Latino/Hispanic Liaisons and Visions for Human Behavior in the Social Environment.
By: Rivera, Felix G.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (235 p.).ISBN: 9781317971597.Subject(s): Hispanic Americans -- Social conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Latino/Hispanic Liaisons and Visions for Human Behavior in the Social EnvironmentDDC classification: 305.868073 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Latino/Hispanic Liaisons and Visions for Human Behavior in the Social Environment; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; The Social Ecology of Child Development in the Mexican American Population: Current Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives; Well-Being and Family Role Strains Among Cuban American and Puerto Rican Mothers of Adults with Mental Retardation; An Integral Model of Well-Being and Development and Its Implications for Helping Professions; The Adultification of Refugee Children: Implications for Cross-Cultural Social Work Practice
Latinos Participating in Multiethnic Coalitions to Prevent Substance Abuse: A Case StudyCulturally Competent Substance Abuse Treatment with Latinos; Latino Immigrants: Patterns of Survival; Voices of Hispanic Caribbean Women: Migration, Family and Work; Another Kind of Rainbow Politics; Creating a Latino/Hispanic Alliance: Eliminating Barriers to Coalition Building; Epilogue; Index
Add to your knowledge of Latino/Hispanic diversity, attitudes, behaviors, and experiences to provide more effective services!Latino-Hispanic Liaisons and Visions for Human Behavior in the Social Environment dispels pervasive historical and contemporary misconceptions and inaccuracies and highlights the diversity of Latino/Hispanic experiences to help you provide more effective services to those clients. As editors Torres and Rivera point out, "Literature on Latinos/Hispanics reflects a dysfunctional and myopic cultural view in which they are often depicted in stereotypic characteristics and as
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