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ISSUE EDITOR: JOAN WALLACE, SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, HOWARD UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, D.C., SELIG RUBINROTT, SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, WEST HARTFORD, CT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Black Families and National Policy - ANDREW BILLINGSLEY, pp. 312
  • Social Workers, Immigrants, and Historians: A Re-examination - LESLIE LEIGHNINGER, pp. 326
  • Some Socio-Cultural Aspects of Growing Up Black - JOAN S. WALLACE and SAMUEL P. WONG, pp. 345
  • Racial Identification versus Professional Identification: can They Be Reconciled - PATRICIA A. BROWN, pp. 358
  • Ethnicity, Political Coalition, and the Development of a Megapolicy Perspective in Social Work Education - HOWARD A. PALLEY and MARIAN L, PALLEY, pp. 365
  • Assimilationist Theory and Immigrant Minorities in the United States and Canada: Implications for Social Services Development - JOHN M. HERRICK, pp. 372
  • Some Implications of Ethnic Disparity in Education for Social Work - FAUSTINE C. JONES and SAMUEL P. WONG, pp. 387
  • The Ethnic and Class Dimensions in Neighborhoods: A Means for the Reorganization of Human Service Delivery Systems - ARTHUR J. NAPESTEK and KAREN KOLLIAS, pp. 406

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