Vol 3, No 1 (2020)

Beyond "Cultural Competency": Confronting Whiteness in Social Work

Our call for papers for this special issue commenced with two questions: Are you in interested in contributing to the current debates around the role of whiteness across the human services? Are you concerned about the deployment and function of surface-level notions such as “cultural competency”? Typically, “cultural competency” fixes the gaze towards “the Other”. This edition is an attempt to redirect the gaze to the “non-Other” (Patil & Ennis, 2018).

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Beyond “cultural competency”: Confronting whiteness in social work

Lobna Yassine, Emma Tseris
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Sonia Tascon, Kathomi Gatwiri
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Cyndy Baskin, Cindy Hare, Cindy Peltier, Sean Lougheed, Patricia Chabbert, Catherine Boudreau, Brenda Bruner, Louise Moir
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Yolanda Spears, LaTasha DeLoach
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Chizuru Nobe-Ghelani
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Tanja Dittfeld
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Fatima Tahir
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Berg Miller
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Morris Beckford
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Andrew Savreemootoo
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Timothy Lancaster Hunt
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