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Multicultural and international approaches in social work practice : an intercultural perspective

Author: Kui-Hee Song
Publisher: Lanham : Hamilton Books/An imprint of Rowman and Littlefield, [2016] ©2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book presents an intercultural perspective of social work education, practice, and research with culturally-linguistically-relationally underprivileged minority groups in the local and global communities, to show how the synthesis of theories from postmodern social constructionism, multiculturalism, and international organization empowerment can be applied when working with Asian immigrant families.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Multicultural and international approaches in social work practice
Lanham : Hamilton Books/An imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, [2016]
(DLC) 2016944958
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kui-Hee Song
ISBN: 9780761868248 0761868240
OCLC Number: 960737379
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Revised and enlarged version of Beyond multiculturalism in social work practice / Kui-Hee Song. Lanham, MD : University Press of America, Incorporated, ©2004.
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 482 pages)
Contents: Part I. What are you getting into in an intercultural world? --
Chapter 1. Introduction to multicultural international approaches in the social work profession: an intercultural perspective --
Chapter 2. Introduction to postmodernist multicultural practice with culturally and linguistically diverse groups --
Chapter 3. Culturally and linguistically diverse people within the scope of postmodernist multicultural practice --
Chapter 4. Theoretical perspectives of child abuse treatment and prevention --
Part II. Social work practice with culturally-linguistically diverse people --
Chapter 5. Korean-Americans as a culturally and linguistically diverse group --
Chapter 6. Korean-American families suffering from child abuse --
Chapter 7. Description of the case study: a Korean immigrant family --
Chapter 8. Clinical change process: child abuse narratives --
Chapter 9. Clinical change process: communicable multiple meaning-making of child abuse: illuminating cultural-linguistic meanings --
Chapter 10. Therapeutic context of professional helping as a dialogical conversation --
Chapter 11. Cultural significance of Korean "Han" transformation: lamenting entangled life as a relationship healing process --
Chapter 12. Implications for culturally-linguistically competent practice --
Part III. Social work approaches to multicultural world: case studies --
Chapter 13. A case study of a Ming Chinese immigrant Buddhist older adult --
Chapter 14. Japanese practice with kamishibai storytelling --
Part IV. Mutual development model of intercultural social work education abroad program --
Chapter 15. Current status and future challenges of South Korea's multicultural family policy: focusing on multicultural families with marriage immigrants --
Chapter 16. Multicultural social work education curriculum design and content, and multicultural professional workforce training and polity in mental health field: the United States of America --
Chapter 17. Need assessment study of international health and human services education --
Chapter 18. Planning process of intercultural human services learning abroad program --
Chapter 19. Implementation of intercultural human services learning abroad program --
Chapter 20. Sustainability of intercultural human services learning abroad program --
Chapter 21. Closing thoughts: what does the future hold as more intercultural issues of social-economic justice and human rights intersect with social work values, knowledge, and practice? --
Appendices: A. Syllabus for Social Work 498: International experience for human services: Summer 2015 ; B. Application packet.
Responsibility: Kui-Hee Song.

Abstract:

This book presents an intercultural perspective of social work education, practice, and research with culturally-linguistically-relationally underprivileged minority groups in the local and global communities, to show how the synthesis of theories from postmodern social constructionism, multiculturalism, and international organization empowerment can be applied when working with Asian immigrant families.

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