The Role of Social Work Practice in Cross - Cultural Interview

  title={The Role of Social Work Practice in Cross - Cultural Interview},
  author={Konstantina Sklavou},
  journal={International journal of humanities and social science},
  • Konstantina Sklavou
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • International journal of humanities and social science
  • In cross-cultural interview, difficulties often arise, and derive from the fact that, social workers and interviewees come from much different worlds, and some major sub-cultural differencessuch as socio-economic group, race or ethnicity, gender, age and sexual orientation may differentiate the interviewer from the interviewee, and consequently, increase social distance and limit understanding, between them. The purpose of this article is to point out the meaning of counseling, in social work… CONTINUE READING


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