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Cross-Cultural Child Development for Social Workers (2nd Edition)

An Introduction

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Pages: 244
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03 January 2020

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03 January 2020

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26 October 2017

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This innovative text explains child development from a cross-cultural perspective. Using examples to illuminate key points, it considers a range of topics from attachment to identity and communication to socialization. This...

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This innovative text explains child development from a cross-cultural perspective. Using examples to illuminate key points, it considers a range of topics from attachment to identity and communication to socialization. This is essential reading for social workers at all stages of their careers who want to develop culturally sensitive practice.

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Features new material on identity development and Muslim youth, this will include radicalisation

Gives practitioners in UK a route into extensive but often hard to access US research information

One of the few texts that offers a critique and alternative to traditional Western approaches to Social Work

1. Introduction
2. Attachment Theory: Cross Cultural Perspectives
3. Racial/Ethnic Identity Development
4. Cognitive Development: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
5. Communication: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
6. Socialization: Cultural/Racial Influences
7. Conclusion.

 

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Lena Robinson is Professor of Social Work and Human Services, Central Queensland University, Australia

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Lena Robinson is Professor of Social Work and Human Services, Central Queensland University, Australia

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