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|Title:||Towards a Cultural Accommodation Model for Effective Cross Counselling in Asia|
|Source:||Leong, F.T.L.,Ow, R. (2003-06). Towards a Cultural Accommodation Model for Effective Cross Counselling in Asia. Asian Pacific Journal of Social Work 13 (1) : 1-21. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||This article uses the Cultural Accommodation Model developed by Leong and his colleagues as a theoretical framework for analysing different approaches to cross cultural counselling that has been described by the various articles in this special issue. Based on the tripartite model of the Universal, Group, and Individual dimensions to human personality and identity, the cultural accommodation model proposes that an integration of all three dimensions are essential for culturally relevant and culturally effective approaches to cross cultural counselling in Asia. In addition to describing the model, the authors also discussed some of the cultural issues raised by the various authors that need "accommodation" in order for effective cross cultural counselling to occur in these countries.|
|Source Title:||Asian Pacific Journal of Social Work|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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