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Part 12 Profiles of Socially Skillful Consideration with African American, Asian American and Local American Populaces Multicultural Social Work Hone – Section (12) African Americans 12.3% of U.S. populace is African American Neediness rate for AA's 33.1%-Whites 12.2%
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Section 12 Profiles of Culturally Competent Care with African American, Asian American and Native American Populations Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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African Americans 12.3% of U.S. populace is African American Poverty rate for AA’s 33.1%-Whites 12.2% AA’s live 5-7 years shorter than Whites 40% of new AIDS cases are AA’s Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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African Americans 70% of families headed by ladies Extended family systems give enthusiastic bolster Adaptability of family parts Strong connection securities Strong work and accomplishment ethic Strong religious introduction Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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African Americans Parents urge kids to create profession and instructive objectives right on time in life Academic execution endures because of prejudice Homicide rates 10x’s—higher than White youth “Healthy social paranoia” Perceived racial segregation prompts mental pain Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Social Work Implications—working with African Americans Find out parts in the family—they can be adaptable Intervention procedures may includes frameworks, family, and groups Churches ought to be considered as wellsprings of bolster Conflict with the people may identify with racial character improvement Address issues of question Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Asian Americans Fastest developing gathering among all racial/ethnic gatherings 4% of U.S. population—9% by 2050 Underutilize social administrations on account of: Cultural components Language troubles Expressions of mental pain Limited access to socially capable administrations Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Asian Americans Collectivistic introduction Societies are by and large patriarchal Emotional limitation is esteemed Shame and blame are conjured to control youngsters because of self-control center Holistic perspective on psyche and body Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Asian Americans Fear of scholastic disappointment in understudies Racism and separation lead to high rates of discouragement Refugee or foreigner issues (e.g. society stun, dialect troubles) Shame/”saving face” Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Social Work Implications—working with Asian Americans Family work may be favored Assess developed social bolster systems Do not force libertarian qualities Address head of family first Recognize enthusiastic conduct in an aberrant way Treat both substantial and psych issues Protect the family\'s pride Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Native Americans Status was dissolved by genocide, expansionism, and government Heterogeneous group—512 tribes Young populace 39% under age 29 Alcoholism is widespread Native American character in view of blood quantum levels Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Native Americans Many consider themselves to be augmentations of their separate tribes Varied family structures High ripeness rates, out-of-wedlock births, solid parts for ladies Extended family is the fundamental unit Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Native Americans Honor and appreciation are picked up by sharing Tribe and family outweigh the individual Rights of others are regarded and strategic distance is esteemed Present time introduction Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Native Americans Spirit, brain, and body are one Direct eye contact with a senior is insolent Children do well scholastically at an early stage yet drop out after 4 th grade Bicultural clashes High rates of aggressive behavior at home Multicultural Social Work Practice – Chapter (12)

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Social Work Implications—working with Native Americans May need to evaluate connection to tribe Determine parts of other relatives to guarantee fitting intercessions Children may seem unmotivated in light of the fact that they are agreeable Parents are more permissive—not essentially c

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