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by Donald R. Atkinson,George Morten,Derald Wing Sue

This revised text provides students and practitioners with information to provide culturally sensitive service in the area of multicultural psychology. It includes information about the history and experiences of four major ethnic groups in America: African-Americans; American Indians; Asian Americans; and Hispanic Americans.
Download Counseling American Minorities: A Cross-Cultural Perspective epub
ISBN: 0697104443
ISBN13: 978-0697104441
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Donald R. Atkinson,George Morten,Derald Wing Sue
Language: English
Publisher: William C Brown Pub; Subsequent edition (March 1, 1993)
Pages: 387 pages
ePUB size: 1480 kb
FB2 size: 1928 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 707
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A book purchased for a class I was taking and not one I would have read otherwise. It helped me pass the class.
I ordered it as it was on the required text reading list. After class started the syllabus was different. I only read a chapter or two then sent it back.
The book arrived promptly and in excellent condition. It is an excellent resource for counselors and psychologists. There is a wealth of information pertaining to an area of counseling that has been overlooked for a long time and is only now receiving the attention it requires.
Received 2nd edition and not the 6th edition which is what is shown on the thumbnail.
Good textbook.
The book was in good shape for being used , but the type face is so small, along with the dingy colored pages, that it makes it hard for me to read. I received it in just a couple of days, so I was very pleased in the quickness of the shipping. The price was fair compared to college book store prices. But if I had not needed it for one of my classes I probably wouldn't have purchased it.
This was a good book for my cultural diversity class. There was times when the book got a bit preachy, so I'm glad I had a classroom environment to discuss my concerns or any frustrations I had. I wouldn't recommend this book to read on your own time because it can come across a bit biased. But then again a lot of textbooks are like that.