Culturally Sensitive Practices and Crisis Management
This article explores the value of social constructionism as a theoretical orientation to guide cultural sensitive crisis intervention. It does so in three primary ways. First, general principles of culturally sensitive practice are discussed. Second, principles of social constructionism are explicated. Third, case studies illuminate the uses of the theory in crisis situations.
Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations
Furman, Rich and Collins, Kathryn S., "Culturally Sensitive Practices and Crisis Management" (2005). Social Work Publications. 239.
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