Immigrants and Social Work: Thinking Beyond the Borders of the United States

Diane Drachman and Ana Paulino

Published by Haworth Press, 2004
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Title: Immigrants and Social Work: Thinking Beyond ...

Publisher: Haworth Press

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Pbk

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Contents. Foreword. Introduction Thinking beyond United States Borders. 2. Immigration in the life histories of women living in the United States Mexico Border region. 3. Armenian refugees and displaced persons and the birth of Armenian social work. 4. Strengthening the link social work with immigrants and refugees and international social work. 5. Neither here nor there Puerto Rican Circular Migration. 6. On the age against the poor dominican migration to the United Staets. 7. Return migration an overview. 8. Mexican immigrants would you sacrifice your life fora job. 9. An East West approach to serving Chinese immigrants in a mental health setting. Conclusion. Index. 178 pp. Bookseller Inventory #


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