Culturally Grounded Social Work Second Edition

The second edition of Diversity, Oppression & Change targets the theory-based concepts related to oppression and privilege so that readers can learn to appropriately address the deep impact of historically based oppression for certain groups and communities.   New in this edition is a chapter on cultural and social determinants of well-being; a global focus, including extensive coverage of Canadian content and discussion of anti-oppressive practice (AOP); content on identity theory and expanded content on LGBTQ issues.   Included are expansive Notes from the Field with concrete examples of culturally prescribed norms, behaviors, beliefs and experiences.  Purchase through Lyceum Books, Inc.