaviors, and responses to : Carole B.
Cox. Opportunities as a social worker in this field depend on multiracial competence and an ability to address race through a lens of cultural humility and awareness.
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) asserts that social workers should develop skills in areas such as ethics and values, leadership, self-awareness, cross-cultural knowledge, cross-cultural skills, empowerment, and advocacy. Social Work Books For Pms Pdf Social Work Books Social Work Bare Essentials 9th Edition Work Book Claire Hamilton: Irish Social Work And Social Care Law, Part 1 Social Justice Theory And Practice For Social Work - Lynelle Watts, David Hodgson Social Work Social Welfare And American Society 9th Edition Social Work, Social Welfare, And American Society Irish Social Work And Social.
Effective and ethical social-work practices with multiracial persons require expansion beyond the black–white dichotomy and monocentric paradigm of race to consider both strengths and vulnerabilities navigated by the increasing number of persons and families who identify as multiracial and by: 1.
This article summarizes recommendations following the domains of awareness, knowledge, and skills in the NASW Standards for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice (NASW, ) to support culturally attuned social work practice with multiracial people. For example, a social worker might work with a multiracial client on constructing his or her own labels or creating his or her own language to describe his or her identity in a positive and affirming way (for example, Mexipino--Mexican and Filipino) (Miville et al., ).
10 Books Every Social Worker Should Read. Ma by Gabriela Acosta Social workers are faced with helping clients and patients work through various issues — from substance abuse and depression to a lengthy adoption process and eating disorders. With so many resources online, it can be tough to find the best ones.
erald Wing Sue’s book. Multicultural Social Work Practice. reﬂects the most important underlying principles of social work.
These principles have too often been hidden from view by the power dynam-ics of our society. These individualistic and materialistic dynamics make it hard to think or operate in systemic ways that would allow us to be. Originally attainable in by Pearson, this release of Social Work, Social Welfare And American Society by Philip R.
Popple and Leslie Leighninger provides pages of high-level guidance, which is 16 pages added to its prior version: Social Work, Social Welfare and American Society. Counseling Multiracial Families expands and updates the extant professional literature on counseling multiracial people and families.
This book broadens the perspectives of helping service personnel on the historical background and the contemporary issues, needs, and strengths of the multiracial.
The NASW Press is a leading scholarly press in the social sciences. It serves faculty, practitioners, agencies, libraries, clinicians, and researchers throughout the United States and abroad. Known for attracting expert authors, the NASW Press delivers professional information to more thanreaders through its scholarly journals, books, and reference works.
This work provides empirical evidence of the social structure of multiracial identity, theorizes the role of appearance in multiracial identities, and provides thoughts on future directions. Rockquemore, K. A., D. Brunsma, and D. Delgado. Multicultural Perspectives on Race, Ethnicity, and Identity uses the perspectives of various scholars to investigate self and identity within the contexts of race, ethnicity, and oppression.
The book is editorialized by Elizabeth Pathy Salett, LCSW, president and founder of the National Multicultural Institute (NMCI) in Washington, DC, and Diane R. Koslow, PhD, a licensed psychologist and Cited by: 3. Helping clients find social support where their multiracial identities are supported can help them with healthy multiracial identity development, and provide a space to be able to frankly discuss their experiences with discrimination or microaggressions.
It is our hope that our work and experience confirms not only an appreciation for the complex reality we have inherited in the way race has been defined and used to organize social relations in this country, but that the reader might feel some optimism that the multiracial experience and perspective can offer a strategy for positive change.This text constructs a new way of thinking about social work based on contemporary social theory and taking into account recent changes in social work.
Working in a counter-tradition that is suspicious of a number of governing ideas and practices in social work, it draws on themes in the work of theorists such as Beck, Giddens, and Rose/5(6).
Multiracial Competence in Social Work: Recommendations for Culturally Attuned Work with Multiracial Individuals and Families, Social Work. Google Scholar Jacobs, JH () Identity Development in Biracial Children, in Root, MPP (ed) Racially Mixed People in America Newbury Park: SAGE, – Cited by: