ENHANCING SELF-ESTEEM BY EXPLORING DIVERSITY: A Personal Experience

  • Carolyn S. Carter Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Arizona State University

Abstract

The integration of ethnic diversity content into social work curricula is a major focus of social work education. This narrative tells of how my experience in seeking to make "meaningful connection with my ancestors" in Africa influenced my teaching and enhanced students' appreciation of ethnic diversity and practice with with their own and other cultural groups. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

 

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Published
2014-06-12
Section
General Submissions