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Understanding Race Ethnicity And Power

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Author: Elaine Pinderhughes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0029253411
Size: 72.29 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Psychology
Languages : en
Pages : 269
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Book Description: For practitioners and students seeking to deepen cultural sensitivity in clinical practice, this book examines the ethnic diversity of clients. It reveals the pervasive influence of race, ethnicity and power on the practitioner's own identity and interactions with others - clients, peers, subordinates and superiors.


The Convergence Of Race Ethnicity And Gender

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Author: Tracy L. Robinson
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
Size: 56.71 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Category : Education
Languages : en
Pages : 338
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Book Description: For courses in Multicultural Counseling or as a supplement in Intro to Counseling courses, or Multicultural Psychology courses. This cutting edge text recognizes that the identities that comprise people's lives are simultaneous and intersecting. It does not limit multicultural counseling to race, ethnicity, and culture, but examines the subject within the context of the multiple selves that exist in all people. The only book of its kind authored by African-American women, it moves beyond traditional methods of counseling to embrace feminist and diversity theories, methods, and techniques. By interjecting humor and fascinating stories, the authors have created an insightful, often provocative text that offers relevant suggestions for evolving into a competent multicultural counselor.


Race Ethnicity And Self

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Author: Elizabeth Pathy Salett
Publisher: NMCI Publications
ISBN:
Size: 22.74 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Ethnicity
Languages : en
Pages : 223
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Book Description: Educators, mental health professionals & social service providers will welcome this unique study of the impact of race, ethnicity & a sense of self on the development of individual identity in the U.S.'s increasingly multicultural society at the end of the 20th century. Beverly Tatum, Department of Psychology & Education at Mount Holyoke College states, "...the discussion of racial/ethnic identity development is expanded beyond the parameters of Black & White to include several groups of color underrepresented in the psychology of literature. Researchers & practitioners alike will want to add this book to their library." Theory & research is presented about African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, Whites, Puerto Ricans & Vietnamese Amerasians. Paul Pedersen, Professor of Counselor Education at Syracuse University, comments, "...the book provides a thoughtful & stimulating basis for classroom discussion in courses related to identity issues." Sections of the book focus on Society & Self: A Theoretical Framework; Issues of Dominance in Identity Development; & Identity & Biraciality. Treatment approaches are suggested in several chapters. For information or orders contact the National Multicultural Institute, 300 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 438, Washington, DC 20008. (202) 483-0700 or FAX (202) 483-5233.


Families In Society

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Size: 28.72 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Family services
Languages : en
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Race Ethnicity And Power In Ecuador

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Author: Karem Roitman
Publisher: First Forum Press
ISBN:
Size: 14.37 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 319
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Book Description: "How do today's Latin American elites understand and relate to ideas of power, race, ethnicity, and mestizaje? And what impact does that understanding have on the dynamics of socioeconomic development in ethnically mixed societies? Focusing on the case of Ecuador - a country struggling to recast its mestizo identity in the aftermath of dramatic indigenous uprisings - Karem Roitman reveals how the urban upper classes represent their ethnicity in ways that both hide discriminatory practices and impede social and economic mobility for the 'other'. This book also reveals how Ecuador's urban upper classes represent their mestizo identity in ways that both hide discriminatory practices and impede social and economic mobility for the 'other'."--Publisher description.


Race Ethnicity And Power In The Renaissance

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Author: Joyce Green MacDonald
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 71.19 MB
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Category : Drama
Languages : en
Pages : 187
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Book Description: This book is a collection of essays addressing the subjects of race and racial difference in English Renaissance culture. Working from historicist, materialist, and feminist perspectives, reading texts as well as cultural practices, the authors present a detailed and sophisticated understanding of early modern views of what race meant. Beyond the question of how race was useful to English self-fashioning, the essays in this book are also concerned with how the practices of English culture helped endow notions of race with meaning. The authors here have assembled suggestive evidence of how race emerged from economics, technology, dramatic performance and popular culture, as well as how it was presented in more traditional kinds of literary evidence. That evidence is broad; although most of the essays here are centrally concerned with a single Shakespearean play, those plays are textualized within rich webs of racial discourse from the classical as well as the Renaissance world. The essays juxtapose noncanonical drama with these Shakespearean plays and, in one case, devote major attention to a work outside a traditionally conceived canon of Renaissance literature. The effect is to emphasize the breadth and pervasiveness of racial discourse, the rich resourcefulness enabling its production.


Pathways To Multicultural Counseling Competence

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Author: Bea Wehrly
Publisher: Thomson Brooks/Cole
ISBN:
Size: 66.44 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Category : Psychology
Languages : en
Pages : 280
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Book Description: Using this book's process approach to developing multicultural awareness, knowledge, and skills, you'll examine yourself as a racial and cultural being and learn how to develop the competence you need for successful multicultural counseling. You'll find nine current racial and ethnic identity development models, as well as guidelines you can use in applying each to multicultural counseling; a lifespan approach to ethnic identity formation, including a unique section on the ethnic identity development of children; guidelines for cross-cultural counseling of people of color by whites and cross-cultural counseling of whites by people of color; multicultural counseling guidelines for the Counseling Practicum student and counseling intern as well as for the Counseling Practicum supervisor and supervisors of counseling interns; the latest conceptual developments in the field of multicultural counseling - integrated with case studies - including the groundbreaking work of Phinney, Cross, Helms, and many others; examples, exercises, case studies, and vignettes that will help you develop your multicultural counseling competence; a chapter describing multicultural counseling in 22 countries; and comprehensive coverage of the history of multicultural counseling in the United States.


The Urban League Review

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Author: National Urban League. Research Department
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 71.22 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Category : African Americans
Languages : en
Pages :
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Readings

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Size: 10.31 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Mental health
Languages : en
Pages :
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Group Work With Overwhelmed Clients

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Author: June G. Hopps
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 29.89 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Psychology
Languages : en
Pages : 205
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Book Description: This handbook will aid social service agency administrators, clinicians, and paraprofessionals as they explore group therapy for poor and oppressed populations in order to deal with addiction, gang membership, and the stresses of disease or recent immigration, as well as to improve job preparation, parenting, and sex education.