Social work practice with minorities
This revised edition provides social work educators and students with the latest in theory and practice on social work with minorities, updating the research and materials on race, ethnicity, and culture. Burgest's aim is to enhance the student's knowledge base, sensitivity, and skills in direct practice with different racial, ethnic, and cultural groups in America. In almost thirty articles, over twenty contributors represent varied racial and ethnic groups in America.
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