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Working With African American Males [electronic resource] : A Guide to Practice

Author/Creator:
Davis, Larry E.
Publication:
Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications, 1998.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (409 p.)
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African American men -- Family relationships. (search)
African American men -- Health and hygiene. (search)
African American men -- Mental health. (search)
African American men -- Social conditions. (search)
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Electronic books.
Summary:
This volume examines special issues associated with providing services and guidance to African American men. Although this group of men is like any other in its struggle with its social and economic problems, African American men experience a higher rate of murder, imprisonment, unemployment and racism. The contributors to this book provide a broad, interdisciplinary view of the possible solutions to the different problems facing African American men.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Acknowledgment; Introduction; Part I - Mental Health; Chapter 1 - Therapeutic Support Groups for African American Men; Chapter 2 - Group Work with Sexually Abused African American Boys; Chapter 3 - Psychiatric Treatment of Older African American Males; Chapter 4 - Counseling African American Men; Chapter 5 - Responding to the Needs of the Gay Male Client; Part II - Health; Chapter 6 - Prostate Cancer in African American Men: Thoughts on Psychosocial Interventions; Chapter 7 - Working with African American Males with Diabetes
Chapter 8 - Reducing Risk Taking Among African American MalesPart III - Education; Chapter 9 - African American Males: Their Status, Educational Plight, and the Possibilities for Their Future; Chapter 10 - Mapping School Violence with Students, Teachers, and Administrators; Chapter 11 - Getting African American Male Students on Track; Chapter 12 - Meeting the Educational Needs of Homeless and Highly Mobile African American Males; Chapter 13 - The Education of Adolescent Black Males: Connecting Self-Esteem to Human Dignity; Part IV - Familial Relations
Chapter 14 - Family Practice with African American MalesChapter 15 - Culturally Sensitive Interventions with African American Teenage Fathers; Chapter 16 - Working with Incarcerated African American Males and Their Families; Chapter 17 - Working in Groups with African American Men Who Batter; Part V - Gangs, Risky Behavior, and Delinquency; Chapter 18 - Gang Prevention and Intervention with African American Males; Chapter 19 - Preventing Delinquency Among African American Males; Chapter 20 - Delivering Comprehensive Services to High-Risk African American Males
Part VI - Employment and Economic SecurityChapter 21 - Career Counseling with African American Male College Students; Chapter 22 - Employment for Young African American Males: Where the Jobs are and What Employers Want; Chapter 23 - Building Assets Among African American Males; References; Index; About the Editor; About the Contributors
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Description based upon print version of record.
ISBN:
1-4833-2845-7
1-4522-5139-8
OCLC:
809774001