International Perspectives in Social Work is a yearbook dedicated to topical issues in social work theories and practices around the globe, bringing together original contributions from experienced practitioners and academics worldwide. International Perspectives also publishes titles related to other fields of work and research, if they shed light on the circumstances in which social work is being practised or topics relevant to social work, for example, social, political, anthropological or psychological issues.
Edited By Bogdan Lesnik
December 21, 1998
Discrimination? Isn't there enough talk about discrimination? Yes, indeed. That is why we have to begin countering discrimination. We need strategies that will make it inoperative or at least limit its scope. But first, we need to think how discrimination works and identify it where it works. ...