Social Work Practice with Immigrants and Refugees

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Regardless of when first-generation immigrants entered the United States, immigrant status is implicit in all compound main entries like European Americans, except Native Americans.Boldface page numbers refer to definitions. Italic page numbers followed by italic letters f or t refer, respectively, to a figure or table. Parenthetical numbers indicate frequency of mention per page. The letter n following page numbers refers to chapter notes (e.g., 26n.1 is note 1 on page 26).
Abbott, Edith, 15, 172
Abbott, Grace, 15, 172 abuse, substance: adolescents and, 107, 109, 232; Asian Americans and, 49, 52, 58; Hispanics and, 93, 109–110; influences of ethnicity and culture on, 107, 235
acculturation. See assimilation, behavioral level of
Addams, Jane, 15, 16, 26, 172
affirmative action, 19, 19,86, 237
Afghan refugees, 18
African Americans: AIDS cases among, 109–110; diversity of, 129, 156; Korean shopkeepers and, 14, 236; other black persons and, 138, 143–144, 144–145, 160–161; racism and, 128, 161, 236; substance abuse factors and, 235; work ethic, 50–51, 75, 139, 160–161. See also African-descent immigrants; black Americans
African-descent immigrants: adaptation and coping, 8, 11–12, 142–145; African Americans and, 144–145, 160–161; cultural factors, 23, 137–142; demographics of, 130–137; diversity of, 1, 156, 230; family dynamics, 23, 146–155; female genital mutilation among, 140–142, 200; post-1965 entry, 4, 135; problems and social services, 146, 155–159; relationship with U.S. society, 129, 144, 160–163; settlement of, 135–137; social work practice with, 127–166; socioeconomic well-being of, 90, 133;structural assimilation, 8, 13–14; terms for, 85, 130. See also African Americans; black Americans; specific nationalities
African origins: ancestry of some Latinos, 85, 127; religious beliefs, 72, 114
African refugees, 132–133, 176, 203t
African slaves, 2, 7–8, 9, 148, 161
Agricultural Research Act(1998), 17
agricultural workers: of Mexican-descent, 18, 28, 103, 229–230;numbers of, 20t, 207t; refugees as, 133, 207t,209
Ahearn, F. L., Jr., 134, 135, 164, 218, 222
AIDS cases: among African Americans, 109–110; disease transmission,

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