Table of contents for Developing cross-cultural competence : a guide for working with children and their families / edited by Eleanor W. Lynch, and Marci J. Hanson.


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About the Editors
About the Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments
For the Reader

PART I INTRODUCTION

  1. Diversity in Service Settings
    Marci J. Hanson
  2. Conceptual Framework: From Culture Shock to Cultural Learning
    Eleanor W. Lynch
  3. Developing Cross-Cultural Competence
    Eleanor W. Lynch

PART II CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES

  1. Families with Anglo-European Roots
    Marci J. Hanson
  2. Families with American Indian Roots
    Jennie R. Joe and Randi Suzanne Malach
  3. Families with African American Roots
    Tawara D. Goode, Wendy Jones, and Vivian Jackson
  4. Families with Latino Roots
    Maria E. Zuniga
  5. Families with Asian Roots
    Sam Chan and Deborah Chen
  6. Families with Filipino Roots
    Rosa Milagros Santos and Sam Chan
  7. Families with Native Hawaiian and Samoan Roots
    Noreen Mokuau and Pemerika Tauili'ili
  8. Families with Middle Eastern Roots
    Virginia-Shirin Sharifzadeh
  9. Families with South Asian Roots
    Namita Jacob

Postlude Children of Many Songs: Diversity within the Family
Eleanor W. Lynch and Marci J. Hanson

PART III SUMMARY AND IMPLICATIONS

  1. Steps in the Right Direction: Implications for Service Providers
    Eleanor W. Lynch and Marci J. Hanson

Suggested Readings and Resources

Author Index
Subject Index




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social work with children with disabilities -- United States -- Cross-cultural studies.
Family services -- United States -- Cross-cultural studies.
Minorities -- United States.