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Culture and Professional Education: The Experiences of Native American Social Workers
A qualitative survey explored the professional educational experiences of 63 Native American social workers and social work students. Most respondents identified the need for more cultural content in the curriculum, personal struggles experienced in pursuing an education grounded in Anglo cultural norms, but also available supports, especially other Native Americans. (DB)
Contributor: Weaver, Hilary N.
Date Published: Fall
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Social Work Education
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