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3 edition of Social Work Practice With the Asian American Elderly found in the catalog.

Social Work Practice With the Asian American Elderly

by Namkee G. Choi

  • 212 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Haworth Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Work,
  • Social work with minorities,
  • Services for,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • United States,
  • Social work with older people,
  • Ethnic Studies - Asian American Studies,
  • Gerontology,
  • Older Asian Americans

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8152624M
    ISBN 100789016885
    ISBN 109780789016881

    Founded in , the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more than , members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. The third edition describes significant practice issues and challenges facing gerontological social workers, working with the fastest growing demographic cohort in North America. Insightful and creative practitioners provide current accounts and case examples from their work in a variety of settings. The material includes both micro and macro practice and offers a focus on advanced .

    Journal of Gerontological Social Work | With over 30 years of consistent, quality articles devoted to social work practice, theory, administration, and consultation in the field of aging, the. This is higher than the % of Asian-American elderly immigrants (Yoo et al. ) and the % of elderly Whites (American Diabetes Association .

    Social Work Practice With older adultS. History of Ageism. Attitudes toward older people have changed over time. In pre-modern times, the aver - age life expectancy was significantly lower than it is now. As a result, “old age” was not really an issue. Nonetheless, religion, culture, and ideology shaped social attitudesFile Size: 1MB. NATIVE AMERICAN ELDERLY FORMAL AND INFORMAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS Gregory R. Versen, ACSW Associate Professor of Social Work Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work James Madison University Harrisonburg, Virginia As a minority group, American Indians have the distinction of being the smallest and the poorest. Their cultural diversity and.


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Social Work Practice With the Asian American Elderly by Namkee G. Choi Download PDF EPUB FB2

With thousands of Asian Americans residing in the United States, and thousands more entering each year as immigrants and refugees, Social Work Practice with Asian Americans is essential reading for students and professionals in social work, ethnic studies, psychiatry, public health, gender studies, and gerontology.

Social Work Practice with the Asian-American Elderly examines the diverse needs of this rapidly growing population.

It suggests interventions and service-delivery models that are culturally sensitive and appropriate for these clients, many of whom are first-generation immigrants still closely linked with their cultures of by: 2.

Social Work Practice with the Asian-American Elderly examines the diverse needs of this rapidly growing population. It suggests interventions and service-delivery models that are culturally sensitive and appropriate for these clients, many of whom are first-generation immigrants still closely linked with their cultures of Edition: 1st Edition.

This fascinating book addresses the cultures and concerns of five major ethnic groups: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Asian Indian, and Vietnamese. Social Work Practice with the Asian-American Elderly examines the diverse needs of this rapidly growing population.

It. Findings from the Japanese American community / Nancy Hikoyeda, Steven P. Wallace --Leisure activity, ethnic preservation, and cultural integration of older Korean Americans / Eunja Kim, Douglas A.

Kleiber, Nancy Kropf --Conceptions of dementia among Vietnamese American caregivers / Gwen Yeo [and others] --Elder mistreatment among four Asian. Social work practice with Asian Americans.

SAGE Sourcebooks for the Human Services. Newbury Park, CA: SAGE. E-mail Citation» Covers history, culture, and adaptation of Asian Americans to provide the contexts for micro- and macro-level interventions.

Programs, policies, and practices as well as life cycles are discussed. Uba, L. This fascinating book addresses the cultures and concerns of five major ethnic groups: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Asian Indian, and Vietnamese.

Social Work Practice with the Asian-American Elderly examines the diverse needs of this rapidly growing population. It suggests interventions and service-delivery models that are culturally sensitive and.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: New York: Haworth Social Work Practice Press,   This entry describes the diversity among Asian American populations, setting the context to understand the need for different practice interventions.

It explains the role of cultural values in the underpinnings of the selection of theoretical frameworks that guide chosen practice interventions. Indigenous and biculturalizations of interventions (Fong, Boyd, & Browne, ) Author: Rowena Fong. Asian American seniors are likely to move to Asian American cultural hubs for social engagement and community support.

These hubs are often in cities with expensive housing prices. Nearly half of poor Asian Americans live in the 20 most-expensive real estate markets, including Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York, and San Diego. Social work practice with Latinos demands a careful examination of the self and an understanding of how social workers’ own worldviews and status vis-à-vis the dominant society affect their practice with Latinos.

Clinicians therefore need to be aware of their own biases and how their worldview affects their conceptualization of a by: Social Work Practice with the Elderly is an exciting group of well crafted readings, and will be useful for any social work student at the undergraduate or graduate level.

It will also be a valuable resource for those in other helping professions who work side by side with social workers in this field: nurses, physiotherapists, music and art Author: Michael John Holosko. MICHAEL J.

HOLOSKO, Ph.D., M.S.W., is a professor of Social Work at the University of Windsor and adjunct instructor at Norfolk State University. He has taught in schools of: social work (primarily), nursing, public administration, and applied social science in Canada, the United States, Hong Kong, Australia, and the U.S.

Virgin Islands. The article presents information on the book "Empowerment-Oriented Social Work Practice With the Elderly," by Enid O. Cox and Ruth J. Parsons. The authors of "Empowerment-Oriented Social Work Practice With the Elderly," state that the purpose of their book is to present readers with a philosophical framework that can be integrated into already.

Older people are the biggest service user group for social workers and an increasing proportion of the population. In this refreshingly positive and practical textbook, Rory Lynch draws on years of practice and teaching experience to show how to achieve 5/5(2).

Buy Social Work Practice with the Asian American Elderly by Namkee G. Choi from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Asian American Elders in NYC: A Study of Health, Social Needs, Quality of Life and Quality of Care () [ pgs] [read/download] [] This report is a significant component of the Federation's efforts to focus academic research and public policy formulation on the needs of the Asian American community.

-It is important to respect the hierarchical nature of Asian American family relationships (by age and gender). -Reframing is advised; this means rather than attempting to replace, a social worker should reframe existing parenting strategies and child-rearing techniques.

Published online: 31 Dec Preferences for Formal Social Care in Rural and Urban China: Evidence from a National Survey. Published online: 30 Dec See all volumes and issues. Vol Vol Older people are the biggest service user group for social workers and an increasing proportion of the population.

In this refreshingly positive and practical textbook, Rory Lynch draws on years of practice and teaching experience to show how to achieve. Foundational Works. The following Texts are among the classics that inform queer studies in social work as they provide history, insight, and close-up accounts of the LGBTQ population within its social context.

Histories of LGBTQ individuals can only be understood within the historical Trauma in which they were shunned, harmed, and made invisible; see Appleby and Anastas. Abstract. This chapter describes the essentials of clinical social work practice with Asian Americans, specifically as it connects to relational frameworks that focus on interpersonal relationships and client-worker : Monit Cheung, Carol A.

Leung.Master of Social Work Clinical Research Papers School of Social Work Motivations, Skills and Rewards: Social Workers’ Perspectives on Practice with Older Adults Rachel L. Gilmore St. Catherine University This Clinical research paper is brought to you for free and open access by the School of Social Work at SOPHIA.