Encyclopaedia of Social Welfare in 21st Century (4 Vol)
This book provides a holistic study of the physical and mental health conditions that predominate among people from minorities. By presenting a thorough review of these people World cultural values, beliefs, and behaviours centering on health care and social work for them. This book is benefical for all those engaged in the upliftment for those people who assist people of color in state, country, and muncipal agencies, nonprofit organisations, hospitals, and nursing homes will be challenged to provide assistance to an increasing number of culturally diverse clients.
Dr. Vinod Rawat
Dr. Vinod Rawat has received Master Degree in social Science from the University of Wisconsin and Ph D in Social Work from York University in Toronto, Canada. His area of interest are Gender, Education, Minorities and health. He is a Member of Academy of Certified Social Workers (A.C.S.W.) and a Bard Certificate Expert in Traumatic Stress (B.C.E.T.S.) with a Board Certificate in Disability Trauma (B.C.D.T.). He has the experience of teaching and research guidance to PhD students consultancy in research and evaluation Projects. He is a associated with several publication and has written several articles on social welfare. He has been Honoured with many prestigious awards for social work practice and academic excellence. He has actively participated in various international conference on social work.
VOL. 1 Preface vii 1. Social work with Africans in the United States 1 2. Sociocultural Dimensions for Minority People 21 3. Social work with Cuban Americans 57 4. Cultural Understanding for Minorities 71 5. Social work With Mexican People 85 6. Counseling Incarcerated Clients 97 7. Counseling Asian Americans for Removing Disparities 115 8. Social work for Gender Identity 129 9. Practical Considerations and Working in Diversity 147 10. Portrait of a Minority for Welfare 157 11. Counseling Native Americans for Minorities 173 12. Americans Relationship with African Minorities 195 13. Counseling people with Physical Disabilities and Minorities 207 14. Cultural Diversity and health Care for Minorities 225 Bibliography 241 Index 245 VOL. 2 Preface vii 1. Social Work for old and Sick people 1 2. Charity, Social Workers and the Homeless People 15 3. Identity the Homeless People 47 4. Social Work for Homeless and Unemployed People 69 5. Social Work for Older People’s Eating Problems 95 6. Social Work for Homeless People 129 7. Changing Image for Homeless and Sick People 141 8. Improving Conditions for Homeless People 167 9. Social Service Network and the People Served 193 10. Social Work for Immigrants and Refugees 213 Bibliography 261 Index 267 VOL. 3 Preface vii 1. Social Work for Reinventing Child Care 1 2. Child Care as Public Agenda 33 3. Guiding Work for Successful marital Relations 49 4. Participation in social Policy for Child Welfare 81 5. Developing Learning Beyond the Campus for Child Development 99 6. Descreasing Placements of Child 117 7. Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse 133 8. Developing the University for Child benefit 153 9. Challenge in Helping for Child maltreatment 169 10. New Purpose and Function for Campus Based Children 179 11. Preventive Services for families at Risk 209 12. Philosophic and Practical Response for Children Welfare 237 13. Future of Children’s Services 261 14. Organizational Implications for Process Change 281 Bibliography 309 Index 315 VOL. 4 Preface vii 1. Social Work Education: Trends and Issues 1 2. Disability Law and Undergraduate Social Work Education 25 3. Effective Instruction in Social Work 61 4. Content and Learning Approaches 109 5. Admission and Retention for Social Work School 120 6. Task, Obstacles and Contracting in Social Work 135 7. Social Work Education in United States 173 8. Social Work Education in Canada 194 9. Social Work Education in France 217 10. Social Work Education in Asia and the Pacific 236 Bibliography 259 Index 265