Infusing Globalization Into the Social Work Curriculum
This article presents a model for infusing international content into the social work curriculum in the United States. It provides a rationale for including issues pertaining to international social work, including the impact of globalization and the interconnectedness of social welfare issues internationally. Social workers and social work educators throughout the world are encouraged to explore the relationship between social work practice and global issues.
Currents: New Scholarship in the Human Services
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Furman, Rich; Puig, Maria; Szto, Peter; and Langer, Carol, "Infusing Globalization Into the Social Work Curriculum" (2003). Social Work Publications. 164.
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