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Human behavior theory and social work practice with marginalized oppressed populations / Roberta R. Greene, Michael Wright, Melvin Herring, Nicole Dubus, and Taunya Wright.

Author/Creator:
Greene, Roberta R. (Roberta Rubin), 1940- author.
Publication:
New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Format/Description:
Book
xviii, 151 pages : illustrations; 23 cm
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Subjects:
Social service.
Social work with minorities.
Human behavior.
Contents:
The RESM: a culturally sensitive model of social work practice
Narrative theory, the culturally sensitive RESM interview, and the helping process
Risk and resilience theory : an outcome approach
RESM assessment and intervention : ecological and systems theory
Social work and social justice : groups, organizations, and social movements
A presenting problem, a family, and a marginalized community : applying the RESM
The RESM : an African American client with dementia and his caregivers
Educational resilience, school stressors, and the RESM of school social work practice
Resettling as a forced migrant : applying the RESM
Improving police-community relations : creating a third space for cultural inclusion
Chronic stress in U.S. indigenous communities : the RESM and the relational-self approach
Grand narratives : building community and global resilience
Epilogue: The ecology of Lake Hula.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Anne and Joseph Trachtman Memorial Book Fund.
Contributor:
Wright, Michael.
Herring, Melvin.
Dubus, Nicole.
Wright, Taunya.
Anne and Joseph Trachtman Memorial Book Fund.
Other format:
Online version: Greene, Roberta R. (Roberta Rubin), 1940- author. Human behavior theory and social work practice with marginalized oppressed populations
ISBN:
9781138593862
1138593869
9781138593909
1138593907
9780429489198
OCLC:
1089879256