Cross-cultural Differences in Attitudes of Graduating Social Work Students Towards Diversity Issues in India and the United States
International Social Work
Social work education, social services, education, culture, India, United States
Attitudes of graduating social work students towards diversity issues, as well as their practice perceptions in different social work scenarios, from two contrasting cultures (India and the United States), were quantified. Significant differences in both groups showed that the social climate of a country has an important impact on shaping the attitudes of students.
Kohli, H. K., & Faul, A. C. (2005). Cross-cultural differences in attitudes of graduating social work students towards diversity issues in India and the United States. International Social Work, 48(6), 809 - 822. doi: 10.1177/0020872805057092.