Impact of human diversity education on social work students
This research explores the attitudinal change of undergraduate students in a social work program after completing a course on human diversity. A total of 153 students participated in the study. A cross-sectional pre/post survey design with non-randomized comparison groups was employed in the research. The findings suggest that a course on human diversity had a positive impact on junior level students' attitudes on the topic of diversity and that these attitudes continued to be evident in students enrolled in more advanced social work courses. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
School of Social Work
Yuen, Francis KO, and John T. Pardeck. "Impact of human diversity education on social work students." International Journal of Adolescence and Youth 7, no. 3 (1998): 249-261.
International Journal of Adolescence and Youth