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Minority Groups
Groups of individuals singled out or classified by society because of one or more identifying cultural, social or phsycial characteristics. Members of minority groups are subject to certain stereotypes and/or classifciations, and, as a result, may experience harassment, treatment and oppression by others
10 Standards for Cultural Compotence in SW Practice
(Description)
The Standards "address the need for definition, support and encouragment for the development of a high level of social work practice that encourages cultural compotence among all social workers so that they can respond immediately, knowledgabley and effectively and sensitively within they different agencies where they work
Intent of the Standards
To direct SW practice towards the development of clearer guidelines, goals and objectives with respect to cultural compotence
List out 10 Standards for Culturally Compotent Pratice
Ethics and Values, Self-Awareness, Cross-Cultural Knowledge, Cross-Cultural Skills, Service Delivery, Empowerment and Advocacy, Diverse Workforce, Professional Education, Langague Diversity and Cross-Cultural Leadership
Four Minority Group Classifications Most Commonly Referred to
Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Age
Racism
Belief that individuals of a certain race are inferior
Ethnocentrism
set of beliefs that one's own culture is signficantly superior to other's
5 Major Racial Groups
African American, White, Hispanic, Asian, Native American
African American Racial Identity Model (list out steps)
Pre-Encounter, Encounter, Immersion/emersion, Internalization, Internalization/committment
Pre-encounter
Individual idealizes the worldview of the dominant white culture and denigartes blackness and black culture
Encounter
Individual becomes aware that race is the delineator that determines or influences his/her life options
Immersion/emersion
immersion: a process of self-exploration
emersion: a process of joining teh community of identiy to expand one's development
Internalization
This stage marks the point at which one is able to postively internalize the unique elements of his/her personal identiy blended with his/her African American identity
Internalization/committment
The continuation and nurturing of one's positive African-American identity and invovlement in social and civic activiteis that combat all forms of racism/oppression
Gender
more than a physcial/biological trait- it is a social construction taht is shaped by social and cultural contexts. It is related to the roles, behaviors and attitudes we expect from people based on their categorization as male or female
Sexism
generalizations and ssignment of values to perceived differences based upon gender
Intersex
this term refers to a diverse group of individuals who are born wtih genetic and chromosomal abnormalities, as well as people with ambiguous genitalia
Transgender
this refers to an individual whose sexual anatomy at birth does not match one's internal sense of gender identity
Gender roles
socially constructed beliefs that certain roles are appropriate for "men" or for "women"
Disabilities are divided into four categories, what are those four categories?
Sensory, Physical, Mental, Intellectualy or learning
Other minority groups
Indigent individuals, indviduals without educational backgrounds
Successfuly model minority (what grou)
Asian
Making eye contact and building rapport is critical to establishing trust
Black
The tribe is the supreme entity, it is responsible for raising the children and making all major decisions
Native American
Family is of great importance. individulas often rely on family before going for outside support
Hispanic
Family is viewed as basic unit. Family needs prestige and welfare
Asian
There is a deep sense of kinship. There are strong ties to immediate and extended family and others with a close relationship to the individual and the family
Black
Operate under own rules and laws
Native American
Use of native language and nonverbals can be critical to successful communitcation
Hispanic
The father or odlest male in the family is afforded the most respect
Asian
Famillies are patriarchial, dad is authority and deicison maker
Hispanic
Great respect for the elderly
Black
Substance abuse is a large social problem in this group
Native American
Family honor is important
Asian
The father or odlest male in the family is afforded the most respect
Asian
Famillies are patriarchial, dad is authority and deicison maker
Hispanic
Great respect for the elderly
Black
Substance abuse is a large social problem in this group
Native American
Family honor is important
Asian
individuals often require empowerment
Black
reluctance to share personal matters with strangers
Asian
tribla customs and rituals must be respected
Native American
Making eye contanct and building rapport is critical to trust
Native American
Men are machismo
Hipsanic
Religion and spiritualism are important
Hispanic
Religion plays a role in many aspects of life
Black
Strengths Based Model for working with epople of color
1. Use the persepctive of possibility and resilience
2. Identify resilience strategies facilitating teh development of coping strategies that supports growth
3. This model is focused on exploring opps, capabilties, capacities and possibilities and fosters discovery and growth
4. Social worker helps clients to engage in the exploration and reinforcement of strengths with the goal of developing and realizing dreams