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Towards the Development of a Caribbean-Centric Social Work Perspective: Imperatives for Social Work in the English-speaking Caribbean

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posted on 2021-09-02, 22:24 authored by Cheryl-Ann Sarita BoodramCheryl-Ann Sarita Boodram

Social Work in the English- speaking Caribbean has adopted a generalist perspective that tends to obfuscate the Caribbean socio-cultural-political of peoples in the region. This brief calls for the development and of a Caribbean-centric perspective with Caribbean people as a means of resolving this dilemma.


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  • Trinidad And Tobago

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  • Higher Education Lecturer

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The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus

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