This research project has been financed by a curriculum development grant from the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Schools of social work -- Curricula, Social work education -- Curricula, African Americans -- Study and teaching
1 online resource (63 pages)
The primary purpose of this study is, in general, to inform schools of social work of a method to include Black content within their curricula, and in particular to sensitize the faculty at Portland State University to the importance of including Black content into the school's curriculum.
In this research design, a select population was used as well as a specific body of knowledge from the Human Behavior and Social Environment sequence to develop a model to introduce Black content in the social work curriculum.
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Baker, Dorothy L.; Richberg, Alexander; and White, Isaac, "Black Content in Schools: A Model of Black Content in a School of Social Work's Curriculum" (1973). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2100.