Space to Grow Using Dialogue Techniques for Multinational, Multicultural Learning
Dialogue as a technique for group facilitation is valuable for social workers working in the international arena. This article explores the theoretical and practice implications of the dialogue approach. The authors have found that this process offers transformative experiences for participants when used at multinational, multicultural conferences and training events. Two examples of the dialogue approach are presented, from consultation and conference work in Russia and Central and Eastern European communities.
International Social Work
Schatz, Mona; Furman, Rich; and Jenkins, Lowell E., "Space to Grow Using Dialogue Techniques for Multinational, Multicultural Learning" (2003). Social Work Publications. 220.
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