Aims to help students and practitioners understand how social workers have used human behavior theories to more competently address variations in group and community membership within the social worker-client encounter. This book explores how particular assumptions of human behavior theory are used to answer issues related to cultural diversity.
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|Date Published||Dec 1994|
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