Understanding Gender and Culture in the Helping Process: Practitioner's Narratives from Global Perspectives

By Claire Low Rabin | Paperback
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UNDERSTANDING GENDER AND CULTURE IN THE HELPING PROCESS: PRACTITIONERS NARRATIVES FROM GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES includes edited chapters contributed by practitioners and experts working within global cultures. Discover a practical and integrated way to consider gender, ethnicity and culture through narrative in the helping process. Develop beyond the expectation of finding universal answers and toward better listening to your clients' unique personal stories within their social context. Featuring contributions from around the world, this edited text reflects the work of practitioners and experts from within the respective culture who share their experiences and wisdom from working with a diverse selection of populations. 

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FormatPaperback 
Pages400 
Dimensions231mm x 185mm x 15mm
PublisherCengage Learning, Inc 
Release Date14 Aug 2004 
ISBN-139780534513894 

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