Key Words in Multicultural Interventions: A Dictionary

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Greenwood Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1999 - Education - 306 pages
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An essential resource for those interested in multicultural issues, this dictionary presents common terms used in multicultural counseling and research. The terms are not only denotatively defined, but connotations are also included, as well as historical information and important writings about the terms. The dictionary is thus not only a straightforward compendium of definitions, but also a resource for further investigation.

This is intended to be a resource for those interested in the area of multiculturalism. Important publications investigating and/or explicating these terms are also discussed and referenced. Moreover, authors define these terms with a point of view; many terms are defined in a manner that connects them with perspectives commonly expressed by scholars and practitioners in the field. Thus, connotations are included as well as denotations of the terms.


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JEFFERY SCOTT MIO is Professor and Director of the M.S. Program in Psychology in the Behavioral Sciences Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona./e

JOSEPH E. TRIMBLE is Professor of Psychology at Western Washington University./e

PATRICIA ARREDONDO is Founder and President of Empowerment Workshops, Inc., Boston, MA./e

HAROLD E. CHEATHAM is Professor of Counseling and Educational Leadership and Dean of the College of Health, Education, and Human Development at Clemson University./e

DAVID SUE is Professor of Psychology and Chairperson of the Mental Health Counseling Program at Western Washington University./e

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