3 edition of Social work and African-centred worldviews found in the catalog.
Social work and African-centred worldviews
Includes bibliographical references.
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Facets of social work, sociology, criminology, criminal justice, and psychology are skillfully woven together. Because the book is so extensive and intertwines so many viewpoints, most readers should find it an excellent resource. Also, the book is filled with up-to-the-minute facts and statistics. The focus on comparative research is s: 3. Rik Pinxten, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), The Notion of Worldview. The literature on worldviews leaves one with a feeling of uneasiness. On the one hand some philosophers and scholars in religious studies claim that the progressively scattered field of knowledge of the twentieth century points to the importance of worldview as a.
The African-Centred Worldview: Developing a Paradigm for Social Work The African-Centred Worldview: Developing a Paradigm for Social Work MEKADA J. GRAHAM is a freelance social worker/consultant and holds a Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Hertfordshire, England. She has considerable experience and expertise in social work education, . Client System Assessment Tools for Social Work Practice Jane Wenger Clemens, MSW In generalist social work practice client system assessment is an ongoing social work skill used knowledge of clients’ worldviews, having interventions strategies and culturally alert skills. (, p .
Mekada Graham’s books. Mekada Graham Average rating: 1 rating 0 reviews 4 distinct works. Black issues in social work and social care. it was Social Work And African Centred Worldviews. avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read 5/5(1). Working with worldviews is a powerful way to improve our communications, collaborations, and strategies, as well as to foster creativity and innovation. It helps us to ‘think out of the box’, and become more aware of the box we usually operate from. It helps us to understand our organizational culture and improve and empower it.
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Get this from a library. Social work and African-centred worldviews. [Mekada Graham]. Social Work and African-Centred Worldviews by Mekada Graham,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A broad base of information and discussion of the African-centred worldview and the development of African-centred perspectives in social work is explored.
African-centred perspectives in social work challenge the profession to express its core principles of equality, social justice and self-determination in embracing alternative worldviews and paradigms as legitimate and valid bases for social work theory Cited by: centers on the core principles of social work-social justice, equal-ity and self-determination--essential ingredients of all social work interventions, yet values which, it is argued, cannot be actualized when the social work knowledge base is dominated by a Eurocen-tric worldview.
The African-centered worldview challenges social work to. Alexis A. Taylor; Social Work and African‐centred Worldviews, Mekada Graham, Birmingham, Venture Press,pp. xiii +ISBN 1 4, £, The BAuthor: Alexis A. Taylor. The African-Centered Worldview: Toward a Paradigm Social work and African-centred worldviews book Social Work Show all authors.
Mekada J. Graham. Valves of social work in the context of British society in conflict with anti-racism. CD Project Steering Group (Eds.), Setting the context for change. African centred paradigm. The Drum, 2(1), Google by: Buy Social Work and African-Centred Worldviews by Mekada Graham from Waterstones today.
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Barker () defines worldview as the way a person tends to understand his or her relationship with social institutions, nature, objects, other people and spirituality.
The African-centred or Afrocentric worldview is, according to Asante (), one that is based on African cultural beliefs. the african worldview as the basis of practice in the helping professions This paper endeavours to point out some of the specific elements that constitute the African worldview that both educators and practitioners in the helping professions should be aware of when providing social casework/counselling services to African people.
counselling with clients whose worldviews are different from those of the counsellor and focuses on the impact of the client’s worldviews on psychological well-being, psychological ill health and the resolution of psychological problems.
Psychological well-being, ill health and counselling were discussed from a Western perspective. foundation ones that underpin an African-centred worldview are: interconnectedness of all things and beings; the spiritual nature of human beings; collective/individual identity and the collective.
African-centred perspectives in social work challenge the profession to express its core principles of equality, social justice and self-determination in embracing alternative worldviews and. Order books on social work. Social Work and African-centred Worldviews.
£ One of the consistent features of social work education has been the dearth of social work texts, which consider and address diverse worldviews and social philosophies as a theoretical base for models of social work.
African-centered social work offers a set of principles upon which to develop a culturally competent response to domestic violence as experienced by African American families Cited by: Schiele () in human services and the Afrocentric paradigm and Graham () in Social work and African-centred world views have made solid cases for the approach.
These two book sand the authors' other related work refer to social work in the United States and Britain by: 1.
A broad base of information and discussion of the African-centred worldview and the development of African- centred perspectives in social work is explored. African-centred perspectives in social work challenge the profession to express its core principles of equality, social justice and self-determination in embracing alternative worldviews Author: Ani Casimir, Ejiofor Samuel.
This paper re-examines the contours of anti-racist social work to explore the connections between anti-racist social work and African-centred worldviews. The author argues that sources of oppression are not confined to social work institutions and its operations, but also relate to the nature of social work by: 8.
Social Work and African-centred Worldviews One of the consistent features of social work education has been the dearth of social work texts, which consider and address diverse worldviews and social philosophies as a theoretical base for models of social work practice.
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