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Race, culture, and disability : rehabilitation science and practice /

Authors: Balcazar, Fabricio E.%editor Published by : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, (Sudbury, Mass. :) Physical details: xxii, 414 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. ISBN: 0763763373 Subject(s): Medical rehabilitation %United States. | Minorities %Rehabilitation %United States. | Transcultural medical care %United States. | Rehabilitation %organization & administration %United States. | Cultural Competency %United States. | Disabled Persons %rehabilitation %United States. | Healthcare Disparities %United States. | Outcome Assessment (Health Care) %United States. | Prejudice %United States. Year: 2010
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Book Book AUM Main Library English Collections Hall 362.1089 R118 (Browse Shelf) Available JBC/2011/10692

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Examining the nexus of race, culture, and disability -- "Ways of seeing" in race and disability research -- Disability identity and racial-cultural identity development : points of convergence, divergence, and interplay -- Psychological testing and multicultural populations -- Access to vocational rehabilitation services for black Latinos with disabilities : colorism in the 21st century -- Challenges to providing culturally competent care in medical rehabilitation settings to African Americans -- Cultural diversity and how it may differ for programs and providers serving people with psychiatric disabilities -- Community infrastructure and employment opportunities for Native Americans and Alaska natives -- Employment and rehabilitation issues for racially and ethnically diverse women with disabilities -- Cross-cultural issues for Asian Pacific Americans with disabilities in the vocational rehabilitation system --

Cultural competence education in rehabilitation -- A three-dimensional model for multicultural rehabilitation counseling -- Ethical decision-making models in multicultural rehabilitation counseling -- Cultural competence : a review of conceptual frameworks -- Evaluation capacity building : a cultural and contextual framework -- A systems approach to placement : a culturally sensitive model for people with disabilities -- Exploring cultural competence : implications for research -- Implications for practice in rehabilitation -- Implications for training future generations of rehabilitation practitioners and researchers -- Conclusion : how race, culture, and disability intersect : pragmatic and generative perspectives.

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