Personal Name: Brisbane, Frances Larry. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book
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Joanne Philleo, Frances Larry Brisbane, Leonard G. Epstein . This book provides AOD professionals with the vital knowledge and strategies they need to become more culturally competent - a prerequisite for success in the 21st century. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.
Frances Larry Brisbane’s books. Cultural Competence in Substance Abuse Prevention.
Philleo Joanne - Brisbane Frances Larry - Epstein Leonard . Originally published: Washington, . Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, 1995 as Cultural competence for social workers.
Philleo Joanne - Brisbane Frances Larry - Epstein Leonard G. Detailed notes. Includes bibliographical references and index. American Indians, James R. Moran and Philip A. May - Hispanics/Latinos, Melvin Delgado - African Americans, Muriel Gray - Asian Americans, Ford H. Kuramoto - Pacific Islanders, Noreen Mokuau - Gay and lesbian people, Karen A. Holmes and Robert H. Hodge.
Cultural competence in substance abuse prevention.
Brisbane Frances Larry (1). Epstein Leonard G (1). Philleo Joanne (1. Cultural competence in substance abuse prevention, ISBN: 0871012782. Philleo Joanne (1). Subjects. Minorities (1). Social Work With Minorities (1). English Türkçe.
PDF Substance abuse continues to be one of the most damaging and chronic health problems faced by Indian people. How we measure 'reads'.
In J. Philleo & . Brisbane (Ed., Cultural Competence in Substance Abuse Prevention. NASW Press; Washington, DC. Grosskurth, H. et al.
Traditional educational approaches to substance abuse prevention appear to be inadequate because they are based on faulty assumptions and are too narrow in their focus. 12. personal competence. The "affective" education approaches, on the other hand, appear to have placed too little emphasis on the acquisition of the kind of skills that are likely to increase general personal competence and enable students to cope with the various interpersonal and intrapersonal pressures to begin using tobacco, alcohol, or drugs.
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