Knowledge Representation in Social Work Education: Inclusion of Marginalized Perspectives
The exclusion of cultural knowledge in the academy invites discussion about the pressing need to explore knowledge forms that speak to diverse philosophies and human experiences.
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The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 10, pp.9-14.
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Dr. Mekada Graham is an Associate Professor at the School of Social Work, The University of Oklahoma in Tulsa USA. She has written and researched widely on social work and social policy and she is author of Black Issues in Social Work and Social Care (in press) University of Bristol/Policy Press.
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