By Fumiko Hosokawa
This publication stories 5 ethnic communities_South Asian american citizens, African american citizens, eastern american citizens, Mexican american citizens, and Somoan Americans_to know how their participants believe approximately being studied through researchers. American society has constantly had pressure among and between ethnic teams, and but our researchers are given constrained education, if any, on how one can technique quite a few ethnic groups, all of which see their difficulties and desires in a different way than these outdoors their groups. This publication bridges that hole by means of concentrating on trust-building as an important approach in doing strong group study. The construction of belief calls for getting to know a group's tradition and heritage, their standpoint on social difficulties and matters, and the right kind means of interviewing its individuals, going well past the mere development of rapport. This publication deals the reader culturally delicate the way to technique interacting and interviewing participants of every of those exact, multifaceted ethnic groups.
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In such areas as social work, human services, health sciences, counseling, and the social sciences, it is not unusual to think of supervision as part of a practicum course or an internship whereby an agency is responsible mainly for seeing that a student puts in so many hours of work for a specific amount of academic credit. Supervision and fieldwork are becoming of increasing importance to academic programs and health care practitioners as neighborhoods become more ethnically diverse. According to Bonder, practitioners need to develop cultural competence so that they can respond adequately to the needs of each client.
1. Lecturing on cultural variables of the community and pointing out nonverbal characteristics of the ethnic group. Making students aware, through these lectures, of their own nonverbal characteristics and cultural biases. 2. Making available to students a set of ethnic-cultural materials that could be placed in the campus library or kept in the classroom for loaning and reference purposes. These materials could be case studies done by fieldworkers in anthropology or sociology, or they could be the students’ own collected works based on their community experiences.
Supervision is an important component of student fieldwork, but agencies also have certain expectations of the student that go beyond hours put in at the fieldwork site or the performing of routine activities. One agency expected students to be part of the team and to believe in teamwork. A good attitude and enthusiasm were important to this team effort. Other characteristics that agencies expected of students were trustworthiness and reliability. Another director expected the student to be interested in the agency project and not just do the work as a class assignment.