Cultural Diversity: A Primer for the Human Services (4th by Jerry V. Diller

By Jerry V. Diller

CULTURAL variety: A PRIMER FOR THE HUMAN prone offers the instruments you want to develop into a winning and powerful counselor. This cutting edge textual content covers quite a few themes, starting from the final ideas of cultural variety to the best way to paintings with consumers from a number of cultures. It's the appropriate textual content to organize you for a profitable occupation in counseling.

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Cross, B. J. Bazron, K. W. Dennis, and M. R. Isaacs, pp. 22–24. C. ) Taken together, these assumptions provide the psychological underpinnings of a truly cross-cultural model of service delivery. First, they are based on the experience of people of color and those who have worked intimately with them. Second, they take seriously notions that are not typically included in dominant culture service models. These notions include the impact of cultural differences on mental Copyright 2011 Cengage Learning, Inc.

In a similar manner, people holding like views are sought out as a means of reinforcing existing beliefs. That is why segregated housing and neighborhoods were such an effective means of perpetuating the racial status quo. Often when contrary information is encountered, it is unconsciously manipulated so as to leave ethnic categories unaffected. Say, for instance, I believe that African Americans are lazy. But one day, a new employee, an African American, is hired in my office, and I have never seen anyone work as hard or as diligently as this person.

Similar attitudes and behaviors on the part of people of color are referred to as prejudice and discrimination (a term commonly used to mean actions taken on the basis of one’s prejudices). Another way of describing this relationship is that prejudice plus power equals racism. 2. Racism is a broad and all-pervasive social phenomenon that is mutually reinforced at all levels of society. In this regard, J. M. Jones (1972) distinguishes Copyright 2011 Cengage Learning, Inc. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part.

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