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ERIC Number: ED099444
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 83
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Black Perspectives on Social Work Education: Issues Related to Curriculum, Faculty, and Students.
Council on Social Work Education, New York, NY.
This monograph represents the continued efforts of the Council on Social Work Education to give major attention to issues related to ethnic minorities in social work education. The papers included were compiled from a variety of sources: three were presented at the Council's 1973 Annual Program Meeting; one was a paper originally presented at the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education Workshop on Faculty Development; one was an outgrowth of two seminars on minority groups and social work education sponsored by the Council; one was orginally presented at a faculty workshop; and one was solicited specifically for this publication. These papers are: (1) "Can Social Work Education Prepare Practitioners to Contribute to a Cogent Challenge to American Racism?", June Brown; (2) "Integrating Minority Content into the Social Work Curriculum: A Model Based on Black Perspective and Principles," Jay Chunn; (3) "Increasing Minority Enrollment in a Predominantly White University," Ethel H. Hall; (4) "Eliminating Racial Barriers in Schools of Social Work: A Conceptual Framework," Phillip H. Kramer and Samuel O. Miller; (5) "Ethnic Content in Field Instruction," James W. Leigh; (6) "Toward a Rationale and Guidelines for the Study of Minority Groups and Communities in Social Work Education," Dolores G. Norton; and, (7) "Dilemmas for Black Faculty Teaching Black Curriculum Content in Schools of Social Work," Harriet P. Trader. (Author/JM)
Council on Social Work Education, 345 East 46 Street, New York, New York 10017 ($3.50, paper)
Publication Type: Books
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Authoring Institution: Council on Social Work Education, New York, NY.