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The Critical Incident Interview and Ethnoracial Identity
Describes the critical-incident interview, a cross-cultural training technique that helps social work students assess clients' ethnic- and racial-identity development. Uses examples from student interviews to present the steps involved in teaching the technique. Includes guidelines for selecting and interviewing informants, and gives three scales used to help assess ethnoracial identity. Contains 29 references. (Author/CDS)
Author/Creator: Montalvo, Frank F.
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Multicultural Social Work
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