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Culturally Competent Practice: A Series from Children's Voice
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0878687041, Paperback)Cultural competence is the ability to provide services effectively to people of all cultures, races, ethnic backgrounds, and religions in a way that recognizes, values, affirms, and respects the worth of individuals and protects and preserves their dignity. But to respond respectfully and effectively to people of different cultural backgrounds, service providers must first understand the widely differing cultures of the people they serve.
The articles in this monograph were published as a four-part series in "Children's Voice" Magazine, produced by the Child Welfare League of America. The articles, all of which originally appeared elsewhere, are individually copyrighted by their respective authors as indicated within the work and are reprinted here by permission.
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