Wicihitowin: Aboriginal Social Work in Canada Hardcover – Sep 24 2009
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By Raven Sinclair on Oct. 12 2009
This is a good text for social work classes with Aboriginal/Indigenous content. Of course, I'm a bit biased, since I'm the lead editor of the book. Notwithstanding, it contains some really valuable theoretical concepts to consider, some interesting practice ideas, and some truly outstanding traditional knowledge based applications of both theory and practice. To boot, the book is lovely to look at. Fernwood outdid themselves on this one!
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This is an excellent text for anyone interested in Indigenous social work and for social workers generally. Also great for folks who aren't in social work but who want to learn more about the topic.
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